In one of Arcserve’s first major partnerships since the CA Technologies’ divestiture, the Minnesota-based data protection and recovery software vendor is providing Backup Manager UDP (unified data protection) to Ottawa-based N-able by SolarWinds.
Service provider Rogers has launched a data centre solutions operating unit. Called Rogers Data Centres, the majority of the data centres will be in Western Canada specifically Edmonton. Rogers also comfirmed that a
The upcoming N-Able 2013 Global Partner Summit in Scottsdale, Ariz., looks to be one of the more interesting conferences in the channel. Reason being is that N-Able as a new moniker: N-able by SolarWinds.