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Azure Partner Roundup: Zero Trust; Cloud adoption; CPaaS

by MSCN Reporter
Staff Writer,
March 06 2023

Talon Cyber Security launches in Azure Marketplace, Infosys teams up with Microsoft to support cloud adoption, and Comviva works with Microsoft on CPaaS offering.

Talon Cyber Security launches in Azure Marketplace

Israel-based company Talon Cyber Security announced the launch of its TalonWork offering in Azure Marketplace. The offering is billed as a secure enterprise browser to secure access to corporate apps to support data loss prevention and Zero Trust implementations. Based on Chromium technology, the offering is intended to reduce costs for end-customers.

“Launching our secure enterprise browser on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace is the next step in enabling more organizations to drastically improve their security programs. nterprises are running into many security problems in today’s world of SaaS applications, hybrid work, and third-party workers. Distributed employees need to connect to applications and data from managed and unmanaged endpoints, and with Talon, organizations make this seamless for users, while drastically improving visibility and control for security teams,” stated Ohad Bobrov, co-founder and CTO, Talon Cyber Security.

Infosys teams up with Microsoft to support cloud adoption

Infosys announced that it is working with Microsoft to support customers on their cloud journey. Infosys Cloud Radar data projects that cloud adoption will result in $414 billion in new net profits for enterprises. The same data indicates that adopting cloud can result in 11.2 year over year growth in revenue.

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