Oracle has launched a digital data offering designed to help B2B channel marketers connect with indirect sellers, value-added resellers and distributors.
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Oracle has unveiled plans to peg back IBM and Microsoft through the launch of an enterprise-grade Blockchain Cloud Service.
Oracle places partners at the heart of its cloud strategy, as the tech giant leverages the channel to claw back ground against industry rivals.
Only the strongest and most innovative will survive in today’s increasingly digital world, according to CA Technologies Kenneth Arredondo, president and general manager (APJ), in his opening keynote address at their APJ Media & Analysts Summit.
“If your business is not doing so well I’m afraid that’s down to leadership because they are so many opportunities for you to go after.”
Standing on stage with the backdrop of a bustling Shanghai behind him, Bill Veghte, fittingly spoke of change within Hewlett-Packard.
“We are under attack,” claims Nick Earle, senior vice-president, worldwide Cloud and managed services sales, Cisco.
Ingram Micro's Showcase events in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch attracted resellers and their customers to view products from more than 60 vendors and attend seminars from leading brand spokespeople.
Microsoft Learn represents a new hands-on approach to learning that aims to help all stakeholders achieve their goals faster