Company announces software plus services strategy, while admitting SaaS threw executives for a loop
The software giant may make its boldest move yet to prove that its Dymanics and CRM products are channel mainstays
American distributor hires former Ingram Canada executive to lead the charge
The Canadian subsidiary is trying to raise awareness of leak prevention as it releases its Express product for the SMB
Martin Kalsbeek is leaving Ingram Micro Canada, but he will have a say in who replaces him
New GM Mike Sharun discusses his three mandates, the Dell partnership, increasing channel sales and how the new Arrow/Skydata arrangement is working out
Psion Teklogix has released its next-generation Workabout Pro mobile computing handheld for the wireless data collection market.
Intel responds to changes in the mobility market with Santa Rosa, a set of chip technologies that emphasizes performance over speed. Execs walk through the need-to-know features
New LiveCycle Enterprise package to contain both PDF and Flash as Adobe heads in a new direction with its products
More than 20 new solution providers crashed the Top 100 rankings this year. And, some old familiar companies made their way back onto the list. Once again, the Canadian solution providers proved they are a force to be reckoned with in the IT industry. This year’s rankings have more creative and services oriented business partners than ever before.
One of the big channel acquisitions last year happened when Insight bough business-to-business IT solutions and services provider Software Spectrum.
Two-tier channel networking vendor focuses on fortifying network security portfolio
At first glance KTI Kanatek Technologies of Ottawa looks like a company that was nowhere and then skyrocketed to 47th place in the CDN Top 100 Solution Provider rankings
Distributor to start search for new boss immediately, but Martin Kalsbeek will remain in charge until year’s end
For the first time, a Dell Dimension PC will be available at Wal-Mart Canada