The rapid growth in managed services and its impact on the channel in the UK will again come under the spotlight later this year.
Centrify, the vendor specialising in unified identity management across cloud, mobile and data centres has added an extra tier to its channel programme to cater for managed services providers.
The German giant has continued on its growth path in the third quarter of 2014. From July to September, the revenue increased 10.6% to €618.3m.
Fast-growing Dutch Internet and IT Service provider IT-Ernity Groep has acquired local cloud provider CloudVPS. It says Dutch customers prefer service providers who keep their data in the Netherlands.
Lower prices for cloud have not meant stability in infrastructure, and developers have rushed to meet demand, meaning that customers and their channels are faced with a vast range of potential solutions, all of which need security, management and associated tools.
Canopy , the Atos cloud powered by EMC and VMware, is trying to stoke up business through a survey saying what many CFOs already know: they are missing business opportunities by not having the right cloud apps and infrastructure in place.
Managed Services' balancing act - excellence and innovation The Managed Services and Hosting Summit showed how the market is changing
With the nature and expected growth of managed services one of the key discussion points at last week’s managed services and hosting summit, many think 2014 is the transition year, particularly for IT channels.
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