File sharing technology aimed at combating remote employees and mobile devices generally
Under new structure, GFI Software will operate two business – LogicNow for its managed services products and GFI developing private cloud products. The move is designed to enable the company to focus on product and business development, as well as growth.
Cloud security vendor Barracuda acquires email archiving player C2C Systems and launches new cloud backup offering
Cloud infrastructure and backup service provider Zenith Infotech has started informing partners that it will cease operations in a matter of weeks after exhausting attempts to resolve its debt issues. Partners told to start migrating data or risk losing it.
The latest channel exec to sit in our vendor hotseat is Backupify's VP of business development
Integration expands data protection at no extra cost to channel.
Fast-growing virtualization data protection and cloud backup software vendor signs up 500 global VMware solution providers to its partner program
Managed services tools vendor GFI MAX says it surpassed 10,000 users of its remote monitoring and management platform. The growth is significant, but more important is the why: The vendor is charting a course of providing a holistic platform, raising questions whether open systems still have value.
Cloud-based backup service provider Carbonite is expanding its channel presence with a partner program that provides resources and support to solution providers.
CA Technologies is selling its Arcserve data protection unit to Marlin Equity Partners. The deal is part of a plan to divest of 'non-core' assets, and focus on cloud management and enablement technologies.
Lenovo aims to capitalize on the x86 server products it acquired from IBM by consolidating product sales under one channel. It sounds good in theory, but Lenovo has more challenges in its server ambitions than its channel structure
The latest channel exec to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is Bromium's VP of global channel sales
Our latest exec to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is John Schweitzer, executive vice president, worldwide field operations at DataStax
CA is shaking off its record of channel ambivalence to embrace partners’ capabilities to reach and service customers’ evolving and dynamic needs in the unfolding ‘Application Economy’