HP's partner conference was a largely positive affair despite one glaring concern, Tom Wright reports
After Nutanix's and VMware's public fallout over marketing campaigns and emails, CRN picks our favourite examples of vendors getting catty
As Microsoft announces the end of support for its mobile OS, we look at why its CEO never really backed it in the first place
Computacenter's much-anticipated acquisition in the US has finally materialised. But what kind of company is FusionStorm?
A spate of acquisitions this summer prevented the usual news lull experienced in August, Tom Wright explains
Today saw 14 of the UK IT channel's biggest hitters come together to determine the winners of CRN's WiC awards. But what does being a WiC judge actually involve? Doug Woodburn reports
Tom Wright asks if next-gen security's poster boy has moved past its own hype and become a serious contender
Profiling over 800 resellers across the region, the European Elite from CRN sister publication Channelnomics Europe will make essential reading for any channel player looking to expand in mainland Europe or discover how their continental cousins are faring...
Doug Woodburn runs through what's in the latest issue of CRN, including our Big Interview with Emma de Sousa and analysis of the pay gap data of the UK's top 35 resellers by headcount
Josh Budd, content editor of CRN sister publication Channelnomics Europe reflects on whether partners should be encouraged by what they've heard at Dell Technologies World
Tom Wright argues that Cisco is now giving partners a clear direction, after putting the worst of its software transition behind it
Doug Woodburn outlines the rationale behind our Women in Channel campaign
Sara Yirrell explains why CRN has waited until now to launch this initiative
If Softcat's essence could be bottled, we'd all be buying some, says Doug Woodburn
Doug Woodburn introduces the library of research available through the new CRN Essential service
Josh Budd asks whether 2018 will see a change in fortunes for a commoditised storage market
Avaya has made a lot of noise after leaving Chapter 11 bankruptcy, but questions remain over its cloud progress
Doug Woodburn unveils the vital aspects in this year's Top VARs report
McAfee has made its mark on the coveted CASB space, but what else does the reborn anti-virus stalwart have in store for the channel?
After nine quarters in the vendor's hotseat, how has its CEO proved himself a different beast to former boss John Chambers?
The UK channel's biggest success story is about to undergo a change in leadership. Doug Woodburn gets the industry's views on who might theoretically have the relevant attributes for the CEO role
Partners will be delighted that Microsoft's share price has doubled since Satya Nadella took the reins, says Doug Woodburn
The most tiresome vendor lines and pitches we've heard countless times
A recent panel debate among IT leaders suggested they value honesty, stability and specialisation over price, argues Doug Woodburn