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Vendor Q&A Series: Charles Foley, Watchful Software

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Vendor Q&A Series: Charles Foley, Watchful Software

The latest channel exec to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is Watchful Software's chairman and CEO

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Windows XP still gaining market share despite lack of support

13-year-old OS showing no signs of waning

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Aruba channel partners set to benefit from today's HP acquisition

CEO says increased product base will benefit channel

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ForeScout new CEO nails colors to channel mast

Former Intel Security chief Michael DeCesare, who became ForeScout CEO today, claims channel is ‘integral’ to business

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VARs need to evolve; vendors can help them do it

Who bears responsibility for helping the channel adopt new business models?

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On the way out: On-prem storage set to be overtaken by cloud

Survey claims cloud will be king within 10 years

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Editor's voice: the week's channel chatter

What's been happening this week on Channelnomics?

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Lenovo set to 'signifcantly reduce' preloaded applications after Superfish

Vendor also set to disclose all software preloaded on PCs

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Channelnomics' top five stories of the week

Channelnomics' top five stories of the week

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Ingram Micro on the up and up

Q4 sales rise 18 percent, despite disappointing European margins

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business-help

VARs need to evolve; vendors can help them do it

Who bears responsibility for helping the channel adopt new business models?

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Vendor Q&A Series: Charles Foley, Watchful Software

The latest channel exec to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is Watchful Software's chairman and CEO

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Lenovo’s next super challenge: Rebuilding trust after Superfish

The Superfish spyware scandal has tarnished Lenovo’s reputation, causing partners and customers to consider alternate brands

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Humans and machines: A dynamic duo

In its latest tech report, Accenture predicts an increasingly ‘blended” workforce, with humans and technology working side by side to bolster efficiency, increase safety, and make great things happen

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