5 Stories We Didn’t Get to Cover, Week Ending Aug. 21
Even in the dog days of summer, there’s always plenty of fresh IT news that floods The VAR Guy’s inbox each week—so much so, in fact, that we can barely keep up most days.
Even in the dog days of summer, there’s always plenty of fresh IT news that floods The VAR Guy’s inbox each week—so much so, in fact, that we can barely keep up most days. Here’s a rundown of some of the top stories this week that we wish we had time to write in full, but didn’t.
Lagrange Systems Joins Google Cloud Platform – Lagrange Systems, an Application Delivery Control and management solutions provider, announced it has joined the Google Cloud Platform as a technology partner, which will allow the company to integrate its CloudMaestro solution with the Google Cloud.
StorTrends Granted Three Patents for All-Flash Storage – Data storage company StorTrends was granted three U.S. Patents this week surrounding data deduplication, data migration and multiprotocol data transfers. The patents are expected to continue to improve industry standards for performance and price balance.
CompTIA Offers Sales Toolkit to Premier Members – CompTIA’s new sales toolkit is now available to its Premier Members after being previewed earlier this month by CompTIA ChannelCon 2015 attendees. The toolkit is valued at $5,000 and includes templates and tools to help companies grow their sales operations.
Relayware Publishes Channel Management Strategy eBook – Partner relationship management and partnering automation software provider Relayware released a free new eBook, “The Ultimate Guide to Channel Management,” which provides channel members with tips and tricks to increase their partner productivity and improve sales.
Bluebox Security To Provide Mobile App Security Through Open Distribution – Mobile app security and management software provider Bluebox Security has expanded its mobile security solutions with open distribution support. The switch to open distribution will allow companies to use their existing mobile investments to deliver Bluebox-secure apps to employees through private app stores, according to the announcement.