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  • 24 February 2021

    LogicMonitor adds APM and error checking to its portfolio with acquisition of Airbrake

    The company has acquired application error checking and performance monitoring startup Airbrake. This adds much-needed and desirable APM capabilities to the LogicMonitor portfolio while expanding the path to market with developers.

  • 24 February 2021

    Arcserve combines with StorageCraft to take on a highly competitive data-protection market

    The deal is the latest example of consolidation in the data-protection space, where only the strong are likely to survive over the long haul. The new company will continue to be 100% channel-focused and suited to handle opportunities ranging from SMBs to large enterprises and MSPs.

  • 24 February 2021

    HPE buys CloudPhysics for data-driven workload placement intelligence

    The target, a VMware specialist, offers quick assessments of customer environments and models the impact and cost of shifting VMs or clusters to different venues. The deal is part of a larger initiative to give HPE partners and resellers a foot in the door with buyers seeking a customized view of potential ROI for digital transformation.

  • 24 February 2021

    Cloud-native 5G stand-alone core systems will bring ample disruption and opportunity

    5G's best features become possible with stand-alone core networks that rely heavily on the use of cloud-native technologies and development processes. 5GSA will be a tipping point where telecom operators are forced to radically cloudify their core network operations. Over the next several years, the telecom market will offer some of the most complex challenges and richest rewards to the cloud-native ecosystem.

  • 24 February 2021

    Coverage Initiation: Starship zooms past one million autonomous deliveries worldwide

    For years high labor costs have prevented groceries and restaurants from doing delivery at scale. The unit economics simply didn't work for small-basket values. Starship wants to automate last-mile delivery to drive delivery costs as low as possible.

  • 24 February 2021

    Veeam looks to accelerate growth with latest Backup & Replication v11 launch

    The cloud data management and protection specialist closed out its second consecutive year with bookings over $1bn. The launch of its Veeam Backup & Replication v11 provides features such as continuous data protection, enhanced archiving to the cloud, and additional ransomware protection to expand the vendor's reach.

  • 24 February 2021

    StrikeForce introduces SafeVchat and PrivacyLok to enable secure and private remote collaboration

    Looking to address the security requirements of remote workers, the cybersecurity company recently introduced a secure and private videoconferencing platform and a desktop privacy protection suite that protect users from eavesdropping spyware and commonly exploitable computing processes.

  • 24 February 2021

    Coverage Initiation: InCountry declares ?no place like home' with data residency as a service

    Data protection and privacy regulations continue to multiply across jurisdictions, and a common requirement is for location-specific management and processing of data. Data maintained within a region's borders makes for easier enforcement of law. However, it can create problems with enterprise technology adoption and use. InCountry is looking to change that by offering data residency as a service.

  • 24 February 2021

    Palo Alto Networks rebrands Cloudgenix as Prisma SD-WAN

    Many of Palo Alto's security competitors have also added their own SD-WAN products, in addition to maintaining tentative partnerships. In response, technology and integration partners are creating their own SASE services that will complete with Prisma Access.

  • 24 February 2021

    Workforce Productivity & Collaboration Market Monitor: CPaaS

    Communications Platform as a Service (CPaaS) entails a cloud-based platform that enables developers to add real-time communications features to their own applications without needing to build back-end infrastructure and interfaces. The business communications landscape is largely defined by a framework that looks at broad, distinct product categories, including unified communications and contact center solutions. In the last 10 years, the underlying premise for this framework has been increasingly challenged by disruptive models for delivering business communications, such as CPaaS and the emergence of mobile messaging and digital channels, which are providing alternatives to traditional business communications for customer engagement and employee productivity and collaboration.This report leverages 451 Research's deep knowledge of and relationships within the CPaaS market, resulting in a proprietary forecast based on a bottom-up analysis of 57 vendors' current revenue and growth expectations through 2025. Included is an overview of the CPaaS market and two subsegments, market and subsegment revenue estimates and growth forecasts, and a detailed analysis of the CPaaS competitive landscape by product portfolio.