Daily tech news and analysis channel partners need to know now, including Samsung’s Cloud Together, Tech Data’s Q2 drop, Google’s VR investment and more
Daily tech news and analysis channel partners need to know now, including CompuCom’s Extensys buy, Robocalls crackdown, Apple Watch's wireless network and more
Daily tech news and analysis channel partners need to know now, including Nutanix & Dropbox rumored IPOs, PlanetOne’s Verizon deal, CrowdStrike’s DNC investigation and more
Magic Quadrant shows 40 percent of EFSS vendors will go bust by 2018
Deal features HANA database on Azure, SAP apps integrated with Office 365 services
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Daily tech news and analysis channel partners need to know now, including VirusTotal's policy change, Apple-SAP’s collaboration, Windows 10 news and more
The latest channel exec to sit in the new-look Channelnomics hot seat is Dropbox's global head of revenue
Daily tech news and analysis channel partners need to know now, including Dropbox’s new tool, Google's SMB push, Nokia’s new purchase and more
Deal brings offering to Ingram channel partners in U.S., Canada and more via distie's Cloud marketplace
Enterprise file sharing vendor seeking 50 percent channel sales
Solution provider warns peers not to ignore the small guys as they have the same security needs as their larger counterparts
Guidance Software urges VARs to capitalize on a growing opportunity to create their own offerings by mixing vendor technologies and adding services
What's been happening this week on Channelnomics?
File sync-and-share vendor continues B2B push
Data sharing and media attention driving worries
Research finds divide between personal and business mobility still unclear
Cloud firm enjoys successful IPO
Next step in firm's attempts to widen its mobility reach
Competitors not fazed by 'defensive' alliance
Enhancements designed to combat consumer cloud storage services
Amazon Web Services is launching Zocalo, a secure file-sharing service designed for businesses. The new initiative takes aim at services such as Box and Dropbox, as well as opens a new front in the cloud battle with Microsoft and Google.
At issue was the legality of Aereo’s service, which rents dime-sized antenna’s that subscribers use to receive broadcast television programming that Aereo captures and transmits as a streaming Internet service.
Egnyte is hoping to juice partner interest in its sync-and-share platform with a refreshed channel program and a new channel leader to spearhead the effort.