"Cisco OpenDNS" Posts

Cisco Systems’ Cybersecurity Obsession Pays Dividends

In multiple ChannelE2E interviews, Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins & lieutenants describe Cisco’s overall endpoint, network & cloud security partner strategy.

Cisco Service Provider Business Further Weakens

As Cisco Systems’ (CSCO) service provider revenues weaken, the company’s SaaS revenues accelerate. But is that enough?

IBM Watson Surfaces at ConnectWise IT Nation 2016

CrushBank, backed by MSP veterans, has built an IT service desk atop IBM Watson technology. Can it turn heads at ConnectWIse IT Nation 2016?

OpenDNS Branding Drives Toward Cisco Umbrella for MSPs

Cisco Systems (CSCO), as expected, is evolving the OpenDNS brand. Keep a close eye on Umbrella for MSPs, and potential milestones at Cisco Partner Summit & ConnectWise IT Nation.

Coffee Thursday

5 Channel Partner Updates: 14 July 2016

Updates involve Continuum, OpenDNS, Ransomware, Breach Secure Now, Securematics, NaviSite, LogicNow, Sinequa, Veeam, Zendesk, HTG Peer Groups & more.

Cisco Umbrella Security: What It Means to OpenDNS Partners

Cisco’s Umbrella security efforts offer potential upside to channel partners, including OpenDNS managed services providers (MSPs). Here’s why.

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 29 June 2016

Today’s channel partner updates involve EOIR acquired, Cisco Systems buys CloudLock, The Hackett Group, Hortonworks, Microsoft Azure, Veeam Software & more.

Will Facebook, Microsoft Chat Bots Reinvent MSP Help Desks?

Chat bots from Microsoft, Facebook and Kik sound futuristic. But the virtual agents are going mainstream… perhaps even reinventing IT service desks.

Palo Alto Networks Refuses to Rest on Security Laurels

Channel Chief Ron Myers fine-tunes partner program in time for Ignite 2016 conference. Key Palo Alto alliance with PwC also emerges.

Coffee Friday

5 Channel Partner Updates 11 March 2016

Today’s updates involve Dell, Ubuntu, Barton George, Front Range Internet Inc., HPE, Azure, OpenDNS, LogicNow, StorageCraft & Office 365 migration mistakes.