For the first time, Google Cloud invited partners to its Accelerate sales kickoff conference in Las Vegas…
Governments and private enterprises are having trouble sleeping knowing more of their data is being generated outside of the traditional data centre, but security solutions firm Pivot3 says its latest certification will help them sleep a little better.
Canadian partners chime in about Avaya’s strategy for 2020
When asked what she thought about value-added resellers and how firms seeking business with the largest independently owned customs brokerage in Canada could get her attention, Arlene McDonald’s answer was blunt – bring something new to the table.
Despite still being on the U.S. government’s naughty list, Kaspersky’s recently appointed managing director for North America Rob Cataldo is confident about the direction the company is heading in.
Enterprises still have reservations when it comes to moving their large complex networks to the cloud, but Aruba’s latest enhancements to its SD-Branch solution should quell many of those concerns, according to Patrick LaPorte.
IBM has frequently touted the $1 trillion hybrid cloud market ever since it purchased Red Hat, and Red Hat Canada’s country manager Claude Reeves is “very optimistic” about the opportunities channel partners will have next year to get in on that action.
Distributor Tech Data has agreed to sell its outstanding shares to Apollo Global Management, totaling approximately US$5.4 billion in an all-cash deal.
Ingram Micro Canada has a new vice-president.
The world’s most prominent malware threat is alive and well, and its devastating financial impact on businesses has only increased, especially in Canada, according to Datto Inc.’s fourth annual Global State of the Channel Ransomware Report.
From spinning disks to flash, world’s largest steel company says Pure Storage’s Evergreen program is the real deal
The world’s largest steel company talks about its experience with Pure Storage’s Evergreen program.
IBM releases updated mainframe computers for the enterprise.
A Toronto-based cybersecurity firm today announced it has been selected to provide the Canadian federal government with security solutions and systems integration services.
Data management firm Commvault made a bold acquisition this week.
Municipalities often struggle with backup and recovery, MSP says, but tiny Alberta township sets the right example
A small township in Alberta recently experienced something few townships talk about openly – hardware failure.