VAR Three Cherries has been picked by chocolate manufacturer Elizabeth Shaw to upgrade its security infrastructure.
The chocolate maker, which employs about 25 UK staff, conducts a large part of its business online and picked Three Cherries to install a Unified Threat Management (UTM) device from vendor Network Box.
Ian Birkett, managing director of Three Cherries, said: “We reviewed the security needs at Elizabeth Shaw and advised that a UTM device would tick all the required boxes.”
Elliot Price, IT manager at Elizabeth Shaw, said: “We were having problems with spam and malware/spyware and we really didn’t have much control over web browsing. When we discussed this with Three Cherries, it recognised that we needed a single source UTM device and identified Network Box as the best solution.”
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