Compared to the spring’s 10.5 release, and the upcoming 10.7 next year, this version of the Macola ERP software is less dramatic, but it still has some nice enhancements, including adding more APIs and making them easier to use.
Pulseway, which offers cloud-based RMM services with a focus on the needs of mobile users, has been intensifying its MSP business over the last year, and adds to that with new NOC services for that market.
Security-as-a-service provider My Digital Shield recently launched an assurance program to cover its small business customers in the event of a breach, with a major mobility initiative likely the next to roll out.
PowWow’s platform for turning legacy apps into native Mobile ones with relative ease has just been upgraded, and the company is looking to increase its channel business through a select partner channel.
The companies anticipate that the BlackBerry BES12 enterprise mobility management platform being tested and certified for Azure and available in Azure Marketplace will significantly increase its exposure and sales.
Check Point SandBlast Agent both protects mobile devices from zero day attacks, and provides an automated report and tools to remediate it. Check Point will also soon be introducing certifications for the channel specifically for SandBlast.
Mississauga-based SOTI has announced major new R&D funding and job creation initiatives around its Canadian base, as well as important new Internet of Things and other partnering moves. The company also announced the winners of its Channel Partner awards.
The front-office suite, which was announced in the spring, has just reached general availability in China and was originally going to be limited to China for some time. However increased demand and competitive pressure have led SAP to change its plans.
While new workforce automation solutions were the highlight of this week’s Xerox announcements, their limited channel relevance makes some less showy cloud and MPS solutions and tools the big takeaway for partners.
The Mississauga ON-based MDM vendor is already the leader in the commercial Android space, and expects that Android for Work will make Android mainstream in the enterprise, which is excellent news for them and their channel partners.