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Dell's federal team takes on Ebola with tech

Essential technology shipped to worst-affected areas in West Africa

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2015 Top 10 Emerging Threats: Number 1 - everything-as-a-service

Solution providers who do not diversify their business model to include a-a-s in 2015 are at risk of becoming obsolete

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Pure Storage looks to 'channel allies' in EMC flash market battle

Pure says EMC feeling the heat in the flash market

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Security to get top billing in 2015 IT budgets

The new Piper Jaffray CIO Survey shows guarded optimism for IT spending growth, but fears of hacks and breaches are taking their toll

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2015 Top 10 Emerging Threats: Number 4 - the cloud and the IoT

These bedfellows present uncertainties in business growth and strategy for solution providers in 2015

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2015 Top 10 Emerging Threats: Number 6 - security

It may seem obvious, but there are new angles to security for solution providers to consider in 2015

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Storage giants push flash market past $11 billion mark in 2014

Flash technology no longer just for niche players, IDC claims

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He said what? 2014 in quotes from the channel

Key channel players told us what they thought in 2014

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Microsoft says yes to Bitcoin

Giant accepting Bitcoin for apps, games and other digital content

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Intel releases IoT platform

Firm aims to expand IoT ecosystem

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Microsoft Big Data acquisition shows willingness to embrace open platforms

The software giant embraces yet another open-source tool in R and stakes its claim in the analytics arena

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U.S. patent system 'broken'

Patent 'trolls' wreaking havoc for technology in the U.S.

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Vendor Q&A Series: Tom Fedro, Paragon

The latest channel exec to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is Paragon Software Group's president

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Windows-10-as-a-service? You'd better believe it

Is the channel set to miss out on revenue as a result of Microsoft's decision to deliver Windows 10 as a service?