HP and Intralinks Announce Strategic Partnership
HP and Intralinks announced a strategic technology and go-to-market partnership agreement to deliver secure enterprise collaboration solutions to customers.
26 February 2015
As part of the agreement, Intralinks and HP will work together to deliver secure enterprise collaboration and file sharing solutions to customers. In addition, Intralinks has joined the HP PartnerOne for Service Provider program and will leverage HP solutions and services to support Intralinks’ global data centers. Intralinks is also building its next-generation application architecture for secure content collaboration on HP Helion OpenStack technology.
This important partnership is great news for customers. Leveraging HP’s considerable technology, marketing and sales resources will enable us to deliver solutions that meet the most demanding requirements for secure enterprise collaboration. The go-to-market initiative will also enable us to significantly accelerate our business expansion.
Commenting on the partnership, Paul Kaeley, Vice President Worldwide Service Providers, HP, said “Intralinks is a frontrunner in secure enterprise content collaboration, delivering trusted innovation that helps organizations to safeguard their invaluable intellectual property and other sensitive data. We welcome Intralinks to the HP PartnerOne for Service Provider program, and are pleased to provide technologies to give our joint customers secure and agile cloud solutions.”
We’ll have more news on the partnership in coming weeks. In the meantime, you can find out more here.
Uli Mittermaier is Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, at Intralinks, market leader in cloud-based content collaboration solutions. Uli joined Intralinks through the acquisition of docTrackr, a venture-backed cloud security company he co-founded. Prior to that he was co-founder and CFO at Munich-based Brainloop, a software-as-a-service provider of secure document workspaces. Uli started his career at Netscape Communications. He attended Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, graduating with a master in business administration and computer sciences, as well as Harvard University.