TORONTO - Nutanix is causing quite a stir in the Canadian marketplace with its data centre in-a-box solution. The San Jose, Calif.-based hyper-convergence and virtual platform vendor was in Toronto at the Citrix conference.
SAN FRANCISCO — VMware Inc. released a new desktop/mobile management suite that will bring together cloud platforms it has recently acquired and its own cloud layer technology into a single console. At its
The advantage of virtualization is that it lets administrators put virtual machines anywhere in the cloud. The disadvantage of virtualization is that unless secured they can be copied by anyone and taken anywhere.
Trend Micro Inc. has introduced a global partner program and a channel conference to go along with it. The channel program is expected to be made available to the more than 50,000 Trend Micro channel partners
Data centre infrastructure and storage vendor Nutanix is looking to make a trade. San Jose, Calif.-based Nutanix, which has Canadian offices in Toronto, has developed a trade-up program targeted at customers with expiring Vblock
NComputing Inc., a client virtualization solutions provider, has unveiled a new desktop-as-a-servic e (DaaS) solution aimed towards small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) and delivered through service providers. The new solution is geared towards helping
Citrix Systems Inc. quickly brought its channel strategy into focus during its conference last week, reinforcing it’s going to keep working with the channel to reach its customers. During its Synergy conference in
LAS VEGAS - The channel is about to find out that EMC Corp. has strength in numbers. Those numbers being its federation companies VMware, RSA, EMC II (Information Infrastructure) and Pivotal. And you can
TORONTO – Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) Canada's cloud message for the channel took flight today as the vendor used SkyService’s airplane hangar near Pearson International Airport to release three new products that are
Efforts by CompuCom Canada to expand its portfolio with new private cloud and virtualization offerings paid off very well in 2013. The 20-year-old Mississauga, Ont.-based IT solutions and services company reported a revenue
Dell Inc. recently launched two new products which the company says will help customers meet the growing demands of virtualization, changing traffic patterns as well as the workload needs created by cloud-based and