A Microsoft partner that has successfully hired and integrated neurodiverse people into its workforce shares its story.
Canadian partners chime in about Avaya’s strategy for 2020
Ransomware reared its ugly head many times this year, but as the barrier to entry for deploying ransomware becomes frighteningly low, experts are warning that municipalities are becoming increasingly vulnerable.
OVHcloud has come a long way since its early days as a web hosting provider in 1999, and so has its Canadian presence in the past several years despite significant challenges.
New data from NPD Group shows a sharp 18 per cent increase in the number of security software solutions going through distributors from 2017 and 2018.
The manufacturing industry is spending billions of dollars on IoT, but it continues to do a terrible job of securing its connected devices.
After going back to the drawing board, Lenovo decided the best way to achieve market-share dominance was by combining elements of its data centre and intelligent devices groups.
More than 200 channel marketers listened intently to Marcus Sheridan and his story about swimming pools during Cisco Systems’ Marketing Velocity event Wednesday.
California’s HashiCorp has quietly built a strong portfolio of open source solutions, and is now leaning on a Toronto partner to get them into the hands of customers north of the border.
While the hardware giant wasn’t shy about talking products, it focused a lot on differentiation this week, encouraging partners to invest in the ability to service the HP products being resold, specifically printers.
By 2020, 80 per cent of partners will be defined by multiple labels, says IDC.
After quietly announcing an investment from M/C Partners and a merger with a similar-looking managed cloud services…
Not unlike that one friend who got a tattoo 10 years ago and now wants it covered up, some enterprises have been experiencing a similar phenomenon when it comes to the cloud services they’ve shifted workloads to.
Datto officially opened its new Canadian headquarters in Markham this week.
Avaya is doing away with its multitude of complicated product names and lumping them under what it’s calling Avaya Intelligent Xperiences (Avaya IX).