Daly talks about how the deal will change offerings and markets available to both LANDESK and AppSense partners, and how the integration of the two channels is likely to roll out.
This platform, the CS-4000E, is a version of the CS-4000 the company has been selling to government customers, priced lower for the enterprise. Looking Glass has begun to recruit a channel, and sees the platform’s ability to cover the whole threat intelligence spectrum as a strong incent for partners.
Syncsort says the results from a recent survey dovetail with what they are seeing from their own customers — that customers are increasingly moving to Hadoop, and that while much of this to date has been for operational use cases, they expect to see more transformative uses that drive new business opportunities.
ForeScout has shown strong recent growth that has begun to strain its old policy of dealing directly with its partners, so it has signed North American deals with the two VADs which best complement their product set. The company is already fairly strong in Canada, and is looking to distribution to strengthen Canadian presence further.