Oracle is revamping its independent software vendor program inline with renewed investments towards developers and partners.
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Microsoft has partnered with an automotive alliance comprising Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi to deliver in-vehicle connected services across nearly 200 markets.
Kaspersky Lab has appointed Sandra Lee as head of channel sales across APAC, replacing Naina Parhar who held the position since January 2018.
A new malware has been discovered by technical researchers from Check Point Software that specifically targets Microsoft Windows Servers.
Condusiv Technologies has appointed ACA Pacific Technology as its new distributor across Asia Pacific.
OrionVM has added WatchGuard Technologies to its wholesale cloud platform, in a move designed to offer increased opportunities for channel partners.
Dimension Data has revealed a new managed services platform, built to offer real-time insights and reports to customers.
Red Hat has launched a new training and certification program in an effort to support the future development of the telco industry.
Check Point Software Technologies has launched a new global partner program, designed to reward partners that strengthen customer relationships.
Veeam Software has delivered record growth across Asia Pacific and Japan, driven by an expanding channel base across the region.
Lenovo has rolled out a new subscription-based service through channel partners and sales representatives across the Asia Pacific region.
Silver Peak has appointed Dean Vaughan as vice president of sales for APJ, recruiting the channel-friendly industry veteran from Oracle.
CrowdStrike has launched a new tiered reseller program, designed to enhance revenue streams through the delivery of partner-provided services and solutions.
Colt Technology Services has partnered with Ingram Micro and Microsoft to launch Colt Intelligent Communications, leveraging the distributor’s CloudBlue platform.
Matthew Oostveen has vacated his role as CTO across Asia Pacific and Japan at Dell EMC, exiting the vendor after five years in the role.
The storied Toshiba laptop brand relaunched globally as Dynabook last year. Kickstarting 2020, the channel-centric vendor has been offering partners a $50 incentive per notebook sold.