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TMCNet:  Security software and services. [TendersInfo (India)]

[December 18, 2012]

Security software and services. [TendersInfo (India)]

(TendersInfo (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Contract notice: Security software and services.

This invitation and the invitation to tender in accordance with the Municipal Procurement Annexes request a bid security software, and services. Acquisition includes two different acquisition model.

- Security software and management software ostolisensseinä, - Security software as a service, and management kuukausiveloitteisena.

We select one (1) supplier with whom the municipality enters into an agreement Procurement. The comparison of the software, the supplier must provide both a framework agreement to sell the same manufacturer. This requirement does not apply to an annex attached by the supplier offer additional services. Competitive bidding within the partial bids may be made. The acquisition of different alternative or conditional bids shall not be made. Invitation to tender in accordance with the security software, and services, means a unit consisting of the following: - Information security management software ostolisenssinä, - Security Management SaaS service, - Security software and services for servers, - Security software as well as services for workstations, - Security software, and services for mobile devices - Management software as well as software offered technical training, - Server management software installation and configuration, - Expert support for data security, - Security software installation, - Anti-virus system to remove the measures necessary to design and modeling, - Support the supplier of services or the provision of other software the extra security services, and software, is brought into agreement of suppliers to bid separately for connecting additional price lists.

For these additional services must be connected to offer service descriptions. KL-Local Procurement Ltd reserves the right to accept or reject the connection of additional services offered as part of the agreement. Later, additional services can be connected to the contract to be determined modes of operation, as well as price. Other services can be, for example hard disk encryption, email encryption and network traffic security management-related solutions. Possible future EU directives or legislative changes which require customers to the new security-related purchases. These security software and service-related needs can be met by this Agreement. Customer is not obligated to purchase them through the Framework Programme.

Note! Ad information can be found Tarjouspalvelu.fi-supplier portal. Also bid / dispatch of the notice of participation are made this way. Direct link to the notification of the additional information can be found here Hilma declaration: https://tarjouspalvelu.fi/kuntahankinnat/ id=6138&tpk=15fccf62-a83a-48f1-844f-0ebd55c41792 Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate: 4.1.2013 - 10:00 Language(s) in which tenders or requests to par Tender documents : T14012450.html (c) 2012 Euclid Infotech Pvt. Ltd. Provided by Syndigate.info an Albawaba.com company

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