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  • January 18, 2019 18 Jan'19

    AWS launches backup service for its cloud

    AWS Backup gives customers management and orchestration tools to simplify snapshots for a variety of Amazon services. The move follows AWS' acquisition of migration and backup vendor CloudEndure.

  • January 18, 2019 18 Jan'19

    DXC, Citrix partner on Saab digital workspace platform

    A digital workspace platform at Saab combines components from DXC, a global systems integrator, and Citrix, which sees opportunities beyond virtualization; more news from the week.

  • January 16, 2019 16 Jan'19

    Veeam hints at expansion after landing $500M funding

    The data management player already boasts 60,000 partners globally and is looking at giving them more products and markets to sell and focus on.

  • January 15, 2019 15 Jan'19

    Ryuk has earned $3.7 million in ransomware payments

    Cybersecurity vendors CrowdStrike and FireEye both published new research that shows an increase in Ryuk ransomware attacks on enterprises, which have earned hackers $3.7 million.

  • January 14, 2019 14 Jan'19

    AWS snares CloudEndure for DR, backup, VM migration

    Amazon Web Services purchases startup CloudEndure to bolster application and data migration, backup, and disaster recovery services for enterprise customers.

  • January 11, 2019 11 Jan'19

    Cisco readies ACI controller for AWS

    An AWS version of the Cisco ACI controller set to launch this quarter brings consistency in fabric management between private data centers and Amazon's public cloud.

  • January 11, 2019 11 Jan'19

    RMM software vendor Pulseway gains traction in MSP market

    MSPs can expect Pulseway to add machine learning-based features and third-party integrations to its RMM software in 2019; other news from the week.

  • January 09, 2019 09 Jan'19

    SAP changes workforce vendor pecking order

    SAP inks reseller agreement with Kronos, and now offers two third-party workforce management platforms. Analysts say that could be both good and bad for customers.

  • January 08, 2019 08 Jan'19

    Cloud, data management lead 2019 IT storage priorities

    Data management -- on premises and in the cloud -- appears on the rise as a 2019 spending priority for storage pros, while flash arrays and converged infrastructure may have peaked.

  • January 04, 2019 04 Jan'19

    AWS preps app suite for deeper customer engagement

    AWS wants to become more of a business advisor to its customers, and plans to provide more options thanks in part to an app suite currently in use by its in-house employees.

  • January 04, 2019 04 Jan'19

    Insight launches IaC offering to boost cloud operating model

    Insight Enterprises has created an infrastructure as code offering that the company said will help customers avoid creating a cloud operating environment from scratch.

  • January 03, 2019 03 Jan'19

    Five9 lands former Cisco executive as CTO

    Jonathan Rosenberg is now CTO and head of AI for the cloud contact center vendor Five9. Rosenberg was previously a top executive in Cisco's collaboration division.

  • January 02, 2019 02 Jan'19

    Huawei aims to be more resilient in 2019 amid challenges

    Huawei’s rotating chairman Guo Ping outlines the firm’s priorities to optimize its product portfolio, empower employees and build a more resilient business structure.

  • December 21, 2018 21 Dec'18

    Kaseya-IT Glue buyout won't sever ties with MSP software competitors

    The Kaseya-IT Glue acquisition, two years in the making, will not affect the IT documentation vendor's integrations with Kaseya's competitors, according to Kaseya CEO; other channel news from the week.

  • December 14, 2018 14 Dec'18

    Data tools players look to ride AWS cloud surge

    Third-party players looking to join Amazon Web Services' cloud data lineup tout hedges against cloud lock-in. The vendors must both compete and collaborate with the cloud leader.