Channel Business Article Archive:
IBM and Bechtle scored a $115 million public sector server and services contract with the European Commission, a deal with several strong indicators for solution providers of all sizes.
The market for software-defined networking (often called SDN) controllers and Ethernet switches worldwide is tipped to expand to $3.1 billion by 2017.
As the end of 2013 approaches, buyers and sellers of solution provider businesses will open their wallets and entertain offers to reap the benefits of a merger or acquisition before the end of the tax year. Here are a few things to consider — and a couple of reality checks — when it comes to channel M&A.
Carbonite is evolving its backup subscription plans, simplifying the cost for businesses and individuals to back up files in the cloud and introducing its first backup appliance. Bottom line: Carbonite isn’t just a consumer company anymore.
The Nobel laureate’s impact transcended matters of government and politics to touch even our often narrow world of technology. A school that bears his name will now stand as a lasting tribute to Mandela’s commitment to engineering and science.
ThreatTrack, the security vendor formed with the spunoff assets from GFI Software, is launching a new channel program that aims to augment its existing antivirus SMB partners with advanced enterprise-focused security practitioners focused on thwarting Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs).
Top Ford director says Mulally will stay at the car maker throughout next year, apparently ruling him out of top Microsoft job.
GFI MAX draws upon well-known managed services evangelist Dave Sobel to lead its partner community efforts. Sobel’s arrival is part of an ongoing effort to expand products and global reach of GFI MAX’s managed services network.
The data trickling in from a banner Cyber Monday reveals an interesting fact. The holiday online retail bonanza owes a great deal to the clunky, old PC.
Social tool Rockstar 365 ranks Microsoft professionals to help them get recognized and win new business.