Cloud computing continues to gain widespread traction in Latin America with the current market predicted to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 26.1 percent over the period of 2013-2018.* As more and more businesses shift their existing infrastructure to the cloud, Ingram Micro is pleased to meet this growing demand with the addition of three best-in-class vendor solutions to its automated cloud services portfolio, the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace in Mexico.
Marked by innovation and channel success, Ingram Micro’s newly added solutions significantly enhance its Security and Communication & Collaboration cloud offerings and include:
• Dropbox for Business – Dropbox for Business is a leading provider of file sharing and collaboration services. Built on a highly scalable and secure infrastructure, Dropbox Business offers a centralized administration console for users to easily access, manage, and backup critical workloads across multiple devices, as well as seamless integration with hundreds of existing third-party solutions.
• Cirius – Cirius protects and secures internal and external communications through a powerful combination of secure email encryption, large file transfer, and advanced message control. Cirius makes it easy for users to share messages and files securely on any device, maintaining regulatory compliance and safeguarding proprietary data.
• BitTitan – Designed to support a seamless business transition, BitTitan delivers an automated end-to-end migration and onboarding experience for complementary cloud services such as Microsoft Office 365.
The Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace (https://mx.cloud.im/) is a leading automated cloud services platform that enables partners to purchase, provision, manage, and invoice cloud technology with ease.
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