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Analyst: Selling cloud solutions not enough to tap into SMBs

TechAisle CEO talks up need for consulting, SMB outsourcing trends

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Vendor Q&A Series: Wayne Newton, Belkin

The latest channel exec to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is Belkin's (Belkin, Linksys and WeMo) director of channel sales in North America

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HP: Windows 10 brings partners security opportunities

Exec says migrations are chance for partners to capitalize on security needs

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Editor's voice: The week's channel chatter - 17 July 2015

What's been happening this week on Channelnomics?

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Lack of Office 365 understanding a challenge for SMB migration

Partners discuss obstacles in getting SMBs comfortable moving to Microsoft cloud offering

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Target SMBs with cloud services

AppDirect and partner talk need to consider cloud services in business models

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Oracle: Our e-commerce solutions haven't played the best in mid-market

On-premise commerce solutions more geared towards large retail companies, vendor says

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It's not all about SaaS - MSP

Partner points to need for hybrid approach

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Avaya partner: Some customers not ready to talk cloud

Partner talks driving conversation, importance of mid-market

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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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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