Professional Services Article Archive:
Microsoft’s new Power BI for Office 365 offers businesses a touch of intelligence on top of their existing cloud-based applications. While not quite Big Data, it does provide SMBs and midmarket companies with a taste of analytics.
Pure Storage is looking arm partners with a business model that changes the way end users buy and maintain their enterprise storage.
A new report by The 2112 Group and Ingram Micro finds solution providers place high emphasis on professional services to define their value and drive profitability. While professional services are valuable, solution providers’ may be holding on to them too tightly, causing them to miss opportunities.
Juniper Networks believes it has the right technology and products, but acknowledges a lack of awareness among the new class of non-tech buyers. It’s pivoting its strategy to become more appealing to business-oriented consumers and partners that want to deliver services.
Microsoft’s point-of-sale efforts could make Surface a legitimate part of retail business services and elevate the fondleslab from partner pariah to channel chum.
A ruling in a public-sector services contract dispute between HP and the state of South Carolina later this month could cost HP upwards of $275 million, the vendor warned investors this week.
How could an online health insurance exchange that had worked so well and become a national model be ruined so completely? For Massachusetts, the answer lies with the service provider.
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.
Uneven results among HP’s business units give the channel pause over HP, which may be steering the right course but is far from fully righting the ship.
It’s been a long time coming: Avaya says its long-awaited One Source platform will debut in North America by the first month of 2014.