Cloud Computing and Hosted Services
Microsoft Inspire attracted about 17,000 partners from around the world; here are a few takeaways from the annual channel conference
ServiceNow has developed an IT culture that taps a use-what-you-sell approach to boost business velocity, productivity and user experience.
OneLogin needed a way to enter overseas markets. The company decided cultivating relationships with channel partners was the best method.
Distributor moves this year may point the way toward channel trends one might expect to see in 2017.
Alibaba Cloud, the cloud computing arm of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, is reaching out to partners such as Datapipe.
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.
Appirio has gone against the grain of establishing a tech headquarters in San Francisco or Boston, opting instead for Indianapolis. Here's why.
Cloud infrastructure security was once seen as a contradiction in terms. Customers now view cloud security more favorably, but with some reservations.
Long-time Gartner analyst Tiffani Bova has joined Salesforce in a new role the cloud company custom-designed for her.
A new Clutch report shows that IT professionals view efficiency and security as the top cloud computing benefits, a marked departure from years ago when security was a barrier.
Cloud computing has reached a mature state in the small and medium-sized business sector, where Millennials have emerged as top buyers.
Computing has changed dramatically over the past 30 years, yet there are a few enduring patterns.
A Verizon data center outage today led to delays for JetBlue. Verizon extended its IT services contract with JetBlue in 2014.
BitTitan's MSPComplete platform aims to help channel partners sell cloud services such as Microsoft's Azure.