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Altron Karabina announces new strategic partnership with CoreView


Johannesburg, 09 Sep 2020
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CoreView, the only intelligent SaaS management platform (SMP) and global leader in Office 365 management, security and adoption, announced a new strategic partnership with Microsoft Gold Partner based in South Africa and leading provider of digital enablement solutions, Altron Karabina. Together, CoreView and Altron Karabina aim to enable organisations to maximise their Microsoft 365 environment, improve security, drive adoption and empower employees.

Basha Pillay, Modern Platform Business Unit Lead, Altron Karabina
Basha Pillay, Modern Platform Business Unit Lead, Altron Karabina

“Being a partner of CoreView allows us to provide customers with a SaaS offering they can use, whether they want to manage their own environment or rely on Altron Karabina to provide highly skilled people with years of experience to deliver an optimised and fully realised Microsoft 365 environment as a managed service offering,” said Basha Pillay, Modern Platform Business Unit Lead, Altron Karabina. “With CoreView, not only can we give customers a holistic view, but we can also give them recommendations and best practices. The decision to back CoreView was an easy one, given its breadth and depth of insights and value-added services linked to Microsoft 365. The company’s innovative approach and rich functionality was far more valuable than what we saw from competitors in the market.”

Enterprises today are searching for solutions to ensure their employees can work remotely as efficiently as possible, while maintaining security and compliance and accelerating their digital dexterity. CoreView’s SMP helps enterprises realise the full return on value for the investment in Microsoft 365 and other SaaS investments, avoid security risks and increase efficiency.

The CoreView platform has established itself as a critical tool for IT leaders tasked with managing the security risks and costs of their company’s cloud environment and was named to CRN’s Emerging Cloud Vendors to Know in 2020. Organisations relying heavily on remote workers use CoreView to protect critical information through role-based access controls (RBAC), detecting suspicious log-in activity and real-time monitoring capabilities that highlight employees’ usage of authorised and unauthorised applications connected to the environment. Additionally, CoreView mines years of activity logs so IT teams can perform advanced forensic investigations during security audits and generate fine-grained compliance reports that would take months to generate manually.

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Marketing Lead (011) 463 8155 samanthad@altronkarabina.com
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