A trusted advisor survives and thrives because of the aura of confidence they’ve developed one successful engagement at a time. Come hear channel experts discuss the vital and fickle nature of trust and how CompTIA’s Trustmark can open market opportunities and help win new business.
Wireless mesh network vendor Firetide scored a corner-office coup this week, naming veteran Cisco executive John McCool as its new CEO. The move is part of Firetide’s push into high-growth government, commercial and industrial applications with its high-bandwidth mesh software and hardware technology.
Channel partners are wondering if they should care about the Tumblr acquisition. In fact, there’s a few good reasons for solution providers to acquaint themselves with with the blogging and social media platform and keep tabs on its progress should it fall under Yahoo’s control.
Hewlett-Packard Co. this week is taking aim at the growing storage needs of cash-strapped smaller businesses with a new SMB-focused storage system and an updated channel program to help resellers get the wares into the hands of their clients.
A survey by Dell and Intel finds startups and small businesses in the U.S. that harbor a bright outlook for sales and finances in the coming year are looking to technology investments to fuel their continued growth.
Westcon is attempting to fill the needs gap in BYOD solutions to help partners take advantage of the burgeoning mobility market with a subscription-based, easy-to-deploy package that aims to take some of the complexity and risk out of BYOD initiatives. Is this a glimpse of the future of distribution?
The executive rumblings that shook up channel leadership at unified communications stalwart ShoreTel Inc. are apparently reverberating all the way to the corner office as CEO Peter Blackmore announces he’ll retire as soon as a successor can be found.
Just in time for Mother’s Day, the good folks at Trend Micro surveyed 1,037 folks online to find out how moms use (and misuse) technology and devices. Here’s what they discovered.
Powersolution.com was an early adopter of a relatively new platform from SaaS Markets purpose-built for launching and running an app store available to clients of its growing practice.
Despite rampant software piracy abroad and withering competition and market churn at home, Bill Gates remains bullish on the technology industry in general and, in particular, Microsoft’s tablet and operating system efforts.