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Synergy Research: Domination by cloud's big four isn't going to change

Research firm says AWS, Microsoft, IBM, Google will keep topping smaller cloud providers

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Microsoft's Hansen to lead Dropbox sales and channels

File sync-and-share vendor continues B2B push

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Editor's voice: The week's channel chatter - 17 July 2015

What's been happening this week on Channelnomics?

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Google Glass half-full?

The next version of the intelligent eyewear aims to iron out the kinks in Explorer and offers a promising value proposition to business users

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Microsoft COO takes a swipe at Google, VMware, Cisco

WPC sees high energy presentation and catty competitor comments

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Office 365 two-tier distribution enhances support but with potential for costly changes

AppRiver and partners discuss advantages, disadvantages of Microsoft Office 365 two-tier distribution model

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Cloud competitor DigitalOcean not looking to 'steal' customers

Company competitor of Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, Google

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The Good, the bad and the ugly - June 2015

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

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Editor's voice: The week's channel chatter - 3 July 2015

What's been happening this week on Channelnomics?

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Google loses battle in Java copyright war against Oracle

U.S. Supreme Court denies Google appeal

In-depth
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Channelnomics' top five stories of the week - 31 July 2015

Check out which articles grabbed the most attention this week

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Is pay-as-you-go the future for cloud?

Utility model may be the way forward

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Editor's voice: The week's channel chatter - 31 July 2015

What's been happening this week on Channelnomics?

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Alibaba gunning to overtake Amazon, Microsoft in the cloud

China’s online retail giant Alibaba plans to invest $1 billion to globalize its Aliyun cloud infrastructure division, with the intent of overtaking Amazon Web Services, Microsoft and IBM