Is your company among the most popular in North America?

LinkedIn reveals tech sector is most sought-after for employees. But how popular is your company?


EMC will 'remain commited' to channel post Dell merge

CEO extols benefits of going private


Editor's voice: The week's channel chatter - 13 November 2015

What's been happening this week on Channelnomics?


Instability could be the product of a failed Dell-EMC deal

Reports indicate that the massive Dell-EMC merger could be derailed by unexpected tax costs. If the deal unravels, Dell will have to deal with skittish partners and concerns over shedding specific product lines


Vendor + vendor = MSP confusion

Continuing consolidations leave MSP community with unanswered questions


Dell-EMC tax bill could derail deal - report

Dell insiders reported to be worried worried about $9bn tax bill


EMC gets a new CMO

VCE marketing head Nina Hargus takes role


The Good, the bad and the ugly - October 2015

Channelnomics examines the good news, bad news and downright ugly news that surrounded the channel in October


Dell SonicWall and Quest may be up for grabs - report

Report claims Dell is preparing to sell $10bn in non-core assets to cut EMC debt mountain


Channelnomics story of the month - October 2015

Check out which piece the Channelnomics team liked best


Why the channel is missing today’s DR opportunity

Disaster recovery can bring in the profits if you get it right, says Zetta.net's Eddie Tsiao

Thank you note

Five ‘thankworthy’ trends for the channel

Solution providers should count rising sales, great expectations for the new year and end users among their blessings this Thanksgiving

Big data

Big data means big profits

Big data analytics could soon be solution providers' top play - will you be prepared?

Artist impression of the Cable Network exploring the impact of the electric telegraph in the 19th century. C. 2013 Science Museum Universal Design Studio

Using what’s ‘new’ to shed light on the ‘old’

Digital signage, virtual reality and beacons are all the rage at some of the world’s most enterprising museums