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By | Christopher Williams 6th November 2006 12:21

Webroot jumps into the channel

Softek and Sphinx to flog anti-spyware

Enterprise anti-spyware software maker Webroot has tapped Softek and Sphinx as its UK distributors.

The pair will identify channel resellers to hawk Webroot's Spy Sweeper to security-twitchy enterprise customers.

Softek MD Jason Thompson did the honours with the potted quote: "Softek have been supplying and supporting Spy Sweeper for a couple of years, and we look forward to assisting Webroot in developing a fully supported reseller channel."

Webroot are based in Boulder, Colorado, previously mostly famous as the setting for hilarious Robin Williams vehicle Mork and Mindy. ®

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