Monday, Kaseya announced the acquisition of ID Agent, and consolidated all their security solutions in that business. Tuesday, they are rebooting their turnkey Powered Services offerings – with some major conceptual additions from ID Agent.
The theme for the Sophos partner kickoff this year was Evolve, and a key element of this will be how partners can best evolve themselves, with Sophos’ support, to meet evolving cybersecurity challenges.
The Dell Technologies Unified Workspace is a new client solution launched collaboratively with VMware, Dell Client Services and Secureworks, which brings multiple components together into what is effectively a single SKU for customers.
With Red Cloak Threat Detection and Response, Red Cloak becomes a brand for software delivered without a managed service component. The channel partner play out of the gate is limited, but is likely to develop somewhat over time.
CyberX prepared an Industrial Internet of Things app for the original Palo Alto Networks Application Framework, and is now announcing availability of an app for its second generation, which should provide fruitful for Palo Alto Networks resellers.
Netwrix has had MSP partners for several years, but this is their first certified integration with a PSA or RMM provider, with the choice determined because the product is used by two-thirds of their MSP partners.
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.
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.
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 extended partnership integrates Wandera with the Microsoft EMS suite as well as Intune, to provide Wandera and its channel with the more comprehensive type of mobile security solution they see customers wanting today.