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Talking point: Languages for business

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Fleur Doidge asks if language e-learning software might be a useful add-on for resellers looking to boost their margins

27 Jan 2015

Avnet cheers rising EMEA profit margins

SaaS and the opportunity for export

Troll hunters: Is the US patent system 'broken'?

Trolls

Fierce debate about technology patent laws was reignited at the start of 2015 as storage firms united to hit back at so-called patent trolls

23 Jan 2015

Pure Storage: Broken US patent system is stifling tech market

Pure gobbles IBM patents in bid to protect its future

End of the beginning for everything as a service

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Providers that do not diversify their business model to include "as a service" in 2015 may become obsolete, warns Jessica Meek

19 Jan 2015

And now… billing as a service

Cohort offers resellers a fix of "Speed as a Service"

Home land technology

ChannelWeb goes down on the farm and asks what technologies could help the channel dig deeper in this vertical market?

16 Jan 2015

Raising the bar

Jack Gilbert asks what is driving a growing number of vendors to ‘make bigger bets on fewer partners', and whether some channel players losing out as a result?

09 Jan 2015

Where will channel growth come from in 2015?

Fleur Doidge asks industry watchers and channel insiders where businesses will focus this year

09 Jan 2015

CRN Channel Forecast - with Webroot's Charles Tomeo

Find out how partners are adding value in the security space in this Webroot-sponsored Q&A

06 Jan 2015

Dragon bites back: China looks to homegrown tech

As diplomatic finger-pointing continues, a business battle may be brewing with increased tensions around security

01 Jan 2015

Healing hardware - how 2014 saw the rebound of the channel's key market, part two

In part two of our feature, we examine how the troubled PC market bounced back

24 Dec 2014

Healing hardware - how 2014 saw the rebound of the channel's key market, part one

In the first installment, we look at well the EMEA server market did in 2014

23 Dec 2014

A party political broadcast

The workplace Christmas party is popular with some – less popular with others. How are channel companies celebrating this year?

17 Dec 2014

Fighting the good fight with data

US veterans' organisation enlists IBM's Watson to fight post-traumatic stress disorder with big data

17 Dec 2014

Streamlined fishing

A Scottish shellfish company has contoured its successful IT approach in time for Christmas

16 Dec 2014

Top VARs 2014 - channel chiefs on the state of the industry

A quartet of industry execs debate the channel's top trends

15 Dec 2014

The lucrative nature of privacy

For many channel bosses, private equity is a double-edged sword: some see it as a way to grow their business and execute their exit strategies, while others have strong reservations. Sara Yirrell chats to Tom Phipps, director at Livingstone Partners LLP, to see how PE firms view the channel

12 Dec 2014

In with the ‘in' cloud

Analysis of G-Cloud data shows more than two thirds of accredited firms yet to make a sale. Hannah Breeze investigates

01 Dec 2014

Special report: What you don't know can hurt you

In backup and data protection it has been all Greek to many customers for far too long. Fleur Doidge reports

01 Dec 2014

For one night only

Whether it was your first Channel Awards or your 21st, there was something for everyone at Battersea Arena on Thursday 14 November 2014

01 Dec 2014

Dot com days are here again

The global M&As market is booming once more, notes Chris Gonsalves

20 Nov 2014

Special report: The mysterious case of the unleased IT

Doug Woodburn looks into the riddle of why financing and leasing is not more popular in the channel

20 Nov 2014

Bridging the gap

Jack Gilbert asks if the TechNorth initiative can bridge the regional divide in the tech industry and channel

20 Nov 2014

Art of the abstract

Software-defined networking promises extraordinary benefits but can be risky, as Fleur Doidge discovers

18 Nov 2014

Back to school (again)

Budget cuts have altered the scorecard on education – but one savvy VAR has reinvented itself on schedule. Fleur Doidge reports

14 Nov 2014

CRN on Education

Leading channel figures report on market trends at our recent event focused on the education market

10 Nov 2014

Managing cloud services security with OpenDNS

Enhanced security settings are on offer to MSPs. Jessica Meek reports

10 Nov 2014

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Why I hate the Internet of Things with a passion!

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