CRN Channel News


  • At The Half: CRN's 2018 Tech Midyear In Review
    From the sudden resignation of Intel CEO Brian Krzanich to Dell Technologies reaching an agreement to take the company public again, join CRN as we look at the biggest stories impacting the channel in the first half of 2018.
  • 5 Reasons HPE GreenLake Is A Hit
    Hewlett Packard Enterprise's GreenLake pay per use offerings are a hit with customers and channel partners with the sales pipeline "growing exponentially." Here are five reasons partners are pumped up to sell HPE GreenLake.
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    The UC Upper Hand: Owning The Customer Relationship
    Now partners don’t have to completely change the way they do business to be profitable. Discover why more than 70 percent of Intermedia’s partners take advantage of its private labeling opportunity.
  • Black Box Inks Deal With 'Social Media Giant'
    The deal with the yet-to-be-named social media company potentially could total $300 million or more and marks the beginning of a five- to 10-year stragetic partnership, Black Box said Friday.
  • Black Box Warns Investors Of Potential For Bankruptcy
    "A default under the Amended Credit Agreement would have a material, adverse effect on our business and could result in bankruptcy," the filing states.
  • Women Of The Channel 2018: Meaningful Change
    Now, more than ever, women are helping each other succeed. They're becoming mentors, getting more involved in groups and events, and helping to highlight career opportunities.
  • 5 Big Bets D&H Is Making In 2018
    As D&H celebrates its 100-year anniversary, Co-President Dan Schwab talks with CRN about where the distributor is putting its money throughout the rest of 2018.
  • 5 Keys To Synnex's Acquisition of Convergys
    Synnex's $2.8 billion blockbuster acquisition of call center operations leader Convergys instantly puts the distributor with its Concentrix division into a clear leadership position in the Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) market, said Synnex CEO Dennis Polk. Here are five things you need to know about the deal which reshapes the BPO competitive landscape.