Charlene OHanlon

Charlene
OHanlon
Senior Executive Editor,
The VAR Guy

Charlene O’Hanlon, senior executive editor and director of Content for The VAR Guy, is a veteran technology journalist and editor and channel expert. She has served as editorial director at Ziff Davis Enterprise, editor and publisher at ACM and managing editor at CMP Media, and has written for numerous channel publications including CRN and eWEEK/Channel Insider, among others.

Articles
AccelOps Explains How MSPs Can Combat Current Price Pressures
AccelOps' Solutions Consult Stuart Curtis shares advice for MSPs.
ChannelTech VideoCast: The 2015 Talkin' Cloud 100 Report

In this week's ChannelTech VideoCast, hosts Charlene O'Hanlon and Diane Krakora of PartnerPath do a little trendspotting in the 2015 Talkin' Cloud 100 report.

Meet VMware's New Channel Chief

In this FastChat, VMware's new channel chief Ross Brown discusses a transition in the channel from a transactional to a consultative approach.

7 Biggest Stories of the Week, Aug. 24-28

Happy Friday, this last week of August. And although the end of summer is staring us straight in the face, we'll enjoy the last few weeks of warm weather. But before we grab our sunglasses and slather on the sunscreen, here are The VAR Guy's seven biggest stories for the week ending Aug. 28.

Friday Funny, Aug. 28

Had a rough week? Don't despair: The weekend's close. Here's a little levity to help brighten your day, courtesy of our friends at Revitas.

ChannelTech VideoCast: The Stock Market and the Channel

In this week's ChannelTech VideoCast, hosts Charlene O'Hanlon and Diane Krakora of PartnerPath discuss the impact of the China and U.S. stock markets on the solution provider community and an update on what the channel should be called.

It's Here: The 2015 Talkin' Cloud 100

Want to know the top companies in cloud services today? Look no further ... The VAR Guy's sister site Talkin' Cloud has compiled just such a list (as it has for the past five years) ranking of the information industry’s most noteworthy cloud service providers, brokerages, aggregators, managed service providers and VARs.

7 Biggest Stories of the Week, Aug. 17-21

Happy Friday—or as some call it, the day that won't come fast enough. It's been an action-packed five workdays, and we're ready to power down our computers and power up our weekend. But before we do, here are The VAR Guy's seven biggest stories of the week ending Aug. 21.

ChannelTech VideoCast: Comparing the U.S., European Channel Ecosystems

In this week's ChannelTech VideoCast, hosts Charlene O'Hanlon of The VAR Guy and Diane Krakora of PartnerPath welcome Donagh Kiernan, president of Tenego Partnering, for a discussion about the European channel space.

Aruba’s Executive Exodus: Soderlund Latest to Leave

Aruba Networks’ channel chief has left the building. Karl Soderlund, vice president of Worldwide Channels at Aruba, left the company July 31 and has assumed the position of vice president of Channels and Alliances at Imperva, a web application firewall upstart based in Redwood Shores, California, according to sources close to the company.

ChannelTech VideoCast: Who's Driving the Change?

In this week's ChannelTech VideoCast, hosts Charlene O'Hanlon and Diane Krakora of PartnerPath discuss how much vendors should influence their partners' business transformation model—if at all.

ChannelTech VideoCast: The Next-Generation Solution Provider

In this week's ChannelTech VideoCast, recorded at CompTIA ChannelCon 2015 in Chicago, hosts Charlene O'Hanlon and Diane Krakora of PartnerPath look at how the solution provider is changing, including born-in-the-cloud service providers, and how traditional vendor programs won't cut it.

Heard in the Halls: Edison Peres Leaving Cisco?

Is longtime Cisco Systems (CSCO) channel chief Edison Peres leaving the company? That's what was whispered in my ear during CompTIA ChannelCon 2015. The move from Cisco would certainly make sense. Here's why:

Finding Opportunity in the Payment Card Industry

Received a new credit card lately? Notice the microchip gracing the left front side of the card? It’s called pin and chip technology, and it’s been a long time coming in the United States.

Ingram Micro Moves Deeper into VMware vCAN Realm

Managed services providers wanting to add services to their portfolio without having to add infrastructure now have an option in the VMware vCloud Air Network (vCAN) MSP program. Lucky for them, Ingram Micro has been named an aggregator for the program.

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Mellanox SX1012 Ethernet Switches for Scalable Networks

Mellanox describes its SX1012 Ethernet Switch family...More




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