For the week ending Jan. 20, CRN looks at IT companies that were unfortunate, unsuccessful or just didn't make good decisions.
For the week ending Jan. 20, CRN takes a look at the companies that brought their 'A' game to the channel.
In other top stories, Avaya files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Also, Cisco's Chambers is bullish on the market under the new Trump administration.
At its Momentum event this week, here's what executives said partners can expect from FireEye in the months to come, including new technology, go-to-market strategies and marketing initiatives.
Dell channel executives Jim DeFoe and John Byrne are set to update Dell EMC distribution partners on specifics of the programs' structure, coverage model and certain policies.
In Big Blue's Q4 earnings call, CFO Martin Schroeter said the company now derives 40 percent of its revenue from the strategic imperatives of cloud, analytics, mobile, social and security.
The CRN Test Center went hands-on with the first device featuring Google's Tango AR technology.
Tech executives normally would proudly proclaim their participation at the historic inauguration of an incoming president, but not this year.
The company has named a former Cloudera executive who previously worked under Google Cloud leader Diane Greene at VMware as the company's new channel chief.
SADA Systems CEO Tony Safoian speaks with CRN about why he's making a massive investment in the cloud and the tremendous opportunity it creates for solution providers, especially in the midmarket.
Avaya partners are backing the company's decision to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy to combat its massive $6 billion debt.
Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins tells Business Insider he's "very optimistic" about the economy after speaking with President Elect Donald Trump and his team and a technology summit last month.
SMS and Curvature merge to create third-party data center and networking hardware and services powerhouse.
Kevin Kennedy says he is confident the company will emgerge 'stronger than ever' and remains focused on minimizing disruption to customers, partners and employees.
Eighty-four percent of the companies on our watch list of publicly held channel companies saw the price of their stock increase in 2016. Take a look at who was up and who was down.
The acquisition of Exablox gives StorageCraft the opportunity to grow the market for its large channel base to include both primary and secondary storage, and possibly into hyper-converged infrastructure.
Issues such as encryption and taxes could become front and center for Apple as the new administration is set to take over.
Deal will add application programming interface design and governance capabilities to Oracle's API Integration Cloud service.
The smartly designed offering delivers a creative, beautiful way to interact with augmented reality at an office desk.
Windstream has revealed a VeloCloud-powered SD-WAN solution that will give its partner community another recurring revenue opportunity.