'Different perspectives' leads CEO to walk after just one year
Enterprise and healthcare adoption will benefit longer-term consumer demand however
CMO Brad Brooks claims Juniper is not stuck protecting the old way of business, unlike market leader Cisco
Cisco, Juniper, Alcatel-Lucent, and Huawei top survey of preferred routers and switches for telecoms carriers and operators
Analyst Infonetics projects healthy growth for next five years
First-quarter appliances and software sales worth $1.54 billion, report says. Of the five leading vendors only Palo Alto Networks grew sales in Q1.
IBM is reportedly looking to unload its software-defined networking technology unit following the sale of its x86 server unit to Lenovo. The sale, if it comes to fruition, reveals more about the future of IBM and the larger IT marketplace.
It’s been a rough couple of weeks for solution providers in the business of providing networking and computing infrastructure -- they've been left to explain to a skittish clientele why they should be confident their IT systems haven’t been compromised by the National Security Agency.
Based on leaks by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, reports indicate the NSA has systematically planted backdoors on IT products and components to allow stealthy data gathering and surveillance on corporations and individuals. The latest revelation could further hamper confidence in the security integrity of many vendor products.
Glassdoor.com's latest list of the best places to work says some interesting things about the companies channel partners deal with most
- Office 365 concerns creating Microsoft 'haters'
- HP brings security operations center to Canada
- Cyber threats will increase need for business continuity solutions - partner
- EMC reveals Federation Business Lake's delayed benefits, big data tips
- HP close to selling majority of Chinese networking hardware unit - report
U.S.Secret Service agent says focus needs to shift from prevention to incident identification
Microsoft and SkyKick launch a strategy to get — and keep — partners on the cloud-based productivity platform
Scality’s new operation in Tokyo draws attention to the ‘going global’ trend
Partners won't stick around forever if they're unhappy