As mergers and acquisitions cause more and more security market consolidation, solution providers that sell vendors' products and services must adjust. Colin Steele, SearchITChannel.com news writer, is this week's guest on SearchSecurity.com's Security Wire Weekly. He speaks with Bill Brenner, SearchSecurity.com senior news writer, about the effects of security market consolidation on channel partners.
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