Cloud computing, in theory, is exceedingly profitable because of recurring revenue and deep customer entanglement. However, the CEO of collaboration service Box believes the proliferation of applications ultimately means lower returns to vendors and resellers.
Mike Foreman of AVG Technologies discusses the company’s plans to work its CloudCare offering in with Managed Workplace from Level Platforms, and much more.
Prosecutors allege in a Systemax indictment that Carl Fiorentino steered more than $230M in business to suppliers in return for kickbacks.
Activist investor Carl Icahn stays in the mix with a $16 billion tender offer as a letter insinuates Dell has not run a reasonable go-to-market process.
Resellers of storage and security vendor Barracuda Networks have some new options for cloud-based recovery and high-performance Web content filtering.
Todd Bradley moves from heading up HP’s PPS division to being EVP of strategic growth initiatives, building HP’s channel and business in China.
AVG Technologies’ Mike Foreman on why the anti-virus company purchased Level Platforms, working with security rivals on its new RMM platform, and getting in front of Level’s top MSPs at this week’s Level Platforms Community Summit in Las Vegas.
Global government IT spend has been revised downward for 2013, as continuing weak economic growth around the world takes its toll.
In a world driven by infrastructure consolidation and cloud, a flexible unified architecture from Enterasys Networks aims to automate the data center fabric.
The India Securities Appellate Tribunal overturned an order that would have compelled debt-ridden Zenith Infotech to post a multimillion-dollar security bond to continue trading on the Mumbai exchange. The ruling means the company can continue raising money through stock sales.