Datto has launched a program to provide support and resources for vendors that want to integrate their solutions with the back-up and disaster recovery vendor.
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Dell Boomi wants to leverage its relationship with its parent company, Dell Technologies, in a way it promises will benefit partners.
Australian-founded software powerhouse Atlassian has entered into an agreement to acquire enterprise agile planning software provider AgileCraft in a deal valued at US$166 million.
Deloitte has acquired Converging Data Australia, a Sydney-based risk consulting business with expertise in Splunk technologies.
F5 Networks has entered into a definitive agreement to buy Telstra-backed web server Nginx in a deal valued at US$670 million.
Okta has entered into an agreement to acquire Azuqua, a cloud-based business application integration and workflow automation provider, for up to $74.5 million.
Data protection vendor Veritas has acquired US-headquartered Aptare, a provider of analytic solutions for hybrid cloud environments.
Huawei has confirmed it filed a complaint in the US federal court arguing that the ban the US government has imposed on its products goes against its own constitution.
Tesserent has signed a deal with Nucleus Cyber that will see the MSSP distribute and sell the vendor's security solution across Australia, New Zealand and Asia.
Ping Identity has announced a new channel program that provides more structure, improved training programs and a clear formal engagement process.
Application delivery software vendor Kemp Technologies has updated its global channel program and application experience (AX) partner ecosystem.
Data analytics software vendor Splunk has announced it will stop selling software and services to organisations in Russia, including through partners.
Micro Focus has acquired security analytics software vendor Interset as it expands its cyber security capabilities.
Rhipe has closed the first half of the 2019 financial year with $3 million NPAT, or 181 per cent growth compared to the previous period.
Intel and Ericsson have partnered in order to align their ongoing developments of Ericsson's software-defined infrastructure (SDI) and Intel's Rack Scale Design.