Trading halts and mounting debt are fueling speculation that Tianjin Tianhai, which late 2016 acquired Ingram Micro, may be looking to sell the distributor to a rival like Synnex.
The Lenovo Mirage Solo lets users explore the virtual world without being tied to a wire.
IT industry veteran Mark Melvin first joined ePlus Technology in 2006 as the director of solutions engineering for the Mid-Atlantic. During his tenure, ePlus pivoted more toward services integration, with a particular focus on the data center.
For the week ending Jan. 12, CRN looks at IT companies that were unfortunate, unsuccessful or just didn't make good decisions.
HP and Apple were the two winners in the PC market in the final quarter of 2017. Here are the five top takeaways from Gartner's Q4 2017 PC market report.
From a speaker that scares away would-be robbers to a cute little robot assistant, here are 10 cool smart home assistants at CES 2018.
Salil Parekh, a 25-year Capgemini veteran, speaks to analysts for the first time Friday since taking over at the Bangalore, India-based IT outsourcing powerhouse.
For the week ending Jan. 12, CRN takes a look at the companies that brought their 'A' game to the channel.
IBM's prototype of a massively powerful quantum computer holds the promise of solving highly complex problems that traditional computers have never been able to attempt.
Laptops focused on productivity and streaming from Dell, Lenovo, HP and Samsung made their debuts at the show.
With Connection Pro, solution providers can start earning additional revenue on the cost-effective internet add-on, while ensuring near-100 percent uptime for their SMB customers.
ThousandEyes executive Ashwin Kedia speaks with CRN about how the company's new partnership with Juniper Networks will help enterprises move more quickly to deliver, develop and troubleshoot their networks.
FireEye says X15 Software's open platform can easily incorporate new security technologies and big data sources to adapt to the evolving threat environment.
AMD, contrary to its earlier comments, now concedes that its processors could be susceptible to both variants of the Spectre exploit.
After 15 years of organic growth and direct sales, Claromentis is looking to scale with a partner program that delivers industry expertise.
AMD, contrary to its earlier comments, now agrees that its processors could be susceptible to potential exploits related to two of the Spectre vulnerability variants.
Xerox partners who spoke with CRN said the agreement, if reached, would tighten an already-longstanding relationship between the Norwalk, Conn.-based document company and Fujifilm, which have co-owned joint venture partnership Fuji Xerox since 1962.
The position gives the channel veteran an opportunity to double down on Nectar's relationships with Microsoft and Cisco Systems.
New Nectar executive Ken Archer spoke with CRN about recruiting partners to the network monitoring and performance management firm and how he'll attack the booming unified communications market.
As part of its transformation, leaked documents suggest IBM is looking to pare the hardware and infrastructure consulting division