2015 Cisco Partner Summit Coverage
The 2015 Cisco Partner Summit just wrapped up in Montreal, where CEO John Chambers and many other Cisco executives used the event as a platform to push channel partners toward software, cloud computing and the Internet of Everything.
CRN was on hand with the more than 2,200 partners attending the event. Bookmark this page for the latest news and analysis from the 2015 Cisco Partner Summit.
John Chambers hit the stage at the 2015 Cisco Partner Summit to tell partners that the time is now to transform themselves and their customers into "digital" companies.
Cisco used the 2015 Cisco Partner Summit to launch a new OpenStack-based managed services bundle and financing options to jump-start partners' ability to make money selling private and hybrid cloud solutions.
The Cisco Software Partner Program, set to launch in 2016, will reward partners for their investments with Cisco software. The company also revamped its Cloud and Managed Services Program.
Ahead of the 2015 Cisco Partner Summit, CRN Executive Editor Jennifer Follett talked to CRNtv about the networking giant's new focus -- software.
In a wide-ranging Q&A session, Cisco CEO John Chambers touches on where rivals have gone wrong and why Cisco is the right choice for partners.
Cisco is offering certified partners seven new offerings aimed at boosting their portfolio of professional services for cloud solutions.
Cisco's Bruce Klein talked to CRN about the networking giant's software expectations for channel partners ahead of this week's 2015 Cisco Partner Summit.
Leading up to this week's 2015 Cisco Partner Summit in Montreal, CRN spoke with Cisco's global channel chief about the networking giant's new software focus.