In this Fastchat video, Vice President of Global Channel Sales David Maffei sits down with Penton Technology Director of Content Charlene O'Hanlon to discuss how the backup and security solution provider helps channel partners succeed through its channel partner program.
It’s Distribution Watch time! This week we gathered up the latest stories from Avnet (AVT), Tech Data (TECD), Ingram Micro (IM) and Synnex (SNX) for your reading enjoyment. Without further ado, let’s get started.
This week thousands of open source enthusiasts gathered in Vancouver for OpenStack Summit 2015, a worldwide conference for developers, partners and customers to hear about the latest innovations in the OpenStack world.
Howdy folks, it’s mighty fine to see you back for another edition of Channel Partner Program Roundup. This week we’ve got the latest and greatest stories from our friends over at Marble Security, AlienVault and SentryBay to keep you up to date on everything there is to know about the channel. Let’s get to it.
Earlier today, while I was simultaneously monitoring my email, checking my phone for updates, writing an article and catching up with an old college friend, it suddenly hit me: Millennials excel at multitasking.
Storage array vendor Drobo has been acquired by an investment group comprised of technology executives for an undisclosed sum, effectively separating the company from parent organization Connected Data.
IT industry veteran and former AppSense leader Darron Antill has been appointed CEO of Cryptosoft, a policy-driven authentication and encryption services provider for IoT and M2M devices based in the United Kingdom.
When it comes to protecting enterprise data, there is no shortage of different methods to secure sensitive assets from malicious attacks. But unlike more popular options such as next-generation firewalls and malware protection, many businesses fail to protect the most critical data of all: their physical assets.
Although software-defined storage initiatives can prove challenging for many enterprises who grew up with traditional spinning disk technology, several drivers continue to push businesses to implement the new tech as companies look to eliminate downtime and lower total costs within their storage infrastructures.
IT security solutions provider Quick Heal Technologies announced the launch of its North American Quick Heal Authorized Solution Provider Program this week as the company looks to bring its small-to-midsize enterprise-centric solutions to the United States and Canada.