Oracle this week said it would add Oracle Cloud services to Oracle’s value-added distributor offerings from Arrow Electronics, Avnet, Tech Data, and NEXTGEN
IDC research shows overall market growing by 33.8 per cent
Under pressure by activist investors, EMC is looking for a “merger of equals” with companies including Dell and Hewlett-Packard. Such a deal would reshape the technology landscape, and cause tremendous disruptions in the channel
Insiders claim EMC and HP have been discussing a union for the past 12 months
Oracle appoints two CEOs as Ellison quits
Oregon is suing Oracle for failure to produce a working health care enrollment Web site attached to the federal Obamacare program. At issue is whether a systems integrator was needed for the multimillion-dollar project.
Support firm Rimini Street vows to fight court ruling that it engaged in "theft" of Oracle's intellectual property
Despite heady adoption growth figures little consensus has been reached on the best mobile platforms for business or the best way to secure and integrate those platforms with existing systems, Oracle finds.
South Korean giant TmaxSoft claims to offer a simpler and cheaper alternative to Oracle as it looks to calm “frustrations” with the tech giant
According to IDC research commissioned by Oracle, simplicity creates margin opportunities
Vendors put on a series of presentations, roundtables and discussions about their offerings at the Ingram Micro ONE event in Las Vegas last week, with appearances from Microsoft, Lenovo and Acer to name a few. Ingram also made a number of announcements itself at its inaugural Ingram Micro ONE fall event. Jessica Meek reports
Palo Alto ventures away from its sweet spot in enterprise security with the launch of Traps, a complementary technology that safeguards endpoints from malware. The new product shows how endpoint security is shifting from traditional antivirus technologies.
The latest vendor exec. to sit in the Channelnomics hot seat is Symantec's marketing vice president for North America
The latest vendor to brave the Channelnomics Q&A is Bloxx' U.S. channel manager James Perry