OVHcloud recently added domain names and web hosting offers to dedicated servers, private cloud and public cloud offerings. Read more to find out how the french cloud firm is looking to expand its presence in Canada.
The MSP subreddit has been busy. Let’s take a look at some of the top discussions. And…
Avaya today announced the global expansion and general availability of Avaya Cloud Office by RingCentral in Australia, Canada, and the U.K.
Microsoft Azure is entering its heavy metal phase.
CompTIA’s seventh annual virtual conference Aug. 4-6 will feature a meaty educational program and industry experts chiming in on the impact the pandemic has had on the channel, and where the market is headed for the rest of the year and beyond.
Distributor Ingram Micro has picked up a new partner in Toronto-based cloud accounting and invoicing company Freshbooks this week.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is following through on its promise to enhance its cloud platform GreenLake into a full-scale cloud services market, and much more
This week’s Reddit roundup features some laughs, as well as some insight into recent phishing attacks that use Black Lives Matter material to trick users. Oh, and pre-billing.
While Veeam’s annual flagship conference VeeamON wasn’t in Las Vegas, it still drew more than 20,000 registrants and a bevy of announcements.
It’s *checks notes* Thursday, June 18! But what is time? Who knows anymore. Here are some of this week’s top conversations from the MSP subreddit.
Dell Technologies this morning announced the launch of a new unified unstructured storage array line called Dell EMC PowerScale.
Expect to see a lot more SAS in Microsoft Azure’s cloud portfolio in the coming months and years.
Global IT and network integrator NEC Corp. this morning announced the general availability of its unified communications as a service (UCaaS) and contact centre as a service (CCaaS) solutions for Canadian businesses.
The Canadian IT channel community has rallied together in recent weeks to support other partners and their…
MSPs on Reddit talk ticket headaches, taking on experienced clients, and a ConnectWise vulnerability
It’s another MSP subreddit roundup!