Late last year, Continuum decided to supplement the endpoint security embedded in their core suite with a new security unit, and new service offerings, which became available in April. The CARVIR acquisition accelerates that initiative significantly.
Commvault is positioning both their Office 365 integration and their new Sensitive Data Governance offering as logical solutions to the issues created by the growing intersection of data protection and compliance.
Symantec Endpoint Protection, which utilizes the technology Symantec acquired with Skycure last year, provides a differentiated offering for MSP line cards that detects and illustrates mobile threats to end users.
INFINIDAT and Veeam come originally from different segments of the market, but have partnered around an enterprise play, and INFINIDAT is looking to enlist some of Veeam’s top solution providers to increase their own ranks of ‘go-to’ partners.
Plantronics reworks its channel program to give greater emphasis to implementing their SaaS management solution, and to selling their hardware within broader solutions rather than simply as peripherals.
Netsurion is looking to an integrated solution set of SD-WAN with SIEM and firewall security to significantly expand their TAM into new verticals, and is seeking to significantly expand their partner base to strengthen them in these new markets.
Addigy has filled a specific role in the market, providing multi-tenanted Mac management, but now, propelled by iPad demand, they have expanded that to all Apple devices with a new unified MacOS management platform.
The JetStream technology, which leverages the VMware IO Filter API, has its roots in a company called FlashSoft, which was acquired by SanDisk, was part of the WD acquisition of SanDisk, and has now been spun out into a focused software company.
The SonicWall SecureFirst MSSP Program provides customized services generation capability for experienced MSSPs, blueprints for those newer to the space, and white-labelling of the experienced MSSPs’ services for partners just making the move.
Dell EMC isn’t becoming an SD-WAN vendor, but they will go to market with software partners integrated with their customized x86 adaption in the form of a networking platform, which is the first using the new Intel Xeon D-2100 processor.