Roundup: EMC, Ipswitch, NeoSecure, e-commerce day

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

US storage solutions supplier EMC (NYSE: EMC) has appointed Patricia Granados as channel manager for Peru and Bolivia, the company said in a statement.

Granados previously worked for firms including Nexsys, Xerox, Telmex and AT&T.

With more than 10 years of experience in the IT field, the executive holds a degree in psychology from Universidad Ricardo Palma.

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US software provider Ipswitch has launched version 15 of its WhatsUp Gold IT management solution, as well as new versions of WhatsUp Gold's plug-in modules, Flow Monitor and WhatsVirtual, the company said in a release.

More than 100,000 networks worldwide use WhatsUp Gold, according to Ipswitch. Within Latin America, the company covers Mexico, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Bolivia, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay and Argentina in an alliance with Latin American software wholesaler LicenciasOnLine, while Ipswitch serves Brazil through local IT products distributor Network1.

The company's network management division grew 46% in Latin America during 2010, according to previous reports.


Chilean IT security solutions provider NeoSecure has launched a new service for modern malware control, the company said in a statement.

The new tool identifies trojans, bots and other advanced threats.

Founded in 1999, the company has commercial activities in several markets, including Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Spain, the US and Peru.


Guayaquil's chamber of commerce will organize the e-commerce day in the Ecuadorian city, to take place June 22 in the Hilton Colón Hotel, the chamber said in a release.

More than 40 experts will participate in the event.