Alibaba Cloud, the cloud computing arm of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, is reaching out to partners such as Datapipe.
The Workplace Partner Program is Facebook's channel mechanism for supporting the adoption of its new collaboration platform for enterprises.
IT documentation, explored recently in contributor Esther Shein's feature, has proven to be a vital yet sometimes neglected aspect of running a managed services business. For Jonathan Broyles, ...
The managed service provider business model relies on remote operations, but client review meetings provide an opportunity for onsite visits.
IT security assessment services may find a new niche in merger and acquisitions as buyers look into the cybersecurity postures of M&A targets.
With Windows 10 having celebrated in July its first year on the market, service provider Softchoice has found a scant presence of the OS within its client base. Softchoice's recent study of its ...
Trace3 is growing its innovation research program, which aims to help CIOs obtain early access to emerging technologies.
Partner-to-partner collaboration can help channel companies deliver more complex offerings and address customers' pressing business problems, according to Tiffani Bova.
Channel partnering was front and center at Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference. Here's a brief sampling of new alliances and partnering moves.
WPC 2016 ended its 4-day run this week in Toronto. Here are a few observations on Microsoft's annual channel partner event.
A new CompTIA report shows service providers continue to struggle with cloud adoption, while they battle perennial issues such as margin pressure.
Managed service providers can now sell a channel-oriented firewall from Intronis MSP Solutions by Barracuda, Barracuda Networks' MSP brand.
Menlo Security, a startup cybersecurity vendor, has inked a partnership with Cloud Harmonics, a distributor of cloud and security technologies.
Appirio has gone against the grain of establishing a tech headquarters in San Francisco or Boston, opting instead for Indianapolis. Here's why.
HPE will shed its Enterprise Services division, but the move is expected to have little effect on the vendor's channel partners.