The acquirer said the addition of Dorian’s product portfolio, which includes Windows Security Event Management (SEM) and log management software solutions, to its stable would act as a “powerful differentiator” within the marketplace for the firm.
Ennio Carboni, president of WhatsUp Gold, said Dorian’s “profitable and self-funded business model” was both instrumental in its decision to acquire the firm.
He added: “We believe our mutual customers will greatly benefit from a single vendor supporting the gamut of network management tasks, including device utilisation and bandwidth monitoring, systems and application management, traffic analysis, VoIP and now security and compliance solutions via in-depth log management.”
Andy Milford, president and chief executive at Dorian Software Creations, said: “We are pleased to join forces with a market leader like WhatsUp Gold to deliver higher value to our mutual customers across commercial and government sectors.”
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