This week's Solutions Pavilion included a record number of exhibitors.

Edward Gately, Senior News Editor

June 7, 2023

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IT NATION SECURE — ConnectWise’s IT Nation Secure included a Solutions Pavilion chock full of vendors, including many of the biggest, showing their latest solutions for MSPs.

This was the biggest IT Nation Secure yet, with a record number of attendees and exhibitors. ConnectWise unveiled new solutions, and offerings from strategic vendors, to help MSPs grow and better secure their customers.


ConnectWise’s Raffael Marty

“Our tagline is ‘connecting with confidence,'” said Raffael Marty, ConnectWise’s executive vice president and general manager of cybersecurity. “We started it last year at IT Nation Connect in November, where we talked about this more extensively in the sense that the edge is changing. It’s not a perimeter anymore where you put firewalls around and you block things off. It’s everything is everywhere. You work from everywhere. You have data everywhere. So you need to protect things everywhere. In terms of ConnectWise overall, it’s the continued momentum of ConnectWise cyber that we’re seeing, and our continued efforts to drive products and services into our platform.”

During IT Nation Secure, ConnectWise announced a new collaboration with Proofpoint to help protect technology service providers (TSPs) from email-borne attacks, which remain one of the most common attack vectors.

In addition, ConnectWise announced Axcient as its newest strategic backup vendor for ConnectWise Co-Managed Backup. Also, a native integration for ConnectWise RMM allows TSP partners to deploy Axcient agents, monitor alerts and set backup policies.

Scroll through our slideshow above to see the top booths in the IT Nation Secure Solutions Pavilion. We bet you’ll see someone you know.

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About the Author(s)

Edward Gately

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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