Microsoft is hosting its 13th annual Cloud and Hosting Summit this week in Bellevue, Wash., bringing together nearly 500 partners across different business models to explore digital transformation at work.
Cloud communications provider RingCentral announced on Thursday the latest version of RingCentral Office, its unified communications-as-a-service solution. The next-generation platform includes new team messaging, chatbot, AI support, and 40 out-of-the-box integrations.
The VAR Guy and Talkin’ Cloud reached out to several business leaders within the channel to see what they’re doing to promote diversity, and asked some strong women in our space for their take on being a female in the channel. Click through for the main takeaways.
While 2016 was an incredible year for innovation in healthcare technology, from a security standpoint it was a challenging one: last year a healthcare breach happened once a day on average, affecting 27,314,647 patient records, according to a report by Protenus.
To keep up with demand from customers, Salesforce is going to need 10 times the number of consultants in the next five years, according to data based on recent research from IDC. To support this, the company plans to roll out updates to its Salesforce Consulting Partner Program starting Mar. 1, 2017.
Every month or so, Shawn Moore, chief technology officer at enterprise content management system company Solodev, gets a call from a cloud salesperson at Google or Microsoft (or lately, Oracle) trying to win his business.
Businesses have over a year before the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect in May 2018, but experts say it’s not too early for cloud providers to start thinking about how they will comply.
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty has opened up about her involvement with the Trump administration, a move that has been unpopular with some employees who see it as a deviation from the company’s values of diversity and inclusion.
Last week, 97 companies – including some of the biggest technology firms – filed a legal brief that condemns President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration. If you look at the list, you may notice a couple of significant cloud companies missing: IBM and Oracle.