5 Channel Partner Updates: 10 March 2017

Good morning, channel partners. Here are five technology news updates, insights, chatter, and plenty more to start your day for Friday, March 10, 2017.

Actually, there are 18 tasty updates for VARs, managed services providers (MSPs), cloud services providers (CSPs), independent software vendors (ISVs), telco master agents and telco agents to sip on. Take a look…

Bob Cagnazzi

18. Watch This IPO: Presidio is expected to IPO today. The move could be an important bellwhether for VARs, MSPs and CSPs that are trying to pinpoint their own company valuations. Presidio, led by CEO Bob Cagnazzi, offers IT services to midmarket companies.

17. South of the Wall, er, Border: ChannelE2E is seriously considering a new office in… Mexico City. Why’s that? Hmmm… perhaps we’ll share details in the next week two weeks or so. Stay tuned.

Bob Godgart

Bob Godgart

16. Next ChannelEyes CEO?: As you’ll recall, former CEO Jay McBain exited ChannelEyes in December 2016. ChannelEyes develops apps and big data technologies to help channel leaders more effectively manage their partner programs. Chairman Bob Godgart hasn’t announced a new CEO yet. But stay tuned…

15. Google Drive Data Migration Tool: Google has acquired AppBridge, a company that specializes in migrating data to Google Drive and G Suite from Office 365, SharePoint, Box and on-premises storage.

14. Google Launches Windows Partner Program: ChannelE2E told you several weeks ago that Google Cloud Platform wanted to become the best cloud for running Microsoft Windows Server and SQL Server. Fast forward to present day and Google has launched a Windows-centric partner program

13. Ingram Cloud for Resellers: Ingram Micro Cloud Referral Program is now available globally. It allows resellers to drive additional commissions by directing their end-customers to Ingram Micro Cloud’s new referral website. Among the things to keep in mind: It’s a simple way for resellers to generate recurring revenues from Office 365. Related Partner Conference: Ingram Micro Cloud Summit, which is set for April.

12. Distribution – SD-WAN: Promark Technology, an Ingram Micro company, has agreed to distribute CloudGenix to its extensive network of U.S.-authorized resellers and system integrators.

11. Funding – SD-WANs: Cradlepoint, which specializes in wireless SD-WAN technology, has raised $89 million in Series C funding. The SD-WAN market, though widely hyped, seems like a legitimate market opportunity for channel partners.

But wait. More content awaits you on page 2. Proceed to page two now and sip up the remaining items…

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