Softcat is partnering with the cloud visibility and enablement company Skyhigh Networks, with a view to providing its business customers with more comprehensive asset management and greater visibility and control of their employees’ cloud access and usage.
In a new feature for Softcat News, Softcat’s presales team and all-round tech gurus report on some of the significant news to cross their desks in the last month.
Softcat's Solutions Director Sam Routledge talks to Nick Dalby from their Storage Technical Practice to understand more about Symantec's latest release; BackUp Exec 2014.
Softcat has been announced as Premier Partner of the Year for the seventh year running by Mimecast, a leader in enterprise cloud services for the protection and management of corporate human generated data.
Softcat’s awards cabinet is bulging this month with the addition of yet another partner of the year award. The Check Point ‘European Growth Partner of the Year’ award follows similar recent accolades from Sophos, Barracuda and ESET.
Data security leader Sophos has awarded Softcat its prestigious ‘Partner of the Year UK & Ireland’ and ‘Mid-market Partner of the Year’ awards following a year of flourishing growth, which saw Softcat become Sophos’ largest revenue partner in the UK.
Softcat’s award cabinet is filling up quickly this month, with the recent additions of two ‘partner of the year’ awards from Barracuda and ESET. The awards follow a booming financial year, which saw 30% growth and revenues of £398m.
Softcat has won the ‘Best Partner Experience’ award from Becrypt at its third annual partner awards held at a reception at InfoSec Europe.
James Baker, former EMEA product management director at Insight, has confirmed that he will join Softcat’s ranks in two months’ time as Alliance Director, where he will be heading up the management and optimisation of Softcat’s key vendor relationships.
The Crown Commercial Service (CCS), formerly the Government Procurement Service (GPS), has today confirmed several changes to its existing frameworks. The frameworks, CITHS (Commoditised IT Hardware & Software), ITHS (IT Hardware & Solutions), SPRINT II, and Software Application Solutions have so far enabled public sector customers to make significant savings on bulk IT purchases, but with new frameworks looming and the existing ones expiring, customers will need to move fast if they want to benefit from this route to market.