T.C. Doyle

Senior Content Director,
Penton Technology

T.C. Doyle is a writer, editor and video storyteller who has covered the IT industry for more than two decades for media companies and one of the industry’s largest technology vendors. As Senior Content Director for Penton Channel, he oversees the editorial direction of The VAR Guy, MSPmentor, Talkin’Cloud and the WHIR. Previously, he held senior editorial positions at several media companies and is the former Editor@Large at Cisco. He  where he collaborated on “Doing Both,” a thought-leadership book that made the bestseller lists of both The New York Times and Amazon.com. A frequent speaker at IT industry events and trade shows, Mr. Doyle is the author of more than 1,000 technology news articles, columns, features and profiles. He resides in Park City, Utah.

The Doyle Report: MTM Is a Study in Digital Transformation
What do you call a channel practitioner that has transformed from reselling to managed services to product development?
The Doyle Report: Fresh-Squeezed Examples of Technological, Social and Organizational Innovation
What do a Silicon Valley stalwart, a scrappy managed service provider from Denver and a non-profit organization from Utah all have in common?
The Doyle Report: Refresh Fatigue Has Left Computers Vulnerable and Spurred Grea
The Doyle Report: Refresh Fatigue Has Left Computers Vulnerable and Spurred Greater Investment into Cloud Computing
Insights from DataEndure CTO Shahin Pirooz, a cloud evangelist with a distinct point of view
The Doyle Report: A Distinctly Different Take on the WannaCry Attack 1
Separating truth from fiction in cybercrime is anyone's guess. But some experts simply know more than others.
The Doyle Report: Three Insights on the MSP Market
Based on the recurring revenue growth of a Kaseya MSP in North America, and research Kaseya has paid for from third parties, the health of the market is “awesome,” says CEO Fred Voccola.
The Doyle Report: Kaseya Opens Connect Conference with Acquisition, Competitive Win
IT management solutions company buys Unigma and announces general availability of the Unigma Cloud Management Suite.
The Doyle Report: Do You Have What It Takes to Sell to Tech’s New Buyers?
Despite the upside, very few of the solution providers, technology consultants and trusted advisors I talk to say they have a solid plan for getting to know LOBs.
The Doyle Report: Avant Steps Forward in Cloud Services Distribution
Perspectives on Avant from Co-founder and President Andrew Lydecker
The Doyle Report: How to Make Money Selling the Cloud
Experts and practitioners who have embraced the cloud say there’s no reason not to dive in. Here are some practical tips.
The Doyle Report: Collaboration Overload Is Killing Productivity
If there’s one thing I’ve learned from automation it is this: if there’s a digital tool to make something faster, better and/or more replicable, then you’re going to be doing a whole lot more of that something in the future.
What are the ideas that have captured your attention of late?
The Doyle Report: We’re Talking New Ideas Today, Including The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
Each day I am exposed to a lot of different ideas. Some good, some bad and some truly ugly. Here’s a round up.
The Doyle Report: After Years of Hacks and Breaches, There May Be Reason for Optimism in Cybersecurity
If you follow cybersecurity, you know that every week seems to bring more bad news.
The Doyle Report: Innovation and Commoditization Are Undermining Outsourcing
Innovation and labor trends are negatively impacting the businesses of large information and communications technology (ICT) outsourcers.
The Doyle Report: How Can You Make Money In Digital Transformation? Start By Filling in the Gaps
So you want to take advantage of one of the biggest trends in all of technology but aren’t sure where to begin? You’re hardly alone.
The Doyle Report: Do Channel Programs Matter Any More?
Precious metals. Rare stones. Platitudes a mother would only bestow upon her favorite. I am, of course, talking about labels technology vendors give to their “best” partners. You know them by heart: “Platinum,” “Diamond” and “President’s Club.”

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