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Channelnomics story of the month - June 2015

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Channelnomics' top five stories of the week - 19 June 2015

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Business continuity services still needed - Datto partner

Backup plans needed despite the best security measures, solution provider tells Channelnomics

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Kaspersky: Not our job to hunt down our hackers

In an exclusive Q&A, Kaspersky's managing director, Chris Doggett, tells Channelnomics that tracking down hackers is a 'complex' problem

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Editor's voice: The week's channel chatter - 12 June 2015

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Kaspersky hacked, but apps and data are safe

Despite potentially bad publicity, security vendor reports latest cyber attack in effort to ‘raise awareness’

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Kaspersky Lab: Both security and backup solutions needed

Vendor announces security solutions bundled with Acronis backup

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Kaspersky Lab: New cyber-spy attacking SMBs under guise of Microsoft Word

Threat shows SMBs are as vulnerable as large companies, Kaspersky says

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Channelnomics' top five stories of the week - 13 March 2015

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Kaspersky, Avast look to entice security partners

Kaspersky offering greater loyalty and performance incentives, Avast looking to cultivate new crop of MSPs

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

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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

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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