Posts Tagged ‘Trend Micro’
Kaspersky Lab is filling in some crucial channel leadership gaps with the appointment of Bill Cunninghmam, vice president, enterprise sales, North America, a necessary move that will be fundamental to its upmarket ambitions.
Just in time for Mother’s Day, the good folks at Trend Micro surveyed 1,037 folks online to find out how moms use (and misuse) technology and devices. Here’s what they discovered.
Tech Data is arming partners with a comprehensive enablement tool that eases all functions and businesses processes associated with a managed security services businesses — but several competitors are reaping the rewards of a strong head start in this space.
Symantec is upping the value of its managed services offerings with Kaseya plug-ins for its flagship Backup Exec and Symantec Endpoint Protection products. The goal: making a bigger dent in growing SMB markets.
Dell is ramping up its security services with the latest version of its SonicWALL hosted e-mail security product, a launch that gives partners renewed entrance into a wide open SMB market.
Symantec has been criticized by partners as being late to the cloud. Now the Mountain View, Calif., security firm is revving its cloud prowess with a bigger and more strategic entrance into cloud markets. The going will be slow for a while.
Kaspersky Lab is eyeing federal and education verticals with the formation of a new State Local and Education (SLED) team. While its new public sector push will give the company some leverage against Top Two competitors Symantec and McAfee, the company will likely have to fight long and hard to capture market share from its larger rivals.
Henceforth, Dropbox for Teams shall be known as Dropbox for Business. While the title change probably isn’t enough to convince the skeptical that the traditionally consumer-focused service is enterprise-grade, the company’s latest step in a series of security enhancements might do the trick.
The distributor’s “Seeding the Cloud” program aims to help solution providers build their marketing around building their cloud practices, while its Cloud Desk looks to deepen VARs’ technical benches.
Panda Security refreshed its cloud security console with management capabilities, giving partners a new crack at mixing and matching services that will represent a differentiator amid a fiercely competitive cloud market.