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ScanSource Acquires Cloud Services Distribution Platform Provider intY

ScanSource acquires intY, a cloud services distribution platform that partners with Microsoft, Acronis & Symantec. Counters Ingram Micro Cloud, Pax8 & more.

Microsoft Partner KSM Consulting Acquires App Developer Connect Think

Microsoft gold partner KSM Consulting (KSMC) acquires Connect Think for application development expertise.

Node4 Acquires VMware and Microsoft Azure Cloud Partner Secura

Node4, a communications MSP, acquires VMware & Microsoft Azure cloud services partner Secura. This is Node4’s fifth acquisition. Here’s the strategy.

MSP Acquisition: NST Buys Microsoft, Cisco Systems Partner Urban Digital Solutions

Network Solutions & Technology (NST) acquires Cisco Systems & Microsoft partner Urban Digital Solutions (UDS), uniting two MSPs from Long Island, New York.

GrowthOps Acquires ServiceNow Partner Entrago

GrowthOps acquires ServiceNow partner Entrago for IT service management (ITSM) expansion across Australia and Asia-Pacific region.

Public Cloud Services Market Share 2019: Microsoft Azure, Amazon AWS, Google Comparison

Public cloud services market share: Microsoft Azure gains vs. Amazon Web Services (AWS), while Google Cloud Platform (CSP) essentially remains flat, Rightscale research finds.

RDX Acquires Azure, AWS, Google Cloud Partner ClearDB

RDX acquires ClearDB. Combined MSP offers managed database as a service (DBaaS) & MySQL expertise across AWS, Microsoft Azure & Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

BCM Receives Private Equity, Acquires SIPtrunk

New York City-based managed IT solutions provider BCM One attacts private equity investment and acquires Siptrunk.

Ingram Micro Expands VP Eric Kohl’s Role

Ingram Micro VP Eric Kohl’s expanded role spans the distributor’s U.S. Security organization, an Emerging Vendor Initiative & the Cloud Harmonics business.

Jason Bystrak Joins D&H Distributing

Ingram Micro Cloud & Axcient veteran Jason Bystrak joins D&H Distributing — a $4 billion company that’s growing four times faster than the overall IT distribution market.