Microsoft Defender ATP for Apple macOS, Windows, Linux — and MSPs?
Microsoft rebrands Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) cybersecurity software for Apple macOS & apparent Linux push. Is MSP partner initiative coming?
Vereco Acquires Managed Print Services Business From CynergisTek
Updated: Vereco acquires CynergisTek’s managed print services (MPS) business for $30 million. Private equity firm Stella Point Capital invested in the deal. CynergisTek remains a managed security services provider (MSSP).
5 Channel Partner Updates: Thursday 21 March 2019
Today’s channel partner news involves ConnectWise, Datto Autotask PSA, Dell EMC, Liongard, Mission Cloud, Pulseway, ScanSource, SkyKick, Zoho Site 24×7 & more.
The Future of Bots and Digital Assistants
We are seeing an explosion of simple bots for internal processes. But here’s the next evolution, according to Avanade.
Spring Cleaning: Eliminate IT Services Inefficiencies
Here are four ways MSPs (managed IT services providers) can make their businesses more efficient, according to SolarWinds MSP VP Mike Cullen.
Protel Acquires Xtelesis In Latest Unified Communications Partner Merger
Protel Communications acquires Xtelesis, a full-service IT services & unified communications provider. The combined company has extensive Mitel, ShoreTel & InterTel experience.
SAP: Executive Departures Amid Cloud Services Revenue Push
SAP’s reorganization & related cloud services revenue push includes key executive departures. Partner updates expected at SAP Sapphire Now 2019 conference.
Coding Bootcamp Acquisition: Bridgepoint Buys Fullstack Academy
Bridgepoint Education acquires Fullstack Academy, an immersive coding bootcamp provider. It’s the latest in a growing list of bootcamp industry consolidation.
5 Channel Partner Updates: Tuesday 19 March 2019
Today’s channel partner news involves Atlassian, Avaya, Collabrance, GreatAmerica, InfoVista, Kimble PSA, Sapien Cyber, Sev1Tech, Synnex, Druva vs. Veeam & more.
U.S. Technology Talent Research, Forecast: The Search Gets Harder
U.S. technology talent will be harder to find and more expensive to compensate over the next two years, Forrester Research forecasts.