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5 Channel Partner Updates: 13 July 2017

Updates involving 47Lining, AT&T, CompTIA, ConnectWise, Continuum, HP Inc., Ingram Micro Cloud, Lenovo, REAN Cloud, SolarWinds MSP, Sophos, Verizon & more.

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 12 June 2017

News: AKA Enterprise Solutions, Autotask, Auvik, Barcode Warehouse, ConnectWise, Continuum, Digital Realty, Inteleca, ServiceNow, TierPoint, Turgs & Veeam.

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 3 May 2017

Updates: Acronis, potential Citrix buyers, Datto, new Docker CEO, FireEye, Ingram Micro, Jacobs Engineering Group, MTSI, Palo Alto Networks & more.

61 Percent of Data Breaches Affect Small Businesses: Verizon Report

Verizon “2017 Data Breach Investigations Report” analyzes breach tactics, sources & victims & shows small businesses more affected by breaches than others.

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 30 March 2017

News: Carbonite, Datera, Intelisys, LAM Technology, PartnerPath, Pax8, Radware, Scality, Swivel Secure, Telstra, Vector Security, Vembu, Westcon & Xerox.

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 14 March 2017

News: Blackstone Group, Channel Mechanics, Citrix Systems, CompTIA, Cyxtera, Epson America, Juniper Networks, MaximiTy, MCSA Group, NCR, Okta, OVH & more.

Cloud Market Share 2017: Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, IBM, Google

Public cloud market share figures for Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, IBM & Google Cloud Platform, according to Synergy Research 2017 statement.

Verizon Launches Government Managed Services Platform

Verizon’s Global Enterprise IT Management (GEITM) platform extends managed services and security capabilities to U.S. federal government agencies.

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 12 October 2016

Updates: AT&T, Cirrus Data, CloudJumper, Dell EMC World, IGEL, LogicWorks, Palo Alto Networks, PlumChoice, Pulse Secure, StorageCraft & more.

AT&T Layoffs 2016: ‘Relatively Modest’ Management Staff Cuts Planned

AT&T has confirmed “relatively modest” layoff plans, which include AT&T management job cuts that will arrive sometime in 2016.