What partners need to know as IBM and Red Hat seal merger

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Channel bosses from IBM and Red Hat open up on channel overlap, programmes and fast-tracking Red Hat partners

This article originally appeared on CRN sister title Channel Partner Insight IBM closed its $34bn acquisition of open source provider Red Hat yesterday. CPI spoke to the partner bosses from both...

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