Partners looking for new products and services to sell need look no further than this one-stop slide show.
Featured here are a collection of January’s new offerings, as well as existing services that are available for the first time through new outlets that solution providers will find useful.
Among the highlights are products offered through CenturyLink’s Cloud Marketplace, as well as distributors Tech Data and Ingram Micro. They range from cloud to analytics, security to networking.
Click through our slide show to learn more about these products.
Looking for more new products and services? Check out our recap from last month.
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Polycom‘s RealPrescence Clariti collaboration infrastructure software supports collaboration ecosystems and offers a streamlined licensing model that now includes subscription and perpetual models. Customers will have multiple options for deploying RealPresence Clariti, including on-premises, through hybrid or hosted Internet-as-a-Service offerings from partners, or directly in their own cloud networks.
Read more about Clariti here.
Now that Netwrix is participating in the CenturyLink Cloud Marketplace Provider Program, the company’s Auditor is available to businesses via the Marketplace. Netwrix Auditor is designed to help strengthen security and enforce internal IT controls by monitoring privileged user activities.
This is where to read more about Netwrix Auditor.
Dell’s new Wyse ThinOS 8.2 offers Lync 2010, Lync 2013 and the Skype for Business client for Lync 2015 (UI mode) via the Citrix HDX RealTime Optimization Pack. Dell also released a new version of its Dell Appliance for Wyse – Citrix, a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) appliance which simplifies and merges the server, storage and networking components required to deploy a Citrix environment into a 2U module that starts small and provides scale-out capabilities for up to 5,000 users with Citrix XenDesktop.
Click here to read more about Dell’s new thin clients.
Under the terms of their relationship, Ingram Micro will market, sell and support CloudPhysics‘ solution, which makes it possible for VMware users to preempt and eliminate operational hazards that threaten to disrupt IT operations and applications. CloudPhysics says it gives vSphere teams the confidence to act boldly to reduce risk and waste without compromising the safety of the virtual infrastructure or the applications it supports.
Learn more about the CloudPhysics offering here.
Tech Data will provide KoolSpan’s suite of solutions to its partner base as part of a new agreement between the tech distributor and the provider of mobile security. It’ll be done through Tech Data’s Mobile Solutions & Retail division. KoolSpan’s security and privacy solutions address the growing threat of loss or theft of intellectual property, vital information and proprietary assets.
More info about KoolSpan’s services and its relationship with Tech Data can be found here.
Cloud Cruiser said its new app is aimed at measuring consumption on multi-cloud platforms. The cloud analytics software provider said Cloud Cruiser 16 will allow customers to optimize the delivery of cloud services to the business by metering usage by user, eliminating waste and driving business value.
Want to learn more about Cloud Cruiser 16? It’s here.
TSO Logic said its Cloud Enablement platform fills the knowledge gap by providing transparency and automation in both cloud and on-premises environments. The analytical insights can be shared with third-party cloud and cloud-migration platforms via TSO Logic’s Cloud Enablement API.
Click here for the full scoop on TSO Logic’s platform.
Bromium and NTT Com Security, a Bromium premier channel partner, are teaming strategically to deliver the former’s complete endpoint protection solution to businesses and governments worldwide, offering zero-day protection and forensic threat analysis. NTT Com Security provides information-security consulting and technical professional services to the companies’ mutual customers.
More about Bromium’s endpoint protection service is here.
The “pure-play” security vendor released two new appliances, both designed to “protect high-end enterprise and data-center networks.” The 15000 and 23000 Series appliances address the need for increased cybersecurity and protections, including zero-day protection, in order to safeguard the entire enterprise from current and future threats, Check Point said.
Read more about Check Point’s new appliance series here.
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