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Infinigate’s acquisition of Nuvias
There is more distributor M&A on the horizon. Channel Futures this week reported that cybersecurity distributor Infinigate is to acquire Nuvias Group’s cybersecurity and networking business to create “a pan-European cybersecurity powerhouse.”
Infinigate says the merger will establish it as the leading cybersecurity distributor in Europe. This will be based on increased relevance, a larger geographical footprint and an extended vendor portfolio.
The deal will create a footprint across 21 countries and an anticipated 1.4 billion Euro in revenue by 2023. It will bolster the presence of Infinigate in the U.K., France, Benelux and Nordics. It will also cover Southern Europe and enable the company to enter the Eastern European market.
SHI’s security incident
Channel firm SHI was this week struck by a “security incident”, causing major disruption to the company by forcing its staff offline.
In a statement on its website, the firm said it had become the victim of a “coordinated and professional malware attack” over the Fourth of July holiday weekend – but measures had been taken to limit the impact.
The New Jersey, US-based company was keen to stress it had found no evidence that customer data or supply chain systems had been compromised, reported IT Pro.
“Thanks to the quick reactions of the security and IT teams at SHI, the incident was swiftly identified and measures were enacted to minimise the impact on SHI’s systems and operations,” the message read.
N-able’s Spinpanel acquisition
N-able is seeking to take its Microsoft cloud business to the next level for its massive MSP community with the acquisition of Spinpanel, which specializes in managing, automating and selling Microsoft 365 and Azure solutions, reported CRN US.
“We believe the addition of Spinpanel to our team will help our partners optimize the value of their Microsoft Cloud products and, in turn, give Spinpanel customers access to a wider array of IT management and security solutions,” said N-able President and CEO John Pagliuca in a statement Wednesday.
Founded in 2015 as a cloud service provider (CSP) spin-off, Spinpanel is used by a growing number of Microsoft partners to help reduce complexity and profitably scale their Microsoft business.
The Netherlands-based company owns a multitenant Microsoft 365 management and automation platform built for Microsoft CSPs to automate the provisioning, security and management of all Microsoft tenants, users and licenses in a single consolidated hub.
Author: Christine Horton
Publish Date: 08/07/2022 17:32
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