Red Hat’s Colin Fisher on the future for cloud service providers
Partner Content: Exclusive CRN Research Reveals How Partnering With Open Source Can Boost Partner Profit Margins
Red Hat partnered with CRN to identify key cloud opportunities for channel players.
ITAM will be critical in helping firms cut costs during recession, according to new trade body launched today
CRM 'remains largest and fastest-growing' enterprise app category in 2018, according to Gartner
Dropbox channel lead says its most successful partners are now selling five to eight cloud-based applications in a single wrap
Momentum shifting away from market incumbents such as IBM and Oracle, according to Gartner, which claims spending on application infrastructure and middleware grew 12 per cent last year
Revenues tipped by Gartner to grow a further 16 per cent this year on back of rising demand for lead management, voice of the customer and field service management capabilities
Freedom of Information request finds that 83 per cent of Windows machines in local authorities are still running ageing operating system, despite support ending in January 2020
Over two thirds of organisations still running unsupported Office 2007, research finds
Move sees Google offer a cheaper, lower-performance version of its GCP cloud network
Marc Benioff says Salesforce competitors have done a 'horrible job'
US-based Cisco and Dell EMC partner World Wide Technology launches Asynchrony Labs arm in the UK
Microsoft partner is billing its new GDPR Governance Service as a 'comprehensive GDPR management and risk mitigation solution'
Micro Focus sees shares drop over nine per cent as revenues at soon-to-be acquired HPE software arm disappoint
Microsoft's new laptop described as 'beautiful' but some feel the vendor's attempt to take the fight to Chrome in the schools market will leave people confused
AppExchange partner programme will support partners as they move beyond apps and into other areas such as intelligent bots, CRM heavyweight claims
Legalisation costs and damages clawed in by body representing Microsoft, Adobe and Autodesk rose 19 per cent in 2016, but rival body CCL dismisses the amount as a 'rounding error'