In an era where vendors are aiming to get bigger and become one-stop technology shops, the value of the channel partner won’t be diminished
Advanced and environmental technologies were popular here
The idea of consolidating computer servers onto fewer physical machines is something we can pretty much take for granted now
Are we letting technology advance faster than we can secure it? The famed former Canadian hacker thinks so (Includes VIDEO)
Finding the business value of Twitter, and avoiding the pitfalls of “social notworking”
Low price and low margin can mean high volume, but partners will face competition from mobile carrier giveaways
Cloud computing could mean less hardware and software to sell in the traditional sense
Some collaboration tools come from fantasy island
Best business practices from successful IT leaders…and Wayne Gretzky
The channel’s future lies in services. That was the central message from a session on channel business models at IDC Canada’s annual IDC Directions conference this year.
Business models such as SaaS are prompting channel partners to develop new practices
Customers want to have relations with less vendors, while channel partners are finally networking
Video conferencing goes back to the 1980s, so why does airplane travel continue to increase?
Will social networking technology ever be good for business?
IDC says nearly 1,800 exabytes of information will have been created rnby 2011, but how much of it do we really need?