Channel
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Violin Memory adds a string to its bow

Nollette set to raise awareness of firm's partner program

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On the up: IT salaries and hiring set to rise

More than half of businesses say they'll add IT staff in 2015 while just 10 percent anticipate job cuts

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Cyberoam names resellers of the year

Inaugural event recognizes firms and key staff

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Public offering: Ingram Micro and VMWare release new partner program

Public sector partners to benefit at no cost

A bright money-making idea

Interactive displays and whiteboards dazzle in Q3

Flat panels set to grow further with product launches

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IBM DoE win underscores rise of supercomputers

IBM OpenPOWER platform promises to raise the bar in big data, simulation, applications and analytics at two U.S. labs

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More to channel life than cloud - Microsoft

Firm's UK channel lead says hybrid solutions may be the answer for many

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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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Time to worry, Apple rivals told

Analyst warns that Apple will be welcomed by the channel

In-depth
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Post Sony hack, security appliance market remains red-hot

Growing security concerns continue to boost appliance sales

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Fight the good fight: VA enlists IBM's Watson for PTSD battle

Solution will focus on dealing with the large number of vets suffering from PTSD

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Vendor Q&A Series: Dave Maffei, Carbonite

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

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Happy holidays from Google: higher incentives in bid to increase channel business

Looking to displace Microsoft’s vaunted Office apps, Google is increasing incentives to solution providers that resell its Google Apps for Work products