The acquisition is the first step in what Arcserve describes as a 12-month process to build the industry’s first “disaster avoidance” solution for mid-market companies with both hybrid cloud and cloud-only deployment options.
Named Microsoft 365 and available soon, the new offering combines Microsoft’s Office 365, Enterprise Mobility + Security, and Windows 10 products in one integrated package priced at $20 per user per month for SMBs.
With Observables’ patent-pending IOBOT software as a service (SaaS) and AlwaysON platform, dealers can offer end users subscription options.
While InfoComm 2017 showed off enough products to build an entire technology system, digital signage products are always main attractions on the show floor.
Check out Prysm in booth #2575 at InfoComm 2017 to see its digital workplace platform, Prysm Go and other corporate solutions.
Announced at Infocomm 2017, InFocus ConX ecosystem offers cloud-based video conferencing services to a broad array of software and hardware endpoints, and enables real-time collaboration.
Check out Bogen in booth #5861 at InfoComm 2017 to see its Nyquist IP-based communications platform and ALA-C1 linear array column loudspeaker.
The hosted business application provider has successfully migrated 500,000 users to the new email protection platform, which replaces software from McAfee.
The WovenContent advanced user experience enables seamless access to a collection of thousands of premium HD and 4K video clips.
Synchronoss has joined Microsoft’s Cloud Storage Partner Program and become a Gold-Certified Partner, now sets its sights on Intralinks VIA and Office 365 integration.