Hello everyone, and welcome back to Distribution Watch. This week we're showcasing the latest news from Jenne Inc., D&H and Tech Data.

Michael Cusanelli, Associate Editor

March 3, 2016

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Distribution Watch: Jenne Inc., D&H, Tech Data

Hello everyone, and welcome back to Distribution Watch. This week we're showcasing the latest news from Jenne Inc., D&H and Tech Data (TECD).

Jenne: Jenne Inc. channel partners can now sell Vidyo’s video collaboration solutions to North American customers thanks to an agreement between the companies that was announced on Monday.

Vidyo said it hopes its partnership with Jenne will introduce the company's products to a wider swath of enterprise and SMB customers, according to the announcement.

"Video collaboration has become more mainstream and more critical in many customer applications,” said Dave Johnson, CEO, Jenne, Inc., in a statement. “Jenne's partners are looking to Jenne for more complete solutions across multiple Industries. We are excited to partner with Vidyo to capture this growing market."

D&H: Our friends in Harrisburg are offering partners the opportunity to receive training and product-based offerings surrounding its new portfolio of “Next Generation Computing” solutions, the company announced recently. The new product portfolio includes Intel’s 6th Generation Core microprocessor chips as well as Microsoft Windows 10.

Training sessions will be available in person during this month’s West Coast Technology Show on March 10 in Industry Hills, CA, which will include two sessions presented by Lenovo and Intel, according to the announcement.

“Productivity, collaboration and performance have taken a leap forward with these new technologies, and the repercussions extend across a range of devices and protocols,” said Jeff Davis, senior vice president of sales at D&H.  “We want to help resellers communicate this message, so they can not only profit from the sales opportunity, but speed adoption of these new capabilities in the business community.”

Tech Data: Tech Data’s North American partners can now sell StoreCraft Technology’s backup and disaster recovery solutions via a new distribution agreement, according to an announcement made on Tuesday.

Beginning immediately, Tech Data partners have access to the StoreCraft ShadowProtect software portfolio, which includes StoreageCraft ShadowProtect SPX. The partnership is expected to extend StoreCraft’s reach and market growth opportunities in North America.

"As malicious cyber activity and business-disrupting natural disasters continue to make headlines, it's more important than ever for businesses to have a comprehensive disaster recovery plan in place,” said Brian Davis, senior vice president, U.S. Marketing at Tech Data. “Through this new agreement, Tech Data's dedicated team of data protection and security experts will help StorageCraft broaden its reach in the IT channel while helping our resellers find the right solutions for their end users."   

That’s all for now, folks. We’ll see you back here next week, but until then, keep on distributing.

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Michael  Cusanelli

Associate Editor, Penton Technology Group, Channel

Michael Cusanelli is the associate editor for Penton Technology’s channel properties, including The VAR Guy, MSPmentor and Talkin' Cloud. He has written articles and produced video for Newsday.com and is a graduate of Stony Brook University's School of Journalism in New York. In his spare time Michael likes to play video games, watch sci-fi movies and participate in all things nerdy. He can be reached at [email protected]


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