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Lifeboat Distribution adds Bluelane to its portfolio

Normally Greg is active enough to tell me these things in advance but its good to know that Bluelane is busy doing "deal-making" as well ;-)

"Security of virtual infrastructure is one of the most critical IT concerns for customers and therefore presents significant service opportunities for solution providers," said Dan Jamieson, vice president and general manager, Lifeboat Distribution. "Blue Lane's VirtualShield software is a great addition to our Virtualization World View -- helping expand the business opportunity for our solution provider partners to design complete and secure virtualization solutions for their customers."

"This agreement significantly expands market access to our products through Lifeboat's multinational network of virtualization solution providers," said Jeff Palmer, president and CEO at Blue Lane. "We're excited that our award winning vulnerability shield software will now be part of a complete best-of-breed solution allowing customers to reap the benefits of virtualization, while maintaining a strong security profile."

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