NetApp believes in the power of specialists, and during its annual conference this year – now virtual – the company highlighted its cloud strategy.
This year, announcements were few but the company took advantage of the opportunity to reinforce its commitment to its partners, and to give some new faces a bit of air time.
While Metallic was initially aimed at the midmarket, Commvault says that they’ve seen much more interest than anticipated from enterprises
Zoho CEO hints at further local support around the world, says company has always had a ‘rural flavour’
Zoho may not be a household name right now, but the software as a service company aims to change that.
While the event team quickly pivoted to streaming on Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube for the rest of the week, day one was not a happy time for SAP or for viewers.
Microsoft introduced several new features for its cloud service, Azure, leaving no doubt where its priorities now lie.
As U.S. sanctions against Huawei continue, the company is feeling the pain.
NetApp’s new channel chief for the Americas, Jim Elder, has a simple philosophy about his role: “It’s all about the partner sellers,” he said.
IBM’s big launch was Watson AIOps, which uses machine learning and AI to automate detection, diagnosis, and response to anomalies in IT infrastructure.
The message about the status of Red Hat’s independence now that it’s owned by IBM couldn’t have…
Governance is one of those things that DevOps (or DevSecOps) doesn’t worry a lot about. Not because it’s a bad thing, or unworthy of attention, it just doesn’t seem to be part of their turf.
During these days of lockdown, contact centres are a company’s lifeline for customers, and they’re of necessity rapidly evolving.
COVID-19 has turned the world upside down in ways we couldn’t have dreamed of six months ago. And it’s changing everything, including the way channel chiefs are looking at their businesses.
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For any IT pro who’s been around for more than five years, déjà vu must be setting in. It’s “scramble to get onto a supported desktop operating system (OS)” time, just as it was in early 2014, when Windows XP’s end-of-support loomed.