Tech leaders get an icy soaking for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Eponymous vendor chief invests multi-million pound sum in VMS specialist
Video surveillance services can be lucrative but tricky. Partners need to do their homework to have answers that go beyond the cheerleading.
The latest IT Stress and Pride Survey shows IT workers increasing dissatisfied with their careers and disengaged from their employers. That's a big problem.
Aiming to lead the video conferencing and collaboration segment, Cisco unveiled two desktop video conferencing devices to make collaboration easier and cost-effective. The effort is reminiscent of its defunct Cius tablet.
Today is Earth Day, a time to reflect on a different kind of green than the one we typically obsess over in our make-a-buck world.
Pure Storage has launched a video series aimed at undermining what it claims EMC's campaign to spread fear, uncertainty and doubt about its products.
Cisco's Bob Gault sat down this week with Channelnomics to talk about where the cloud is headed and what the vendor is doing to help partners take advantage of it.
Businesses need more than just Skype to communicate these days. In this week's On Point column, we focus on communications solutions through the Web, the cloud and even a robot on wheels.
Cisco wants to take high-quality video collaboration capabilities beyond the CEO suite and disperse it among the working masses.
Microsoft's popular former channel chief Jon Roskill has a new gig as CEO Acumatica, a cloud ERP vendor focused on SMBs.
Threatpost.com editor-in-chief Dennis Fisher sat down with Channelnomics editor Chris Gonsalves to talk about the RSA Conference vibe in a post-Snowden world.
Polycom is mixing and matching its videoconferencing wares, hoping new combinations of hardware and software can shake up the struggling business collaboration systems market.
Another year draws to a close. 2013 was filled with technology stories both grand and amusing. Here are some of our favorite articles told through our favorite Internet memes.
Technology, like time, marches on. For 2014 there's a new set of tech trends on the radar. Here's what we see shaking up the channel in the year ahead.
Need to feel more secure with your mobile employees? These software downloads, available for businesses and personal use, can help keep your business safe and your employees active.
Solution providers have less time than ever before to react to disruptive technologies if they hope to capitalize on the opportunity. Are you ready to act fast?
Google went live this week with Helpouts, the search giant's effort to connect folks with 'experts' in various fields. Should IT partners be worried?
Like many business problems, finding the vertical market sweet spot in the channel is a bit of an art and a science.
In a move that can only be described as curious, Chinese IT vendor Lenovo Group Ltd. this week went Hollywood, tapping well known actor Ashton Kutcher as its newest product engineer.
Cisco is giving partners several new ways to sell business modernization solutions to the growing number of clients with distributed workforces using disparate devices.
Partners find often onerous and costly vendor certifications to be burdens that add far less value to their businesses than the vendors would like to believe.
While channel partners continue to debate their merit, here are 10 IT certs that continue to prove their worth in the second half of 2013.
With an eye toward the way we work, sell and collaborate in the channel, here's a list of go-to applications that can make your technology business more efficient and profitable.