Burlington ON-based TNG is playing a key role in expanding CloudJumper’s presence in Canada, and thinks that the DaaS and WaaS markets in Canada are ready for strong growth this year.
At Citrix Summit this week, NComputing will be displaying a new device, the RX-HDX+, to strengthen their enterprise platform, and is looking to make major gains this year in the enterprise, with strategic partner Citrix, as well as in the SME space, with an aggressive push of their Verde offering into the MSP market.
A standalone SaaS product drawn from their Fugue Platform, Risk Manager is a cloud-native monitoring and compliance enforcement solution that establishes good baseline configuration in regulatory environments, monitors drift from them, and has the ability to use automated remediation to correct drift if the customer wants that.
The new product has been rebranded as SolarWinds ARM, which may confuse some who think SolarWinds has gone into chip-making, but the company is emphasizing that in addition to being a simple tool to manage internal user access, it is also extremely inexpensive compared to the market. It will be sold through SolarWinds MSP as well.