Zentyal, developer of the Linux small business server of the same name, announced today that TLC Network Enterprise has joined the Zentyal Partner Program. TLC Network Enterprise, located in Seri Kembangan (Selangor, Malaysia), offers a complete portfolio of affordable end-to-end IT solutions to the small and medium businesses located in the region.
“Zentyal’s vision in providing easy and affordable network services is very much in line with our vision” said Terence Loo, Managing Director at TLC Network Enterprise, and continued “As an IT provider that works mainly with SMB and SOHO businesses, we need to offer products that are easy to understand, customizable and of course, affordable to all our clients, and Zentyal’s products and services fulfill these conditions perfectly.”
“We are happy to expand our partnership network in Asia, and we are confident that TLC will provide an excellent service to future Zentyal clients in the area” commented Mateo Burillo, Partner Manager at Zentyal.
As an Authorized Zentyal Partner, TLC Network Enterprise will offer its customers certified support and services to install, integrate and maintain their Zentyal server installations. Moreover, additional services such as disaster recovery, advanced security updates or low-cost VoIP calls complete their service offering. And while TLC Network Enterprise delivers the service to their customers, Zentyal grants TLC with quality assured software, services, technical support and training, assuring that their customers always count on vendor-quality services.
TLC Network Enterprise
TLC Network Enterprise was established in 2003, with the interest of providing end-to-end IT solutions, not only to businesses but to home users as well. The vision for TLC is to simplify IT to users via open source, virtualization and cloud computing at a very low cost. Basic desktop, server, networking support and troubleshooting were the initial services from TLC to both SMEs and home users. These were followed by web hosting and network administration services and eventually lead to Open source and Cloud computing services in 2005.
More information about TLC Network Enterprise: www.tlc.com.my