Posts Tagged ‘CA Technologies’
A distribution shake-up at CA Technologies has seen the software vendor appoint CMS Distribution and part ways with Ingram Micro and Hammer, according to sources.
Channel and software sales veteran Adam Famularo will head CA Technologies indirect sales and partner strategies for North America.
CA Technologies wants to capture the greater interest among solution providers and end users with a free version of Nimsoft monitor software, Nimsoft Monitor Snap. The idea is to expose Nimsoft capabilities to the broader market.
Looking to address the identity access needs of SMBs, security service provider Mycroft is debuting a full suite of IAM services powered by the enterprise-grade CA CloudMinder solutions from CA Technologies.
The updated capacity management tool is aimed at reducing data center costs and risk, and improving organizational agility by basing its predictions on real-time configuration, performance, and utilization.
According to a new study by The 2112 Group, VMware tops the list of vendors that does the best job mitigating channel conflict. On the other side, Dell and Microsoft top the list of vendors that do the worst job.
The CA Technologies Channel Index 2013 reveals mobility solutions are in greater demand and are expected to produce higher returns than cloud computing. This is leading the channel to produce more innovative solutions and diversify portfolios.
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?”
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.
CA Technologies is in a renascence as it presses into cloud management and service provider automation solutions, looking to its core group of partners to drive success. On the other end, CA’s backup business — ArcServe — is pursuing a volume business in the midmarket. The question: Can the two coexist?