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Jul 30, 2014
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Rediscover the New Carbonite Channel Partner Program

For the most part, change is good. But if you’re a partner in the cloud backup industry, the changes in Carbonite’s new Partner Program will be very good—for you!...More
Jul 30, 2014
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The New Security Sale: Network Virtualization for Micro-Segmentation

These days, there is a good chance security is top of mind for your customers. From the Target breach to the Snowden/NSA revelations to, most recently, the Heartbleed bug, vulnerability issues and other threats have elevated IT security to the highest levels of public and private sector organizations....More
Jul 30, 2014
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Responsible for Cloud Services? This May Keep You Awake Tonight!

If you a responsible for a cloud services infrastructure that you sell to customers, it’s quite right that you should feel a certain level of anxiety with regard to keeping it running and maintaining security. After all, your customers depend on you to keep their businesses operational....More
Jul 29, 2014
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How and When to Choose a Backup Appliance

From a small office environment to the most expansive of enterprises, backing up data is important simply because data is important. As data backup technology has evolved, migrating from tape to hard disk drives, an alternative backup category—purpose-built backup appliances (PBBAs)—has emerged to join existing backup methods....More
Jul 29, 2014
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Making the Most of Conference Networking

With technology conference and event season in full-swing, it can be hard to focus on getting the most out of each event. But these events are the perfect opportunity to practice your business brand, network to find new partners, learn fresh ideas and reinvigorate your enthusiasm for your business and our industry....More
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Microsoft Layoffs: Beneficial or Not?

Microsoft laid off 18,000 workers—mostly former Nokia employees—as it integrates the Nokia brand and moves deeper into a cloud-first, mobile-first strategy. Do you think the massive layoffs will improve Microsoft's innovation and performance, or are the cuts too deep?

 

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