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The latest channel exec to sit in the new-look Channelnomics hotseat is Sophos' VP of North American channel sales
Survey finds that more than a quarter of solution providers pick vendor trustworthiness as a top priority for choosing antivirus vendor
Security giant talks up reseller opportunities
Security vendor set to float on the London Stock Exchange
UK firm hoping Mojave security platform will build on cloud success
Palo Alto ventures away from its sweet spot in enterprise security with the launch of Traps, a complementary technology that safeguards endpoints from malware. The new product shows how endpoint security is shifting from traditional antivirus technologies.
Security vendor Sophos continues the roll out of its cloud service, expanding support to Windows, Mac and mobile devices through a single console. The new cloud capabilities are part of Sophos’s pincer movement to encircle competition with cloud and hardware security solutions.
- Michael Dell: Dell Technologies to be 'major cloud infrastructure' vendor
- Polycom channel head assures survival of Microsoft relationship, Polycom brand after Mitel buy
- EMC: OpenStack 'not going away'
- Dell, EMC going 'in opposite direction' of HP, CEO claims
- Pitney Bowes shakes off 'identity crisis' with SaaS commerce platform
The latest channel exec to sit in the new-look Channelnomics hotseat is F5 Networks' regional VP of channel sales for the Americas
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