Google is expanding its cloud channel program by creating three tiers of partnership, which will allow the company to segment its resources to give better-performing partners more support. The intent is to put Google on a better competitive footing with Amazon and Microsoft.
AVG is looking to accelerate the expansion of its managed services unit by segregating its sales teams into different functions and creating dedicated resources for enabling and support MSPs on a business level.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman says the marketability of Google’s Chromebook beyond education customers is surprising and could extend into the enterprise. HP’s experience isn’t good news for Microsoft, which is watching its grip of the PC operating system market slip.
Microsoft is taking its rebranded OneDrive cloud storage and file-synchronization service to the next level by preparing a version for business users.
Some Americans are wondering what impact the Ukraine crisis will have on Russia-based Kaspersky Lab. Here are 8 reasons why the security firm isn’t exposed.
The latest operating system market share numbers are in, and Windows 8.1 barely stepped up. Microsoft is taking notice and reportedly ready for drastic measures to move the needle, including a free versions of Windows 8.1.
Analyst firm Gartner is reporting worldwide server shipments increased a scant 2.1 percent, but revenues declined 4.5 percent. Demand is strong, but value is evaporating for the basic building blocks of data centers.
Microsoft channel chief Phil Sorgen says the Surface tablet won’t be released to the general channel until the company is ready with scalable logistics and support mechanisms. Just when that will be remains undefined, which hurts partner relationships.
RSA, the security division of EMC, says businesses are spending too much money on ineffective antivirus products. Instead, they should invest their cash in advanced protection mechanisms and services, such as its Security Analytics. Here’s why RSA is right and wrong at the same time.
Controversial ‘Jeopardy!’ champion Arthur Chu returns to the game show today for more of what purist say is maddening strategy that breaks all conventions. Chu is employing game theory and intentionally trying to be different. Take note: He’s doing the right thing.