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MPA Appoints Business Development Manager

MPA Appoints Business Development Manager to Secure Passwords and Connections for Businesses

MPA, a New Zealand value added IT distributor of software and hardware, has appointed Mark Padginton as it Business Development Manager for its Secure Computing and Protocom Development Systems solutions.

In his new role, Mark is responsible for building awareness with customers and resellers of the secure infrastructure and password management solutions MPA provides. He works with customers to present Secure Computing solutions that meet their unique requirements to safeguard their networks and applications and help them create a trusted computing environment. The Protocom solutions Mark presents for password management enhance security, lower administration costs and improve employee productivity for MPA customers.

Before joining MPA, Mark was the Business Development Manager for Macleans Computing. He has also held the roles of Business Development Manager for Elite Systems promoting Surf Control’s web and email filtering solutions, and Sales Engineer with SMC Pneumatics.

Mark is a member of the Internet Safety Group.

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