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Today's update involves CompTIA rallying partners around IT security; a new way to monitor Amazon's cloud; what PSA and RMM become next; NOC services for unified communications and so much more...
Dan Holt, like so many former managed services providers (MSPs) who sell their companies, is getting back into the technology game. Here's a look back on Holt's M&A journey, and a look ahead at the app business he plans to unveil in October.
Venture capital funding doesn't guarantee long-term success. But these seven technology startups just raised ample cash -- and each of them is seeking to build a channel partner program.
The latest research suggests Hadoop adoption is accelerating for enterprise and big data applications. But Hadoop distribution providers like Cloudera, Hortonworks and MapR will need more channel partners to keep the momentum going. Here's why...
After Nines Inc. CEO Amy Katz explains the key conversations that helped to shape her outlook on life, family... and business.
Here's why Citrix, Mirantis and several other OpenStack-focused partners are promoting the open source cloud platform to big telecom network providers.
Telecom companies and their partners are getting excited (again) for smart home opportunities. What's different this time? The Internet of Things (IoT) is one obvious answer. But is it the right answer?
HP CEO Meg Whitman insists her company is "uniquely positioned" for the hybrid cloud and hybrid infrastructure era. But aren't IBM, Oracle, Dell, EMC and so many others saying the same thing?