Posts Tagged ‘Linux’
GFI Software may be in throes of redefining itself, but the firm is staying true to its SMB core customer base with a slew of feature tweaks to its managed services platform that take into account mobile and Mac OS X environments.
The PHP app server company is looking to ramp up its channel with a new program, believing that the programming language is poised for the kind of growth enjoyed by the open-source operating system a decade ago.
McAfee is taking steps to fulfill old promises with the launch of an embedded application control solution targeting the Android platform. This gives solution providers a new way to crack into increasingly competitive enterprise mobility markets.
ViewSonic’s new thin and zero clients broaden its reach in the virtualization space and offer a complement to ViewSonic’s growing portfolio of connected display devices — a critical market strategy as ViewSonic leverages the post-PC era to expand its core display business.
Cloud IT management firm Panorama9 launched a pager tool, a service that alert solution providers to network problems with a live phone call as soon as they’re detected. While a channel value add, the launch speaks to cloud-based management’s flexibility that has allowed it to gain market traction.
Kaspersky Lab updates its Security for Linux Mail Server with a series of security tweaks, indicating it doesn’t plan on surrendering its presence in the growing open-source security market.
There is no shortage of cloud backup solutions on the market these days. But they’re not all created equal. Here are few ways to narrow down your search.
Red Hat promotes Linux as the original cloud OS, espousing its portability, consistency and extensibility as key factors that make it more cloud-friendly than other major operating systems. But does Red Hat’s evangelizing of Linux have less to do with what it can provide today and more to do with the cloud platforms of the future?
What do HP’s mobile operating system efforts and Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao have in common? A lot more than the Pac-Man’s failed HP TouchPad and Veer sales pitches.
Acer is renewing its protests against Microsoft’s plans to introduce the Surface tablet this fall alongside Windows 8, asserting the software giant will harm its own hardware partners. The truth is Acer doesn’t have many options, and it’s unclear what the real threat is. The channel, on the other hand, may have more to worry about.