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Editor's voice: the week's channel chatter - 20 March 2015

What's been happening this week on Channelnomics?

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Ingram Micro buys Tech Data's Chile, Peru operations

Tech Data says Latin American branches were not profitable enough

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HP products to help Ingram Micro's Promark resellers land government contracts

Promark expands GSA schedule to include HP Enterprise Group

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Ingram: Office 365 available through Cloud Marketplace

Provisioning and invoicing of Office 365 now available

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Ingram signs distribution agreement with BYOD vendor Pulse Secure

First North American distie agreement for ex-Juniper outfit

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Editor's voice: the week's channel chatter

What's been happening this week on Channelnomics?

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Ingram Micro hires Vottima to help VARs get vertical

Distie looks to beef up its presence in education, federal, finance, healthcare and retail markets

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Ingram Micro on the up and up

Q4 sales rise 18 percent, despite disappointing European margins

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Ingram commits to high-value tech as it creates new division

U.S. Advanced Solutions organization will help partners cash in on high-value tech, distributor claims

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Classic BlackBerry? New handset revealed

Canadian firm hopes to win back fans of traditional handset

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With UCC, it’s a small world after all

Rapidly emerging technology set is presenting businesses with inventive ways to cut the cord, communicate and collaborate

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What’s in a name? IoT is more about apps and data than things

What's connected to the IoT is one thing, but leveraging the data you get from those 'things' is key

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Vendor Q&A Series: Marco La Vecchia, AVG Technologies

The latest channel exec to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is AVG's VP of channel sales

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Prevention vs. cure: Dealing with security breaches

U.S.Secret Service agent says focus needs to shift from prevention to incident identification