Groupware Technology Achieves Advanced Security Architecture Specialization from Cisco

Campbell, CA (January 6, 2016) – To capture new opportunities in security and to integrate that security across the entire portfolio, Groupware announced today that it has achieved the Advanced Security Architecture Specialization from Cisco. This elite specialization recognizes Groupware as having fulfilled the training requirements to sell, design and deploy comprehensive Cisco® Advanced Security Architecture solutions.

As a Cisco Advanced Security Architecture Specialized Partner, the Bay Area solution provider has invested in the training required to deliver differentiated business value through the foundation of the Advanced Security architecture.  Cisco Advanced Security Architecture Specialized Partners work with new and existing technologies to align components of this architecture with their customers’ strategic goals, helping transform business processes, boost organizational efficiency and accelerate the time to market.

“Today’s connected technologies, like cloud and mobile, increase security threats and vulnerabilities,” said Mike Thompson, President and CEO of Groupware, “Enterprise customers look to us to provide business-driven, holistic security solutions for modern data center architectures.  Cisco’s security portfolio offers increased visibility and control with enhanced protection from threats that span the extended network and the full attack continuum.”


About Groupware Technology

Groupware Technology, Inc. is a leading datacenter infrastructure solution provider that delivers services and solutions to customers to increase business and IT agility, and increase ROI on technology investments. Our commitment to our customers is to help optimize their existing IT assets, evaluate and implement new technologies and provide a roadmap toward cloud-centric infrastructure models.  Groupware specializes in data center infrastructure and cloud computing solutions, rack integration services and first call support. For more information, contact (408) 540-0090 or visit

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