Highlights include six new products, four of which are vertically focused around telcos, legal and financial services. A new Service Graph Connector programs for integrations is also part of the release.
Zoho Workplace is a suite of nine existing Zoho collaboration, productivity, and communications applications which have the advantage of being fully integrated with each other and with other Zoho business process apps.
Nutanix follows up their recent partnership with AWS with a second major cloud infrastructure partnership, designed to emphasize the importance of the company’s focus now on hybrid cloud infrastructure.
The Nutanix Channel Charter, introduced only two years ago, will run in parallel with the Elevate program until all partners have made their competency choices, with all partners being grandfathered under the Channel Charter benefits until then.
SaaS backup-as-a-service startup Clumio, which sells entirely through channel partners, hired its first Canada-based sales and engineering team this spring, and is seeing good results in the Canadian market.
Volterra has beefed up their VoltMesh service by adding load balancer, API gateway and web application firewall capabilities that will serve every cluster with centralized management and with end-to-end policy control and visibility.
BackupAssist anticipates that most of their SMB customers will continue to recover on-prem, but the cloud recovery option is designed to offer additional protection, at a price far less than DRaaS solutions.
Zoho BackToWork consists of six related modules, with a key one being an Employee Wellness module to define and score individuals, and use those scores to manage access and restrict individuals with failing scores from coming to work.
Pax8 is emphasizing that not only will Liongard improve the efficiency of IT documentation software, but their recent expansion of their platform capability complements other adjacent technologies, including providing integrated alerting.
More metrics which help identity and remedy issues in home environments have been added, and enhancements have been made to process optimization, dashboarders and the API builder. New vendor integrations have been added – with more on the way.
Most MSPs have chosen not to become involved in the UCaaS market, something Pax8 is trying to change, in the belief that their ecosystem can provide MSPs with more visibility than they have had from working directly with these vendors.
Sonrai uses workflow and role-based swimlanes to address identity and workload-related issues by automatically routing actions to cloud, security, audit or DevOps teams, or deploy remediation bots to address the issue, with the customer being able to determine how they want things handled.