Pete Kofod Named to CRN "100 People You Don't Know But Should" List
Security Expert Named Among Champion Unsung Heroes in the IT Channel
by The Sixth Flag
October 1, 2015
Raleigh, NC - The Sixth Flag, Inc., a groundbreaking new Desktop-as-a Service firm launched earlier this year, announced today that Pete Kofod, Co-founder & CEO, has been recognized as one of the "100 People You Don't Know But Should" in the IT channel for 2015 by The Channel Company's CRN®.
The CRN editorial team, assessing feedback from solution providers and other industry executives, compiles this list to celebrate under-the-radar channel-management team members from the industry's top vendors and distributors. Those selected have worked tirelessly to create, promote and manage programs and policies that support and drive the IT channel.
"CRN recognizes that many unsung heroes deserve to be spotlighted for their behind-the-scenes efforts," says Robert Faletra, CEO of The Channel Company. "This list honors those in the IT-channel trenches, toiling each day to achieve success for their companies and partners."
"I am honored to be on CRN's list. Since our launch earlier this year, The Sixth Flag has consistently enhanced its DaaS Service for Channel Partners and customers. In May, The company released its patent-pending dewdrop.tsf™ innovative watermarking technology, and in July, we released desktop.tsf™ for Chrome devices," said Pete Kofod.
To demo desktop.tsf™, desktop.tsf™ for Chrome devices or dewdrop.tsf™, TSF's innovative watermarking feature, call us at 1.855.873.7537 or email: email@example.com.
Showcased in the October issue of CRN, the "100 People You Don't Know But Should" list can be viewed at CRN's website.
About The Sixth Flag, Inc.
The Sixth Flag Inc, is a Raleigh, North Carolina-based Desktop-as-a-Service firm for global teams and organizations in need of Remote Desktop Management solutions. Launched in 2015, TSF provides a web-based, cost effective and secure throw away desktop for today's global, mobile teams. Its cloud-based, HTML-rendered Desktop-as-a-Service requires no dedicated hardware, thereby eliminating the need for organizations to spend on capital outlay. With nothing more than a browser, users can access their corporate desktop from anywhere in the world, whether from a laptop, desktop, or tablet. Because user data is not stored on the local device, loss of a device does not represent compromise of sensitive organizational data.