The new Zoho MarketingHub app provides coordination of other marketing applications, both ones which are part of Zoho One and those outside it, while Zoho Orchestly enhances business process automation.
The designs, one around HPE SimpliVity and the other a ProLiant/Nimble combination, run in the GKE environment, and will be available both through a standard reference architecture and through HPE’s GreenLake consumption-based as-a-service offering.
Lacework has a unified multi-cloud security solution that offers customers multiple types of protection in the cloud, and has begun building out a channel of focused security specialists who want a compelling message for customers transitioning to the cloud world.
HPE adds Nutanix and its free AHV hypervisor to their HPE GreenLake consumption-based service, while Nutanix’s channel gets to sell an integrated appliance which combines HPE servers with Nutanix’s Enterprise Cloud OS software.
Most resellers tend to use Active Directory or BIND to provide DNS protection, but Tech Data is emphasizing to partners that Toronto-based Bluecat’s platform will provide a big step up from ‘good enough’ DNS protection.
Ed Rodriguez talks at length with ChannelBuzz about his perception of his new assignment, how he hopes to increase channel business in Canada, and some major changes, which add new resources, that have been implemented to help make this happen.
Syniverse has been a long time direct player, selling secure access to carriers and mobile operators, but have expanded into the enterprise markets, and brought in Bill Corbin to put the channels strategy together.
The enhancements include ease-of-use things like flipping the media player from horizontal to vertical, so that it, and the text to speech and associated analytics, run top to bottom instead of side to side, like everything else in mobility.
Phil Vokins, Intel Channel Manager in Canada, emphasized that the new 2nd-Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors will greatly expand the ability of Canadian customers to use applications requiring dense memory.
While highlighting its new product, including the new Cascade Lake processors and Optane persistent memory, Intel focused on the way it highlights what they said was a fundamental transformation of the company.
Compuverde has been around for a decade, and their mature technology will be integrated into Pure’s FlashArray offering, so that it can offer fully unified protocols, data services, and unified cloud management.