Winslow Technology Group was grandfathered into the Titanium level of Dell EMC's combined channel partner program, but meeting the Titanium revenue requirements in the coming year will mean quickly growing the business.
Armed with a capital infusion two years ago from Chicago-based private equity powerhouse GTCR, solution provider Park Place Technologies has added to its arsenal by acquiring three companies within the last year. (From ITBestOfBreed.com)
In this part of a two-part interview, Dell EMC's David Goulden and Jeremy Burton talk to CRN about some of the biggest business issues facing the company, including how much more freedom EMC gained by becoming private after being acquired by Dell.
The acquisition, coming on the heels of Carbonite's recent purchase of disaster recovery and business continuity specialist EVault, shows that Carbonite, which started as a consumer cloud backup company, is rapidly becoming a B2B competitor.
With its Open Mesh acquisition, Datto brings its disaster recovery and business continuity MSPs into the networking market, claiming there is a huge gap between the demand for managed networking services and what the competition offers.
Dominic Orr spoke with CRN about Aruba's battle against networking behemoth Cisco including Aruba's software and architectural advantages versus Cisco Meraki, Cisco's software-defined shortcomings and the changing customer networking landscape.