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'Stale' antivirus offerings from security giants raise issues

Partner claims that for established vendors like Symantec, Trend Micro and McAfee, 'bolting on' new features is not enough for virtualized environments

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McAfee: Government satisfaction calls for more security innovation

Exec says stats on customer confidence, satisfaction means security players must step up

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McAfee: Security for IIoT 'unique'

Blog describes characteristics needed in IIoT security

Resignation letter

Intel president quits

President taking up CEO role elsewhere

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Intel Security and Honeywell in IIoT collaboration

Companies to merge security software for industrial space

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Security before sales, Intel Security channel chief implores

Exec says channel should focus on customer needs, not product sales

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Held to ransom: Enterprise next in line after consumers

Can mobile ransomware threaten businesses? Yes it can and maybe sooner than you think, so the channel had better be ready

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McAfee, Intel: Increase in ransomware, Adobe Flash attacks in Q1

Report finds large increases in security threats

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Reeling them in: Execs and phishing emails an opportunity for the channel

Channel players talk challenges of making C-level executives aware of phishing emails and capitalizing with value-added services

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McAfee: Firewalls should serve two purposes

Exec details best ways to leverage firewall

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