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Securetek on our radar

Upon clicking the Products and Services, we don't see much, apparently the site is being upgraded.

SecureTek Group Inc. is a fast growing, privately held company that was established in May 2005 in San Antonio, Texas. The main business focus is the provision of Information Technology (IT) "virtualization" products, consulting resources, skills, and consulting services to the Government Market. The company has been at the forefront in delivering effective tactical technology that follows Government IT service mandates to cut IT spending by developing effective and efficient technology in the military. SecureTek Group has achieved growth under the direction of the management team, led by our Board Chairman and President, Mr. Keith Green.

SecureTek Group developed its business goals around service to government clients. Recognizing escalating hardware costs, issues with platform selection, and security and patch issues, SecureTek Group developed a virtualization and consolidation solution called Tech Pak that could be configured and loaded as necessary to support mobile computing needs. The Company's matrixed organization allows for flexibility to rapidly customize Tech Paks to satisfy military requirements at a competitive price.


They apparently also struck a deal with Westar.

Quoting the press release:

Under the agreement, SecureTek will leverage Westar’s expertise in system engineering, software solutions, logistics information management, and IT technical services to support customers who use its enterprise hardware products and systems.

SecureTek will provide customers with its Tech-Pak solutions, which are scalable, manageable, deployable and available at a fraction of current infrastructure costs. Self-contained, Tech-Pak platforms can operate from the controlled environment of a data center, or be transported and quickly assembled in the most remote locations.

“Westar has a history of identifying promising technologies that can help our customers reduce operation and support costs, increase efficiencies and improve readiness. We think SecureTek has the potential to deliver dramatic improvements in these areas as well,” said Westar President Garrett Martz.

SecureTek solutions have been installed in both CONUS and OCONUS locations in support of warfighter integration and training requirements.

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