Get Network Security with Avaya Identity Engines

by Madison Skinner on September 17, 2012 · 0 comments

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ScanSource hosted its annual Partner Conference on September 10th-12th, and one of the top conversation topics between vendors and business partners was Bring Your Own Device.  Bring Your Own Device, commonly known as BYOD, is and will continue to be a hot issue as employees grow their use of multiple personal mobile devices in the workplace.  To better assist companies and partners with security in BYOD, Avaya is offering a great solution for partners – Avaya Identity Engines or IDE.

Avaya Identity Engines offer an easy, cost-effective solution to BYOD security.  Customers can feel safe knowing that their current network, regardless of vendor type, is supported with this product.  Avaya’s IDE portfolio has proven its success at this year’s Interop Awards.  Avaya Identity Engines was a Finalist for Security in 2012!

One of the greatest aspects of the Avaya Identity Engines portfolio is its ability to work with any existing network.  Being vendor agnostic allows any customer to purchase and use the product with their existing infrastructure.  Many Avaya customers have been intrigued to learn that this product also works with wired/wireless networks, taking BYOD to a new level of ease!  To purchase this product, all you need is an Avaya Link ID, and no additional trainings and/or certifications are required.  It’s easy to buy and sell!

To encourage customers to test Avaya IDE’s capabilities, Avaya is offering a 30-day free trial on the product by simply visiting  In another effort to assist partners in discovering the opportunities offered by IDE, Avaya has included this portfolio in its Government, Education, and Medical Program (G.E.M.).  The G.E.M. program offers 10% off wholesale partner pricing, and customers can combine this great discount with their normal Vendor Incremental Discount (VID).

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Madison Skinner is a Product Manager for Catalyst Telecom in Greenville, SC. She has three years experience in end user marketing and one year experience in B2B marketing. She is a contributor to The Source on marketing and Avaya Networking topics.

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