IBM employees in the company's Systems and Technology Group, which is being acquired by Lenovo, feel like they're being railroaded.Read more in the CRN Tech News App.
Security-centric solution providers who attended the show say they are seeing tremendous growth in their business, while a number of startups are seeing venture capital dollar signs.
IBM Partners say deep jobs cuts at the computer giant could translate into more business for them.Ingram Micro North America President Paul Bay gives his two cents on the state of the channel, PC sales, mobility, the cloud and more in an exclusive interview with CRN.
Cloud and managed services provider Masergy is bringing a new Polycom phone rental program for enterprises on an opex model.
The CRN Test Center reviews a budget-friendly high-performance Wi-Fi access point for SOHO and SMB markets.
Cloud providers that are not flexible with contract negotiations and unwilling to submit to a vulnerability scan should be avoided, according to a panel of security experts at RSA Conference.Cisco estimates 50 billion connected devices will be in use by 2020. But the current security landscape needs a major overhaul first, according to Cisco execs at the RSA Conference.
Lumenate's vMediCube solution works with Apple's iPad 3 and gives medical professionals easy wireless access to high-resolution MRIs.
Hosted communications specialist Voxox signs MicroCorp as a new master agent partner and launches a virtual PBX solution for the SMB market.
Cisco said this week it's "leading the way" with its new Evolved Services Platform for network functions virtualization (NFV), despite the rush of competitors also investing in the technology.
Wells Fargo maintains its focus on the channel and its reseller partners with its second latest big partnership with AT&T.After announcing a restructuring just a few months ago, Ingram Micro is undergoing another strategic global restructuring and laying off 180 NA employees, saying it will bring the distributor closer to partners.For years, Microsoft resisted paying security researchers for submitting vulnerabilities they found in its software. Now it's doing just that, and a Microsoft executive explains why.
The IP networking and Ethernet transport vendor says it recognized the need to boost its sales footprint to support the growth it was seeing in the enterprise market.