ManageEngine realigns its prices from Feb 2018
For over a decade ManageEngine continued to ramp up its product portfolio and increased their development teams from several hundred to several thousand staff but somehow they managed to avoid any significant price increases. From Feb this year there is going to be a global realignment of prices which will see an approximate 20% increase across the brand. Soft Solutions will honour any existing open quotes and also recognises there may be some existing opportunities with expired quotes which we can honour on a case by case basis but only until 23rd of Feb. ManageEngine is still committed to providing comprehensive IT management software at cost effective prices so please contact the ManageEngine team on
Three words to describe SolarWinds RMM? Proactive, Scalable and Profitable
The growth in the MSP market is showing no signs of slowing if the research is to be believed, but at the same time it’s important for service providers to stay competitive. Click here to learn why Christchurch based MSP Greg Adams from My IT Manager chose SolarWinds Remote Monitoring & Management to provide optimal service to their clients.
Avignon Tourisme Travels to New Heights with 3CX Software PBX
The city of Avignon in France is a bustling centre. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site it is a popular tourist location for those looking to soak up its rich history. This makes the Avignon Tourism Office, Avignon Tourisme, a busy place. With a main office and multiple additional sites they required a flexible, easy to deploy and robust PBX that could suit their needs. This is why the eventually settled on 3CX. In the words of Pascal Borel, Spokesperson for Avignon Tourisme; “Prior to 3CX, we had one PBX per establishment. Our previous system was not adapted to the new uses of telephony and was too expensive in operation.” You can read more about their journey here and why not contact the Soft Solutions VoIP team as well to find out how 3CX can help your customers.
Nuro rolls onto the scene
Two former ex-Google engineers have unveiled the first prototype of their short-range, self-driving delivery vehicle. Where this vehicle, nicknamed Nuro, differs from other competitors in the space is that instead of being a standard car retro fitted to be autonomous the Nuro is built from the ground up to be a self-driving robot capable of delivering goods to consumers. There are no traditional driving controls in the Nuro, or in fact any place for a human being. You can find out more about the Nuro here.
Supporting disadvantaged children through KidsCan
Soft Solutions is proud to be helping New Zealand to build a better future through KidsCan, a charity that provides basics such as food, raincoats, shoes, socks and basic hygiene items which enable children in low-decile schools to be more engaged in their education.
Learn more about KidsCan