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After being at Mighty Oaks for about six months it was time to meet with the team and plan a strategy forward.  We clearly intend to grow our software business.  That is an area where we can provide a strong and differentiated value proposition to our customer.  We had Avast and SonicWALL solutions deployed.  So if we are going to refresh our cloud with new hardware and focus in that area we need good security.  Well, given we are running millions in online transactions for our customers each year perhaps good is not good enough. 

Getting network security and malware protection right is a challenge.  Today small business faces many questions:

  • What level of protection is appropriate?
  • How to be secure without it interfering with your need to collaborate and share date?
  • How to protect your corporate data in the world of social media and cloud services?

Mighty Oaks Sophos Surf in Tofino

Mighty Oaks and Sophos Enter a Strategic Partnership where both Mighty Oaks IT Solutions and software platforms will transition from avast to Sophos. 

Part of this transition program, several Mighty Oaks staff members will become Sophos certified engineering and architects.  Both companies will work closing to address some of the unique needs of Mighty Oaks customers.   This includes addressing the needs of customers using Mighty Oaks e-commerce solutions and those that work with confidential, classified and secret documents under contract to government agencies. 

Quite frequently when we work with customers we start by analysing there needs and how they gather, manage and use data.   It is not uncommon to find the situation where there are unique islands of data. It could be a QA program, and engineering application, logistics or procurement.

Mighty Oaks at Sophos Vancouver R&D Centre

Mighty Oaks team spent the day at Sophos Vancouver Offices for training to meet the team and tour the Sophos Labs North America development and operations center.  The start of a great relationship.  Greg Morhart from Mighty Oaks also managed to bring home a surf board that will certainly get good use on the next trip to Tofino.  .   

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