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5 Channel Partner Updates: Tuesday 01 May 2018

Good morning, channel partners. Here are five technology news updates, insights, chatter, and plenty more to start your day for Tuesday, May 1, 2018.

Actually, there are seven timely updates designed for VARs, managed services providers (MSPs), cloud services providers (CSPs), independent software vendors (ISVs), telco master agents and telco agents to sip on. Take a look…

7. Partner Program: Dell Technologies has unveiled a range of partner program updates and incentives

6. Cisco Exits NDS Group: Cisco Systems has sold its service provider video software solutions business (aka NDS) to Permira. The private equity firm will create a new, rebranded company focused on developing and delivering video solutions for the Pay-TV industry. Cisco acquired the business for about $5 billion in 2012. Today’s sale apparently was valued at about $1 billion…

5. Talent: Veeam has hired Gartner veteran Dave Russell as VP of enterprise strategy. Earlier buzz suggested Russell was going to Rubrik, but he apparently had a change of heart…

Ingram’s Renee Bergeron

4. Four Stages of the Cloud Journey: Ingram Micro‘s cloud partners are navigating a four-stage journey, according to Senior VP Renee Bergeron. The stages include build (60 percent of partners), breadth (30 percent), depth (9 percent) and scale (1 percent). We’ll share deeper details about each stage later today. Track all of our Ingram Micro Cloud Summit news and analysis here.

3. M&A: SentryOne has acquired Pragmatic Works Software (PWS) — which develops, tests, documents, and monitors the Microsoft Data Platform. We’ll share more details soon.

2. M&A – IT Services: Gage, a telecommunications and IT services company, has acquired GenTech Power Solutions — which provides installation, maintenance and repair of standby generators for homes and businesses across southeast Louisiana. We’ll share more details soon.

1. MSP Pricing Tips: Join our next webcast, during which TruMethods CEO Gary Pica will share his latest MSP pricing guidance.

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