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GFI Software is once again arming its small but growing MSP base with a new set of tools after it acquired online backup vendor IASO, a move that fills in valuable gaps in the firm's burgeoning managed services portfolio.(Read Full Article)
Ingram Micro is putting more weight behind its services and cloud channel push with the release of a new hardware and telecom service programs coupled with a slew of new cloud alliances. Why? Among other things, more organizations are dealing with increasing cloud complexity, and they're looking to the channel to do so.(Read Full Article)
Ingram Micro is launching a Hardware-as-a-Service program aimed at bolstering recurring channel revenue and broadening partners' service options. Partners, on the other hand, balk at potential financial risks.(Read Full Article)
Kaseya International launched a set of free and paid tools that equip MSPs to build out IT management capabilities around auditing, reporting and patch management. That said, the automation solutions specialist will also be building out its channel, who will also be leveraging these tools to edge in on a growing managed services space.(Read Full Article)
The IT environment is more heterogeneous, which doesn't bode well for cash-strapped SMBs struggling to stay on top of complexity. Fortunately in 2013, there will be a groundswell of industrial strength solutions that house numerous multi-platform features under one roof.
The IT environment is getting more complex and complicated. In 2011, mobile enterprise management software revenue totaled $444.6 million, a number expected to grow at a CAGR of 31.8 percent to $1.8 billion by 2016, according to IDC. IDC says IT spending in 2013 will exceed $2.1 trillion, with the biggest driver being mobility, which ...
Hewlett Packard revamped its flagship printers with accelerated speed and cloud integration features--a move that makes good on Whitman's pledge to regain profitability in print markets. For the channel, the launch could open a few more doors to customers, while possibly creating new niches that satisfy print needs amid burgeoning cloud and Big Data trends.(Read Full Article)
IBM is attempting to raise its cloud profile, partnering with AT&T to offer a joint “network-enabled” cloud service that provides access to IBM’s backend infrastructure over AT&T’s secure network. The duo is playing the security angle, a move that might be crucial in differentiating against Microsoft, Amazon, Oracle and other major competitors.(Read Full Article)
HP is reviving its security portfolio with a major launch that takes aim at healthcare and public sector verticals while aiming to carve out a new spaces in printer security. HP is placing its bets in growing areas, which bodes well for partners, but will face mounting challenges gaining credibility and marketshare as it goes against well-established industry players.(Read Full Article)
Dell is pushing increasingly harder into the cloud space with the launch of a comprehensive cloud partner program, a move that will no doubt give partners a competitive advantage when going head-to-head against hardware rivals HP and IBM.(Read Full Article)
IT products and services distributor Synnex is launching a managed security service, which could emerge as a viable option for partners by touting all the recurring revenue benefits with none of the related hassles.(Read Full Article)
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