Tigerpaw wraps up conference number six, goes up against rivals with new offerings
Netsurion, EventTracker anticipate double-digit market growth in managed security services
Vendor making its white-label SIEM technology available to North American SMBs exclusively through MSP partners
Company offers entry-level pay for a job requiring advanced skills in everything from networking and server installation to database administration and coding in a half dozen programming languages
A new Datalink survey of IT decision makers points to opportunity for the channel in serving changing technology needs
Partnership aims to deepen monitoring and visualization capabilities
Kaseya bought PSA vendor Vorex, saying the incumbent platforms are too expensive for too little benefit. Pricing isn't as much of a problem as effective use of these systems and lack of business fundamentals
Updates include serverless pull printing capablities
Deal catapults Atos beyond Europe, tripling its capacity in North America
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.
Analyst claims the trend for businesses to seek hosted alternatives to traditional PBX systems will increase
Cloud services specialist looks to boost its partner margins as it admits the industry has only just ‘scratched the surface' of cloud opportunity
Top executive claims channel should begin forging alliances as IoE takes off
Our man in the U.K. examines the similarities and differences between the two markets, and asks why more U.S. giants do not cross the ocean in search of success
Identity-as-a-service vendor Centrify celebrates signing over 2,000 customers to its cloud-based identity platform thanks to help from its channel partners
Private equity Investor OpenGate Capital buys integrator Damovo's Mexican and Brazilian arms
According to IDC research commissioned by Oracle, simplicity creates margin opportunities
Managing director of sales training firm claims customer facing tech sales teams are losing the ability to sell effectively and need to rethink their approach
Ingram Micro is expanding its professional services capabilities with the acquisition of Minnesota-based Rollouts, an on-demand field technician workforce provider. The buy is part of Ingram's ongoing effort to bolster support for resource-strapped solution...
A new IBM survey finds most businesses are ill-prepared for the influx of new devices and systems connecting to their networks, and that will cause a surge in infrastructure improvements.
IBM officials maintain they are committed to their hardware business and expect a turnaround in the challenged segment in 2015.
CompTIA deepened its reach into public policy and government-sector IT this week with the acquisition of TechAmerica, a well-known but struggling trade advocacy group.
Through the acquisition of Intact Integrated Services, Westcon Group is the latest distributor to add more professional services for its solution providers. The distribution segment is changing its composition through professional services, but is the...
The new 2014 Channel Profitability Report by The 2112 Group finds that solution provider net revenue climbed in 2013 despite the profitability of products and services falling - in some cases dramatically.