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Acronis Backup, Google Cloud Platform Integration: Will MSPs Plug In?

Acronis backup & disaster recovery (BDR) integrates with Google Cloud Platform, giving partners another data protection option for customer assets.

Kirk Robinson’s Journey to Ingram Micro U.S. Chief Country Executive

Ingram Micro promotes Kirk Robinson to Chief Country Executive for the U.S. His 25-year journey features a direct management style in an indirect world.

Synnex Acquiring Ingram Micro Rumor is False, Ingram Owner Says

Rumors that Tianjin Tianhai plans to sell Ingram Micro to Synnex are completely false, according to the Chinese logistics giant.

Technology Distributors: 2018 Looks Promising, GTDC Research Finds

The technology distribution market appears poised for solid 2018 performance amid cloud, security, IoT & data center opportunities, GTDC research finds.

Network Security Group Buys Waytek Software For Software Distribution Expansion

Network Security Group (NSG) acquires Waytek Software, the software distribution and value-added resale division of Waytek. Gains Avast Business expertise.

Ingram Micro Acquires Cloud Harmonics, Accelerates Cybersecurity Push

Ingram Micro acquires Cloud Harmonics for accelerated cybersecurity push. Watch for major Palo Alto Networks partner synergies.

Druva Cloud Data Protection Service Gains Momentum

Druva’s cloud-based data protection service grows annual recurring revenue (ARR) by 500 percent. Here’s what’s driving that growth.

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Program: SaaS, ISV, MSP Moves Emerge

Amazon Web Services (AWS) partner program gets big investments to help MSPs, ISVs and SaaS companies fuel cloud growth. Details from AWS re:Invent 2017.

Ingram Micro Acquires The Phoenix Group for Point of Sale Technology

Ingram Micro acquires The Phoenix Group for point-of-sale (POS) technology expertise. Ingram vs. ScanSource competition in retail vertical intensifies.

Ingram, Amazon AWS Cloud, Samsung Tackle Desktop as a Service (DaaS)

Ingram Micro, Samsung and Amazon Web Services (AWS) bring Microsoft Windows Desktop as a Service (DaaS) to the professional consumer (prosumer).