Rackspace Is Betting On The Wisdom Of 'Co-Opetition'
Bold, risky partnerships with rivals put the cloud provider in uncharted territory as it attempts to ride a multivendor trend, analysts and partners say. Rackspace's CTO says that's where the company always intended to be.
New Day Dawns: CSC Split, SRA Merger Done, Spawning $8.1B Commercial, $5.5B Public Sector Powerhouses
CSC and CSRA executives rang the New York Stock Exchange's opening bell today as separate entities, culminating a flurry of transactions intended to reposition both businesses for stronger growth and profitability.
ForeScout Aims To Be The Most Channel-Friendly Company On The Block
CEO Michael DeCesare says ForeScout has seen 'absolutely crazy growth,' reaching more than $100 million in annual revenue this year – an increase of 50 percent year over year. Driving that growth, he says, are its 154 active channel partners.
CRN Exclusive: Whitman On Microsoft Azure Pact, The AWS Relationship, And The Investor Fallout From The Dell-EMC Deal
Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman spoke with CRN about the new independent company's decision to make Microsoft Azure a ‘preferred’ public cloud provider, the relationship with Amazon Web Services, investor fallout and unrest around Dell's planned $67 billion acquisition of EMC, and Aruba's gains in the networking battle with Cisco.