Staff writer for IT World Canada and former community reporter. When not writing about the tech scene, Alex is playing or watching basketball, reading comics and looking up slow-cook meals. He’s also a massive fan of bow ties.
McAfee Inc. is refreshing its cyber-security portfolio and allowing customers to deploy their solutions on Amazon Web Services (AWS), the device-to-cloud cyber security company announced this week. The new portfolio, McAfee Mvision, is
Looking to become more partner friendly, Commvault touted multiple changes to its partner program yesterday, in addition to four new products. The enterprise backup, recovery and data management vendor is targeting its alliance
The Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC) is pleased with the latest cabinet shuffle in Ottawa, especially the appointment of Scott Brison as the country’s new minister of digital government. Brison, who is
Five years ago, Microsoft Corp.’s channel chief for Canada would have had a hard time believing that their partner community was helping build smart farms or park management solutions that scanned bears’ faces.
A smaller version of Dell EMC’s Integrated Data Protection Appliance that combines backup, replication and disaster recovery to the cloud is available now and aimed squarely at mid-market customers. The Dell EMC IDPA
Mid-market enterprises are the focus of Nutanix’s new channel partner program, and the company is also working with its partner Lenovo to make it easier for those customers to access new offerings. The
IT management software vendor SolarWinds announced today that it has acquired Trusted Metrics, a solution provider specializing in real-time threat monitoring and management. The two companies did not disclose the price of the
The workspace-as-a-service platform vendor CloudJumper today announced a new partnership with managed service provider (MSP) cooperative, The20. This means that CloudJumper’s Cloud Workspace platform and streaming app services are coming to The20’s network
Microsoft’s new Surface Go tablet isn’t doing anything dramatically different, but it is doing its best to appeal to a wider audience while competing directly with Apple’s latest iPad. The original Surface Pro