Welcome to the Big Interview hub
Those who work in tech can sometimes be perceived as being all about the figures.
CRN's Big Interview takes a personal angle with execs, finding out how life put them on their current path.
This series shines a light on high-profile individuals in the channel, finding out what makes them tick, their career progression and where they seek inspiration.
Michael Tso opens up to CRN on how the financial crisis led him to his current role and the hard lessons he's learned
The Big Interview: SentinelOne boss on brutal honesty, M&A advances and why rivals don't offer warranties
Tomer Weingarten opens up to CRN about giving up his basketball dreams
SHI's UK boss on gunning for the public sector, relying less on hardware sales and committing to drunken promises
Darren Brodrick says VAR is gunning for a top 10 spot in CRN's Top VARs research
Graeme Watt tells CRN he sees 'no end in sight' for current digital transformation investment cycle as he declares that the market is as 'good as he's ever seen it'
Charles Giancarlo talks CRN through his winding career from founding companies, moving into private equity and joining Pure
Adam Warby talks CRN through his nearly two decades with the Microsoft part-owned firm
BJ Jenkins on leading a company in the fast-paced cybersecurity world, cultivating a family-like work culture, and what partners can expect from this year's upcoming conference
Duo Security's former CEO Dug Song opens up on a colourful journey that eventually saw him sell his business to Cisco for over $2bn
Michelle Atkinson tells CRN how she went from teenage office junior to heading the firm and how the gender divide has changed over her 30 years in the channel
Proact's CEO on hitting revenue targets, giving storage 'extra love' and growing through acquisitions
Jonas Hasselberg outlines plans for Sweden-based firm after taking the reins last year
Peter Bauer on the company's humble beginnings, how he deals with the 'not so good' days as CEO, and why he doesn't regret going public in the US rather than the UK
Bipul Sinha explains how he felt he was 'sitting on the sidelines' while working as a VC investor
Marcin Kleczynski explains how he started the firm aged 14 after infecting his family computer with a virus