Channelnomics' top five stories of the week - 24 April 2015

Check out which articles grabbed the most attention this week

Stressed worker

Dell - Federal agencies worried about virtual environment security

Survey respondents name security, physical and virtual platform management as top virtual environment challenges


Dell: Structured data still important to most companies

Structured data reportedly growing faster than unstructured data


Vendor Q&A Series: Tammy Richards, Citrix

The latest channel exec to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is Citrix's managing director of worldwide channels


Red Hat CEO: We need to become easier to work with

Partners, customers complaining about hard-to-use OpenStack infrastructure, subscription model


Dell to continue investing in Red Hat OpenStack

Exec says Dell is 'serious' about alliance


Editor's voice: the week's channel chatter - 10 April 2015

What's been happening this week on Channelnomics?


Dell targets SMB data overflow with new offerings

Vendor adds to networking solutions


Windows XP helps Dell, Samsung, Lenovo ship more PC monitors

IDC reports positive year-over-year growth of monitor shipments for three vendors


Dell lays off customer support staff

Jobs to go in Nashville

The cost of doing business

MSP Consortium free RMM, PSA tools should ease MSP business costs

The Managed Service Provider Consortium is giving away a new remote monitoring and management and professional services organization tool to enable solution providers to operate free of costly licensing fees


‘Things’ take center stage

Vendors, VARs, and start-ups feed off rapidly growing momentum of the IoT movement

Men shaking hands

Fewer deals, smarter sales

What appears illogical on the surface — lower sales volume, higher profitability — makes perfect sense when you think about it


Vendor Q&A Series: Marc Dupaquier, IBM

The latest channel exec to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is IBM's general manager of global business partners