Cloud computing has sailed past infancy, experienced untold growing pains and jetted through awkward adolescence. And now it’s finally growing up.
Cloud computing has sailed past infancy, experienced untold growing pains and jetted through awkward adolescence. And now it’s finally growing up. That’s at least according to the new TechInsight report “Cloud Succeeds, Now What?”
Fortinet debuted the latest iteration of its Web application firewall OS and three new related appliances, a move that gives it more relevance and credibility with large scale customers as the firm continues its upmarket journey.
Kaspersky Lab is once again revving to move further into virtualization markets with the launch of its Kaspersky Security for Virtualization-Light Agent geared for Citrix XenServer and XenDesktop, a move that, among other things, opens doors for the firm’s upmarket ambitions.
Dell is shedding its IaaS vCloud Datacenter service for its own IaaS offerings delivered by its channel — a move that aligns with its stated strategy to leverage partners as the catalyst to drive its software and service ambitions.
Fortinet fills major channel gaps left by executive departures, signaling rejuvenated channel effort and increased reliance on partners as it revs for an enterprise expansion.
Like many of industry peers, security software firm Websense is headed toward private status after inking an almost $1 billion deal to be acquired by equity firm Vista Equity Partners.
Sourcefire is upping the stakes in the advanced threat security race with the launch of an appliance touting file- and device-trajectory capabilities, additions that give partners new paths for high-margin forensic services.
Barracuda debuts a Web application firewall that defends against DDoS attacks, taking the firm further in its upmarket journey. And it’s hoping the security and storage channel will recognize its enterprise efforts.
RSA says that the future of identity and access management solutions will be contingent on its ability to adapt to shifting technological tides and advanced threats. That means that with the infusion of analytics and security intelligence, the IAM market is far from stagnant.
Core Security is bulking its vulnerability assessment flagship with a spate of new high-end tools that include security analytics, penetration testing and threat simulation, among other things. For the channel, that means a new springboard from which to launch unique combinations of high margin services.