As Logic Monitor gears up to launch a channel program and a partner portal, it unveils a new Kubernetes service, and another with a services-based focus that monitors resources together in logical groups.
RocketCyber is recruiting SMB-focused MSPs with a cybersecurity platform that offers 15 separate services that can be offered to customers, with more being developed. The new threat map provides SOC-like identification of threats that impact each MSP’s specific customers.
RapidFire Tools also sees the new offering’s platform as being one that can handle multiple compliance regimes. It already supports GDPR, and they intend to roll out additional regulatory support this year.
Kaseya’s CEO detailed that the IT Glue acquisition actually took place two years ao, and has been kept under wraps. He also indicated what will happen with IT Glue now that the acquisition has been formally announced, and dropped some hints about what is next on the acquisition front.
Kaseya will maintain Vancouver-based IT Glue as a standalone company to sell to its competitors, while also working closely to integrate its technology into the Kaseya Suite of offerings. Kaseya said IT Glue’s existing management team will guide operations in the wake of Day’s departure.
Malwarebytes announces a new partnership with Bask Technology, which both highlights their endpoint protection product, and is part of the company’s plan to significantly expand their presence in the SMB space going forward.
Avaya believes its solution provider channel will also have some interest in the store, which offers Avaya’s UC and CC as-a-service options. They also confirmed that this online store is not a direct play.
ZeroStack plans to roll more services out in the year, indicating some likely possibilities, as part of their strategy of providing MSP partners with more services they can sell on the scale-out private cloud they enable customers to create.
Increasing their MSP business is a major Arcserve priority, and the development of some kind of track for them within the company’s new channel program is one new enablement activity that is under active consideration.
Barmettler’s planned initiatives include a major revamp of the Siemplify channel program. He also wants to build out a channel presence in Canada, where he has had success in the past at other companies.
Lynn Tinney takes the SVP of Channels role at OPAQ, as the company transitions its all-channel model to focus on service providers and MSPs, who they think get the best value from the platform and services they offer.
Field Nation, which recently introduced a new platform that handles all aspects of workforce management, makes software that connects businesses with the temporary IT labour force. MSPs needing IT techs are a part of their market, which they are looking to expand.
RocketCyber’s founders have a track record of two successful startups behind them, and are looking to provide MSPs who don’t offer a full portfolio of services with a set of such offerings. The platform is scheduled for availability in early December.