Posts Tagged ‘security’
The newly formed ThreatTrack software security company aims to become 100 percent channel within the next 12 months and leverage strategic relationships with partners to drive growth. It’s a high ambition even for most vendors, much less one that is spinning out of another company.
The painful realignment continues at underperforming Symantec with reports this week of a significant round of layoffs that could see as many as 1,700 Big Yellow employees seeing red over pink slips.
Gartner claims the mobility trend will help global market to surpass the $67 billion mark this year.
The feeding frenzy in the managed services space just keeps rolling along with the announcement this morning that security vendor AVG Technologies is set to plunk down an undisclosed sum to buy remote monitoring and management software maker Level Platforms.
Channelnomics asked noted cloud expert David Linthicum his thoughts on the emerging government espionage scandal and got his advice for partners navigating the cloud space in a time of heightened fear, uncertainty and doubt.
A new study provides ample justification for solution providers that employee habits and business processes are morphing perhaps faster than we’d imagined.
Edward Snowden, an employee of solution provider and government contractor Booz Allen Hamilton, stepped forward to claim responsibility for blowing the cover off the government’s cell phone and Internet surveillance program. His leaked info also reveals much about the power of information in the hands of staff and solution providers.
The Ponemon and Symantec study includes three top ways to mitigate the costs associated with a data breach that read like ready-made marketing collateral for any security service provider.
Solution providers have struggled to work Big Data into their practices, but while its value in customer-facing solutions is elusive, the emerging technology could be a channel boon as a turbo-charging additive to more traditional security offerings. New wares from RSA and others show how.
The Russian security software company held its first event in Washington D.C., giving bureaucrats insights into the latest digital threat trends. The event is a precursor to Kaspersky breaking into the lucrative government market.