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Oracle speeds up CRM migration for midsize businesses

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Oracle speeds up CRM migration for midsize businesses

Vendor aims its latest offerings at companies seeking to embrace data-driven marketing and sales

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Time to go: Computercenter MD hits the road

Twenty-year stint at solution provider comes to a close

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Interactive displays and whiteboards dazzle in Q3

Flat panels set to grow further with product launches

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What goes around comes around: Nadella payout questioned

Microsoft shareholders advised to reject $65 million CEO stock grant

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Features galore with Microsoft Intune updates

Microsoft drops Windows from Intune name to reflect its broader capabilities

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Nervous? IBM and HP server resellers being eyed up by Fujitsu

Japanese firm hoping to cash in on market instability

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Re-inventing the wheel, or at least enterprise email - IBM

IBM Verse aims to revolutionize workplace communications

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Dotcom days are here again

Increased confidence in the global economy and emerging techs such as cloud/SaaS and smart mobility are driving deals

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Vendor Q&A Series: Jarrett Miller, Bromium

The latest channel exec to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is Bromium's VP of global channel sales

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Watch and learn: Brocade EMEA merge watched carefully by U.S. arm

Benefits of channel and OEM business merge apparent in EMEA and APAC

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Jarrett Miller

Vendor Q&A Series: Jarrett Miller, Bromium

The latest channel exec to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is Bromium's VP of global channel sales

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Vendor Q&A Series: John Schweitzer, DataStax

Our latest exec to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is John Schweitzer, executive vice president, worldwide field operations at DataStax

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CA embraces channel to build Application Economy

CA is shaking off its record of channel ambivalence to embrace partners’ capabilities to reach and service customers’ evolving and dynamic needs in the unfolding ‘Application Economy’

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U.S. giants missing the mark in the UK

Insight and Misco took financial hits in the UK in 2013

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