Emerging Technology Markets
Business and technology trends for 2019 include a shifting competitive landscape and ample M&A activity, with managed service providers and cloud consultancies in demand.
A virtual reality golf center called on solutions provider Trace3 for technology infrastructure assistance with a greenfield deployment.
Mike Sutcliff, group chief executive at Accenture Digital, talks about the challenges of applying AI, digital thread and augmented reality to real-world business issues.
Recent market research reports point to the challenges of digital transformation initiatives, which call for both customers and channel partners to make changes.
Before embarking on a new year of reporting on IT industry trends in the channel, we wanted to take a moment to review some of our 2017 coverage that struck a chord with readers. Not surprisingly, ...
Here's a look at the most popular Channel Marker blog posts of 2017 and what they might say about 2018 trends for IT channel partners.
As the digital transformation business moves into back-office operations, systems such as procurement may be among the candidates for renewal.
A new study on IoT adoption commissioned by Aruba Networks, a networking vendor and Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, has yielded some food for thought for channel partners. The study, The ...
As channel partners mull over business moves for the upcoming year, many executives may consider IoT as a potential play -- and for good reason. "There is so much demand for IoT within SMBs [small ...
The SMB market is a mixed bag this year, with spending declines forecast for small businesses and increased IT spending expected for mid-size companies.
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.
Channel partners can minimize their marketing expenditures by focusing on their existing customers, according to author Joseph Jaffe.