Carahsoft to Distribute Solix Enterprise Data Management Solutions; John Ottman Comments

Solix Technologies has partnered with Carahsoft Technology to provide Information Lifecycle Management and data privacy solutions to federal, state and local government agencies, Carahsoft announced August 22.

Under the partnership, Carahsoft will distribute Solix products and solutions under its GSA Schedule GS-35F-0119Y.

John Ottman, chairman of Solix Technologies Inc., said Solix is looking forward to working with Carahsoft “to improve application performance, reduce expense and enhance data security.”

The Solix Enterprise Data Management Suite is expected to help agencies manage data and reduce security risks in storing personal identifiable information on-premise or in the cloud.

Patrick Gallagher, vice president of Carahsoft’s Cloud Computing Solutions, said the company’s information lifecycle management solution was developed “to meet the needs of the modern data centers.”

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