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
Open Source History: What We've Learned So Far

The history of open source is long and storied, and fascinating enough to be a book. Which is what The VAR Guy contributing editor Christopher Tozzi is doing. And while he's been plugging away at his trusty Smith-Corona (not really—he's definitely an open source stalwart), The VAR Guy has been lucky enough to be the recipient of the byproducts of his research.

7 Biggest Stories of the Week, June 22-26

Another week in the books, and it's time for some relaxation. But before we close our laptops and open our BBQ grills, let's take a look at the seven biggest stories on The VAR Guy for the week ending June 26.

ChannelTech VideoCast: Oracle Goes All-In on Cloud

In this week's ChannelTech VideoCast, hosts Charlene O'Hanlon, senior executive editor of The VAR Guy, and Diane Krakora, CEO of PartnerPath, discuss Oracle's moves to go all-in with cloud services, and whether it will find the support of its channel partners.

The Smartest Companies in Technology

MIT Technology Review recently published its 2015 list of the Top 50 Smartest Companies, in categories ranging from transportation to digital media. So what tech companies made the list? And what makes them so smart?

ChannelTech VideoCast: Uberization in the Channel 1

In this week's ChannelTech VideoCast, hosts Charlene O'Hanlon and Diane Krakora of PartnerPath discuss uberization in the channel and ways vendors and partners can work together to ensure their relevancy.

7 Biggest Stories of the Week, June 15-19

Here are The VAR Guy's seven biggest stories of the week ending June 19.

7 Biggest Stories of the Week, June 8-12

Yes! We made it through another week! Time to relax and partake in recreational activities. First, though, let's take a look at The VAR Guy's seven biggest stories of the week ending June 12.

Friday Funny, June 12

The week got you down? Don't worry, we've got ya covered. Here's a little levity to brighten your day, compliments of Revitas.

ChannelTech VideoCast: Apple Open Sources Swift

In our latest ChannelTech VideoCast, hosts Charlene O'Hanlon of The VAR Guy and Diane Krakora of PartnerPath discuss Apple's decision to open source its Swift programming language and its implications for the channel.

7 Biggest Stories of the Week, June 1-5

It's the moment you've been waiting for: Friday afternoon and the unveiling of The VAR Guy's seven biggest stories for the week ending June 5. So without further ado, let's get the weekend started.

Microsoft WPC 2015 Preview: Traits of Successful Partners

Microsoft (MSFT) is hosting its annual Worldwide Partner Conference July 12-16 in Orlando, and the company has already begun previewing what attendees can expect. Hint: Remember the Mobile First, Cloud First mantra espoused by then-new CEO Satya Nadella? There’ll be more of that.

ChannelTech VideoCast: Cisco's Executive Shakeup

In this inaugural ChannelTech VideoCast, hosts Charlene O'Hanlon, senior executive editor of The VAR Guy, and Diane Krakora, CEO of PartnerPath, discuss Cisco's executive management shakeup and its implications for the channel.

Lenovo's Image Issue

I recently returned from Beijing, where I had the pleasure of attending Lenovo’s inaugural Tech World, a daylong event focusing on new, upcoming and concept technologies from the China-based vendor.

Lenovo Tech World: Intel, Microsoft Help Tell Tech Story

Lenovo Tech World is happening this week in Beijing, full of theatrics, CEOs and celebrities. Lenovo has pulled out all the stops for its inaugural event, bringing together the latest in new and upcoming technology with Chinese celebrities (none of whom I recognized).

Lenovo Enters the SAN Fray with Homegrown Models

I’ll say it once, and I’ll say it again: Storage ain’t sexy. But data’s got to be stored somewhere, and these days even SMBs need enterprise-level storage.

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Mellanox SX1012 Ethernet Switches for Scalable Networks

Mellanox describes its SX1012 Ethernet Switch family...More




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