Posts Tagged ‘managed services’
GFI MAX draws upon well-known managed services evangelist Dave Sobel to lead its partner community efforts. Sobel’s arrival is part of an ongoing effort to expand products and global reach of GFI MAX’s managed services network.
E-mail security services specialist Mimecast is looking to push deeper into the North America market by formalizing a program that makes it easier for MSPs to provision and administer user accounts.
Mozy, the EMC-owned cloud-based backup company, is looking to build momentum for its service by merging backup and file sharing functionality, as well as making it easier for solution providers to manage the service.
SkyKick, a provider of automation and management solutions for Microsoft Office 365, released two new tools to automate and simplify the migration of legacy licenses to the cloud-based platform. The continued development of similar tools reflects the growing opportunity for Office 365 professional and managed services.
IT Nation, the annual gathering of the ConnectWise faithful, didn’t miss the opportunity to talk more about business execution than technology. The focus remains on outcomes of technology use, not the bits that go into the applications.
AVG Technologies is wading into the crowded cloud backup market, offering a service that extends the capabilities of its CloudCare security service and complements its Managed Workplace managed services offerings.
With mobile device adoption exploding and less than one-third of managed services providers addressing mobile device management, GFI MAX is adding MDM to enhance its partners capabilities. It’s also aiming to become the complete managed services platform.
Spiceworks has 350,000 users who self-identify as managed services providers — thousands are actually IT pros working full time jobs moonlighting in tech support and services.
Cloud hosting vendors Rackspace and SoftLayer unveiled new Big Data managed services offerings on Apache Hadoop platforms that promise easily accessible and reliable business analytics.
Managed services and IT automation software vendor Kaseya has made its third acquisition since changing ownership; this time it’s Microsoft Office 365 migration and management specialist 365 Command.