- Cybersecurity & Privacy - Application Security
- Cybersecurity & Privacy - Cloud Security
- National Security & Defense
- Product Research & Development
- Tamper Detection
- Time Sensitive Networking
- Cloud Planning, Design & Implementation Services
- System Integration
Trend Micro Taiwan, a global leader in IT security, faced a significant challenge in updating their anti-virus drivers and applications. The company needed to create installers up to 10 times a day to support frequent updates, a task that was slowed down by the need to coordinate development teams across different time zones in Asia and North America. The lack of an automated installation development tool with robust features further complicated the process. The speed of updating installers was crucial to the company's success, as it directly impacted their ability to protect end users and secure networks against breaches from targeted attacks.
About The Customer
Trend Micro Taiwan, Inc. is a 25-year global leader in IT security. The company develops innovative security solutions that make the world safe for businesses and consumers to exchange digital information. They provide server security, cloud security, and small business content security. Their security solutions protect end users on any device and secure networks against breaches from targeted attacks. The company delivers top-ranked client-server, network, and cloud-based protection that stops new threats faster, detects breaches better, and protects data in physical, virtual, and cloud environments.
Trend Micro Taiwan adopted InstallShield Professional concurrent licensing to address their challenge. This solution significantly increased their installation development speed and customer satisfaction. The concurrent licensing model allowed multiple users across different locations to access InstallShield simultaneously, eliminating the limitations of time and location. This meant that team members could choose their preferred time to use InstallShield without having to wait in a queue. The company is also upgrading to InstallShield Premier and increasing the number of users of the concurrent licenses, further enhancing their installation development capabilities.
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