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The marriage is off: sources say HP-EMC merger will not go ahead

No deal after months of 'fruitless negotiations'

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The first born: EMC Federation releases solution No. 1

The technology federation unveils its software-defined data center solution aimed at cutting costs and making businesses more agile

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From Russia with love: Parise joins Kaspersky

Kaspersky Lab taps Mike Parise to lead its big-ticket B2B sales efforts in the region

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HP channel boss ready to take on Cisco strongholds

HP looking to take advantage of Cisco's "crumbling" market strongholds in networking and converged infrastructure

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Symantec directly targeting EMC's "800-lb gorilla" Data Domain

Symantec firmly throws down the gauntlet with its latest backup offering

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EMC sets sights on surveillance

Storage vendor bolsters product line and testing facilities with an eye toward delivering high-end, edge-to-core video surveillance

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EMC Merger Chatter Fraught With Potential Market, Channel Disruptions

Under pressure by activist investors, EMC is looking for a “merger of equals” with companies including Dell and Hewlett-Packard. Such a deal would reshape the technology landscape, and cause tremendous disruptions in the channel

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An amicable split?

Where will HP and Symantec's conclusion that the sum of their parts is greater than the whole leave partners?

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Suspicious minds in the post-Snowden world

Investment in new technologies being avoided with security experts wary of cloud and new technologies post-Snowden

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Vendors need to get with the times, Channel conference hears

MSPs need up-to-date support from vendors, including working together

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‘Internet of Things’ shifting IT spending priorities

Analyst firm Gartner says enterprises spent more than $40 billion on what could be called Internet of Things (IoT) programs. As more IP-enabled devices get connected, enterprises may shift spending patterns and disrupt the way IT is acquired and supported