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Teradata Keeps Big Data Fire Burning

A bonfire

Teradata Keeps Big Data Fire Burning

In the midst of its Partners event in Nashville, Tenn., the vendor unveils product rollouts and enhancements

Wind-up mouth

Mitel keen to swallow ShoreTel

ShoreTel mulling 'unsolicited offer' Mitel sets its sight on another acquisition after buying Aastra


The one and only: IoT platform a first - ParStream

Cupertino firm says fragmentation means theirs is the only integrated IoT platform


Zscaler eyes enterprise wins with expanded partner program

Enterprise, governments, and defence to be targeted globally with enhanced internet security platform

Pikemen at a recreation of the Battle of Bosworth Field

Two states join fed suit against Symantec

Vendor is accused of overcharging government clients by not disclosing commercial discounts.

iPhone 6 running iOS 8 camera iMessage and Maps

Apple fuelled by Q4 Mac and iPhone frenzy

But tablet sales drop in the double digits year on year


Vormetric and Couchbase join forces

The two firms say partnership will enhance compliance and sensitive data issues for customers


Study: Partners taking sales, marketing matters into own hands

New CompTIA findings show cloud is roiling branding efforts for transforming solution providers.


Nadella sitty pretty on $84 million package - reports

Microsoft CEO's salary package is 11 times higher than his wages before he took the top spot

Concept image of a cloud question mark

Cloud resource unveiled by SherWeb

Partners offered cloud guidance via an e-book

Broken heart

An amicable split?

Where will HP and Symantec's conclusion that the sum of their parts is greater than the whole leave partners?


Suspicious minds in the post-Snowden world

Investment in new technologies being avoided with security experts wary of cloud and new technologies post-Snowden

Old-fashioned cash register

Vendors need to get with the times, Channel conference hears

MSPs need up-to-date support from vendors, including working together


‘Internet of Things’ shifting IT spending priorities

Analyst firm Gartner says enterprises spent more than $40 billion on what could be called Internet of Things (IoT) programs. As more IP-enabled devices get connected, enterprises may shift spending patterns and disrupt the way IT is acquired and supported

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