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CensorNet appoints Networks Unlimited

Africa: CensorNet, a cloud security company, has partnered with South African network and security VAD Networks Unlimited to service the entire Sub-Saharan African region. The region includes many of the world's fastest growing economies and is experiencing unparalleled levels of infrastructure improvements, opening up the market to modern cloud solutions for the first time. Networks Unlimited boasts four branches in South Africa, and also enjoys a strong presence in 19 Sub-Saharan African countries. Opening its doors in 1994, the company has a 20-year track record of sourcing and distributing best-of-breed solutions to ensure that the region continues to receive some of the most innovative solutions used by major enterprises today. Today's announcement follows CensorNet’s statement of intent last month to shake up the web security channel through an intensive channel recruitment drive. This is built upon it partnering with security focused channel partners and MSPs, strengthening its core channel management team and continuing to drive product development. Networks Unlimited will be formally introducing CensorNet at the IT Web Security Summit at Vodacom World, Midrand, South Africa from 26-27 May. CensorNet CEO Ed Macnair will be attending and speaking at the event.

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