Companies that do business in the channel didn’t take December off from unveiling new products and services that partners can sell either now or in the future.
Unify, HP, BroadSoft and Dell Boomi were among the telecom and IT players to debut services ranging from security to cloud, SD-WAN to networking management — and beyond.
Click through our gallery to stay up to speed on what’s on the cutting edge. Your customers will appreciate it, and your bottom line could too.
Looking for more new products and services? Check out our recap from last month.
Dell Boomi announced a new version of its integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS), which helps businesses integrate data across applications in hybrid IT environments. The company said the latest release will help Boomi customers build connected businesses more efficiently.
Read about the new features here.
StorageCraft introduced Cloud Backup for Microsoft Office 365, which gives protection for MicrosoftExchange, calendars and contacts, OneDrive, SharePoint and publicly shared folders. The company said SaaS users are in need of the ability to recover the files that they accidentally overwrite or delete.
Read more from StorageCraft.
The platform provides transparency into Whoa.com’s intrusion detection and intrusion prevention offerings at all times to protect the company’s business clients’ infrastructure from cyber threats. The company also provides tools to generate and download blocked threat reports for compliance needs or internal use as needed.
Read more here.
EventTracker, the security information and event management (SIEM) provider, launched SIEMphonic, a managed security service. SIEMphonic is based on the EventTracker platform, which is deployed either on-prem or in the cloud. Uses includes SIEM, intrusion detection, vulnerability scanning and threat intelligence.
Learn more in EventTracker’s release.
IT management solution providerÂ Kaseya announced PSA Migrator, a solution for migrating from legacy professional services automation (PSA) solutions to Kaseya Business Management Solution (BMS). The BMS is said to give MSPs control over sales, marketing, human resources, client project management and IT service delivery.
Read the full announcement.Â
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February 15 2019 @ 14:45:26 UTC