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.
Adobe has overhauled its Creative Cloud 2014 suite to include brand new features such as a redesigned personalised website on which users can view all products and seamlessly manage their team through an integrated admin console. The rebrand is the most significant since its last major update two years ago, when Creative Suite changed to Creative Cloud with the release of CS6.
Lanamark Inc., a global provider of collaborative analytics and design automation tools for IT sales and services organisations delivering cloud, storage and virtualisation solutions, today announced that VAR Softcat has won the 2013 Lanamark Partner of the Year Award.
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’s software asset management (SAM) team was thrilled yesterday when Microsoft singled out the reseller with its Worldwide SAM Partner of the Year award in recognition of a surge in Microsoft SAM business this year.
Adobe has launched beneficial updates to its Creative Cloud education enterprise agreements (EEAs) and device-based licensing for schools, colleges and universities. The changes provide Adobe Creative Cloud users with a fuller range of applications and reduced pricing.
Softcat backed up its commitment to independent sector education last week by sponsoring the inaugural Independent Schools Association (ISA) Awards.
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.
On Friday night, Softcat staff, friends, family and vendors poured into London’s prestigious Grosvenor House Hotel for the IT reseller’s annual charity May Ball. The event, which sold out weeks ago raised £236,000 for national children’s charity Dreams Come True.