5 Channel Partner Updates: Monday 20 August 2018
Today’s channel partner updates include AWS Cloud, Carbon Black hiring, ESOP ownership plans, Google Cloud Platform & AI, Lenovo North America PC goals, StorageCraft OneXafe midmarket data protection, Synnex CloudSolv & Cisco Systems, Taylor Business Group MSP peer group conference & more.
Ingram Micro Cloud Summit 2017: 10 Trends to Watch
More than 1,000 MSPs & channel partners gather at Ingram Micro Cloud Summit 2017. Here’s what to expect from SVP Renee Bergeron & the Ingram cloud team.
Ingram Micro Odin: Cloud Services Surprises Beyond Microsoft Azure
Ingram Micro Odin upgrades — including Microsoft Azure IaaS support — are part of a bigger cloud services partner strategy. Jason Bystrak shares details.
5 Channel Partner Updates: 17 March 2017
Updates: Accenture, Acronis, Binary Tree, Datto, Digital Realty, Docker, Ensono, Impartner, iPortalis, Logicworks, Synnex, Unitrends, Virtustream & more.
Tech Data Finalizes Avnet Technology Solutions Acquisition
Tech Data finalizes the Avnet Technology Solutions (ATS) acquisition and names executive leadership reporting to CEO Bob Dutkowsky. Here’s what’s next.
Synnex CEO: Target Growth Markets, Stay Focused, Execute
Synnex CEO Kevin Murai’s formula for growth: Remain true to your relationships, target growth markets, stay focused, then execute on your strategy.
Top 10 Cloud Services Provider (CSP) Predictions for 2017
Our 10 cloud services provider (CSP) predictions for 2017 describe where IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, MSPs and VARs are heading next in the cloud.
Ingram Micro Cloud Services: 14 Numbers to Know
Ingram Micro Cloud now has 10 million customer seats under management. But that’s not all. SVP Renee Bergeron describes these milestones.
Docker Containers and Synnex Distribution? Oh My
In a quiet corner at Synnex Varnex, Rob Moyer pulls back the curtain (a bit) on the Synnex CloudSolv strategy. It includes a big Docker bet. Here’s why.
Amazon SaaS Billing vs. IT Distributors: Cloud Showdown Coming?
Amazon Web Services (AWS) and traditional IT distributors could be heading toward a long-term SaaS marketplace showdown. Here’s why.