Telepresence will never replace an in-person meeting, but the technology is getting closer all the time
Forget the economic blues, green is the way to go when money is tight and every dollar countsrn
The industry was humming in 2008 with talk of cloud computing, but will 2009 reveal that the enthusiasm was premature?
From channel devil to channel angel? After nearly a year, Dell’s first-ever true channel program has gone much better than anticipated, but the once untrusted vendor still has some work to do
Conrad Mandala working to bring more freedom to its base of channel partners
Tidd orchestrates one of the fastest comebacks in Canadian ITrnrn
Affordability is playing a key role in the growth of the multi-function printer market – and its attracting a new breed of customers that the channel already has contacts with
This Quebec telephony solution provider is all about savings and security
20 experts from around the world provide the answer to some of the most burning questions involving the Green IT movement
The Vancouver-based network performance management software developer decides rnto go all in with the channel
Sylvie Gauvin and her partner Pierre Bouchard started their telephony company almost a quarter of a century ago and continue to succeed in a very crowded and competitive market.
Vancouver-based Apparent Networks Inc. will be a vendor to watch in 2008 as it ramps up its go-to-market strategy to convert the company from a direct sales force to a channel-based model.
The good ol’ channel keeps the homes fire burnin’ at Acer Canada
Security fraudsters go commercial in 2007, but Symantec Canada has continued securing organizations and educating the masses for 25 years
Terry Tomecek speaks of Acer Canada’s relations with D&H