Arctiq Wins Innovation Partner of the Year from Red Hat(12 Oct 2018)
Arctiq Inc. is proud to announce they have been named North American Commercial Innovation Partner of the Year by Red Hat Inc., the world’s leading provider of open source solutions. In addition to receiving awards at back-to-back North American Partner Conferences, Arctiq also received a salute from Red Hat Canada for Outstanding Performance and Partnership.
Self-Healing Network Automation(27 Jul 2018)
Once the deployment and maintenance of your network is automated and version controlled, the next step is to build logic in the software stack that can recognize change and failures...
Access Anywhere: Seamless and Secure Cloud Based Networking(06 Jan 2018)
If you have been in the industry for any length of time, you've used your share of Virtual Private Networks (VPN's), battled with client profile configuration, updates and of course multi-vendor client or driver interoperability issues. Connectivity needs to be seamless and available anywhere with the same user experience and predictable performance. Find out about a new offering from our friends at Meta Networks that does just this with a globally available overlay leveraging a centralized policy enforcement engine.
Arctiq Hits a Grand Slam with CDN Channel Elite Service Organization of the Year(28 Sep 2017)
Arctiq Inc., is proud to announce they have been named Best Service Organization in Canada by CDN and IT World Canada, Canada’s top IT channel publication, in CDN’s 15th Annual Channel Elite Awards. The winners were announced at CDN’s Channel Elite Awards gala on September 27, 2017.
Arctiq Wins Red Hat Canada Partner of the Year Award(29 Mar 2017)
Arctiq, Inc. is proud to announce they have been named Canadian Partner of the Year by Red Hat, Inc., the world's leading provider of open source solutions. This award is part of the annual Red Hat North American Partner Awards, which were announced on March 28 at the 2017 Red Hat North American Partner Conference in Las Vegas.
OpenShift on Azure... Eh ?(05 Dec 2016)
There have been a few options over the past year or so but those offerings looked much more like a traditional managed service offering than a real 'Cloud' IMHO. Personally I always felt that Amazon EC2 would be the first to open their doors to Canadians but Microsoft beat them across the boarder.