5 channel partner takeaways from AWS re: Invent

CRN caught up with several AWS partners, including SoftwareONE, Crayon and WWT to hear their thoughts on what the hyperscaler announced at the conference

Kelsey Rees
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AWS recently wrapped up its annual cloud computing event, AWS re: Invent, held this year at Las Vegas.  The public cloud giant made several announcements during the conference, including the lau...

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