Sophos launches managed services partner program

May 11, 2010
Nokia tops iPhone and BlackBerry (again)
The Register
Rik Myslewski writes about where Nokia, RIM and Apple sit in terms of smartphone marketshare.

“The top worldwide smartphone manufacturer – by a hefty margin – remains neither Apple nor Research in Motion but Nokia, according to the IDC’s latest Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker report. In a nutshell, the report places Nokia’s worldwide smartphone market share at 39.3 per cent, RIM’s at 19.4, and Apple’s at 16.1, all for the first calendar quarter of 2010.”

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Sony updates VAIO P Series with spring shades, accelerometer
ZD Net
Rachel King provides details about Sony’s new VAIO P Series of products.

“Sony is getting into the spring mood by adding a dash of bright colors to their new VAIO P Series portable computers. Yet, color isn’t the only lively upgrade on these eight-inch laptops. Sony is trying to boast the VAIO P computers as somewhere in between a laptop and a smartphone – yet refrains from labeling it as a ‘netbook.’ Weighing in at only 1.32 pounds and built with 3G support, these notebooks are surely ready to go anywhere.”

Sophos Launches Managed Services Provider Program
MSPmentor
Joe Panettieri writes about Sophos’ new managed services partner program.

“After several months of research and testing, Sophos – the endpoint security and anti-virus software provider – has launched a managed services partner program. The Sophos MSP partner program arrives only a few days after Apax Partners – a private equity firm – acquired majority control of Sophos. But Sophos Channel Chief Chris Doggett is assuring partners that the company’s channel focus remains intact.”

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