Warren Buffett was close to becoming an integral part of the technology channel with the business magnate tabling an offer to buy Tech Data.
Stories by James Henderson
The upcoming end of support for Windows 7 has injected fresh life into a stagnating devices market, but declines are forecast for the year ahead.
Ingram Micro has unveiled the global launch of CloudBlue Connect, an omni-product platform designed to unify channel management.
Wipro has partnered with CrowdStrike to drive endpoint protection adoption at enterprise level, delivered through the vendor’s Falcon platform.
Customer adoption of managed security services is expected to rise exponentially across Asia Pacific, driven by demand in A/NZ and Singapore.
Acronis has signed a multi-year global distribution agreement with Ingram Micro in a move designed to drive security solutions through the channel.
Citrix has appointed Bronwyn Hastings as new global leader of channels, tasked with driving digital workspace solutions growth through the partner ecosystem.
The potential merger between HP and Xerox has hit a roadblock following disagreements over which team should run the combined company.
Cisco has called upon partners to embrace managed services through the deployment of security, SD-WAN and collaboration technologies.
HP has confirmed receiving a takeover bid from Xerox, believed to be in the range of US$33 billion, as an industry-defining merger edges closer.
DXC Technology has rolled out enhanced offerings aligned to VMware through the launch of a multi-cloud solution designed to automate managed services.
Cisco has identified partner profitability as a leading priority following an overhaul of back-end processes in response to channel feedback.
Cisco’s strategy of transitioning into a more software-optimised business is paying off due to an increase in revenue growth through the channel.
Dicker Data has been recognised as the world’s leading Cisco distributor in 2019, flying the flag for A/NZ following a strong year of growth.
AWS, Microsoft, Google Cloud and Alibaba Cloud accounted for 72 per cent of public cloud services revenue during the third quarter of 2019.
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