Big Data Article Archive:
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.
The ‘billion-dollar business in the making,’ which is focused on addressing Big Data challenges, will be opened up to the channel.
Security bigwig Art Coviello opens up about the challenges facing the security market and how resellers are coping.
Chief executive Paul Maritz says the EMC’s Big Data-focused spinoff will roll out its own channel program once its cloud platform debuts later this year, will target enterprise SIs and ISVs.
Huawei, the controversial Chinese hardware vendor accused representing a national security threat to the U.S., is looking to win friends and influence the industry with ICT Nation, a collaborative community of IT vendors, solution providers and CIOs.
EMC and RSA believe the pressure Big Data puts on security could be good news for partners.
IBM is looking to shed underperforming business units and products, trim jobs and cut expenses to reach its earnings goals. In the process, Big Blue will likely turn to channel partners for more support in selling and supporting cloud computing, Big Data and data protection products.
Hewlett-Packard is investing in a unified partner-ordering and communications system designed to break down barriers between vendors’ internal divisions, better facilitate horizontal system-ordering and provide easier access to product information.
Dell — calling itself a software and service company — has come out swinging with releases around BI, mobility and productivity. But Round Rock underscores that its transformation wouldn’t be complete without a unified channel.