Aqua Security announces 60 per cent growth in UK channel driven revenue

Cloudy security outfit Aqua Security has declared yet another year of remarkable channel growth – reaching more than 60 per cent.
The Aqua Advantage programme, spearheaded by Jeannette Lee Heung, Senior Director of Global Channel & Alliances, has played a pivotal role in propelling this positive trend. more»

 

Tech titans take charge of Saepio to fuel European expansion.

Security outfit Saepio has been snapped up by industry heavyweights Amir Nooriala and Daniel Cardenas-Clark. The duo, known for their tech prowess, have joined forces as co-CEOs following a meticulous investor search. They are set to co-pilot the company’s ascent in Europe. more»

 

Arrow puts Copilot for Microsoft 365 on ArrowSphere Cloud

Arrow Electronics is providing Copilot for Microsoft 365 via ArrowSphere Cloud, making it readily available to channel partners in EMEA.
Additionally, they are offering a dedicated enablement programme designed to assist resellers in accelerating their opportunities with Copilot.
Launched in the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) programme in January, Copilot for Microsoft 365 uses generative AI and natural language processing to enhance user productivity and creativity. more»

 

Vole jacks up Dynamics 365 prices

Software King of the World Microsoft is about to crank up their Dynamics 365 suite prices by an eye-watering average of 12 per cent, or a hefty £13.60 per user or device each month.
As Vole pumps in more fancy generative AI magic, it also pumps up costs. more»

 

Cyber watchdogs Sophos and Tenable unite to launch ‘managed risk’ service

Cybersecurity giant Sophos and exposure whiz Tenable have joined forces, unleashing ‘Managed Risk’—a service for global organisations to fend off cyber nasties.
This service is the new sheriff in town, harnessing the power of Tenable’s One Exposure Management Platform. It aims to keep cyber threats at bay with top-notch attack visibility, continuous risk monitoring, and proactive alerts. more»

 

CloudClevr catches Twisted Fish IT

CloudClevr has just snapped up Twisted Fish IT, marking its fourth high-profile M&A.
The Rigby Tech-backed powerhouse is on a shopping spree, having already bagged NGC Networks, 4Sight Communications, and Bamboo Technology Group.
Twisted Fish boss Ben Woodhouse was delighted to conclude the deal with CloudClevr and will stay on as managing director, alongside his leadership team, to drive the next level of growth within our business. more»

 

IT bigwigs ready to jump ship

A survey by Irish outfit Auxilion has revealed that more than 39 per cent of Britain’s IT honchos are plotting to leave their current jobs within the next two years.
The lowdown, dished out by Censuswide, is based on a sample of 100 IT decision-makers from UK firms with a hefty 250+ employees. more»

 

Mooney ditches Crayon and returns to Bytes

Crayon UK managing director Hayley Mooney is jumping ship and leaving the chilly Nordic MSP behind for a sizzling at Bytes Technology Group as the new chief commercial officer.
Mooney’s gearing up to take the reins in July, but she’s not rushing in. more»

 

Keepit partners with Equinox for new data centres

Cloudy backup outfit  Keepit has announced the opening of its first two data centres in Switzerland.
Keepit has strategically partnered with Equinix to operate its new data centres in Switzerland. This collaboration ensures that Keepit can provide a data storage solution that fully complies with Swiss laws and regulations, catering to the needs of businesses both inside and outside Switzerland. more»

 

Public Sector IT is broken by its tendering system

Zeus Cloud CEO Mark Grindey has warned that public sector IT services are no longer fit for purpose due to its poor tendering system.
He said that reports of constant security breaches, unacceptable downtime, epidemic overspending, and delays in vital service innovation that would reduce costs and improve citizen experience have become rampant. more»