Global telecom providers came together at Citi's 2017 Internet, Media and Telecommunications Conference last week to share their plans and address questions around their strategies. Here's what five of the largest carriers had to say.
Nearly three-quarters of the technology companies on our watch list recorded gains in the price of their stocks in 2016. Take a look at who was up and who was down.
Tekserve's business solutions arm, T2 Computing, will begin its next chapter as part of Axispoint, combining hardware and software expertise to provide a more well-rounded experience to media and entertainment firms.
NWN President and Chief Operating Officer Skip Tappen, a driving force behind the teamwork and putting-customers-first culture at the SP 500 powerhouse, has been promoted to CEO.
Productivity and gaming laptops from Lenovo, Dell, HP and Samsung made their debuts at CES 2017. Here are 13 laptops that stood out from the pack.
There's a lot of buzz around virtual and augmented reality, but developers have failed to focus on products rather than platforms.
More executive turmoil is happening at Dimension Data, with sources telling CRN that North America President Waheed Choudry and Senior Vice President of Human Resources Denise Messineo have left the systems integrator.
The company is seeking to bring more vertical expertise as part of providing customized mobility solutions.
The new Safe2Click Global Channel Partner Program will lay the foundation for future channel growth at the security startup, executives said.
Invincea has shifted to a 100 percent channel model and launched a new partner program as it looks to take on stiff competition in the next-generation endpoint security market.
PCM has brought on CompuCom's David Hall and SHI's Keith Joseph as part of an executive reshuffling to supercharge the solution provider's commercial inside sales and lifecycle services practices.
New Rackspace President Jeff Cotten formerly led the company's Fanatical Support for AWS division, highlighting the provider's evolution toward a multi-cloud managed services practice.
From "ear-free" headphones to a mosquito-killing robot, here are some of the oddities we found at this year's CES.
CenturyLink's acquisition of solution provider Seal Consulting means an expanded portfolio of SAP solutions and expertise, and more SAP managed services opportunities for partners, according to the carrier.
The mobility giant calls itself the 'uncontested global leader in IoT devices,' and intends to spend on R&D and acquisitions in the IoT space throughout the year.
The program will offer three service levels, as well as training and certifications for partners wanting to deploy PCs more quickly and monitor those deployments more closely.
Fortinet is looking to make further investments in the channel in 2017, Vice President of Americas Channels and Emerging Technologies Joe Sykora said in an exclusive interview with CRN. Sykora is attending the company's Accelerate 2017 event in Las Vegas this week.
We learned one thing at this year's CES -- wearables are no longer merely wristwatches. From shirts to headsets, the wearables at CES proved just how far advanced technology has come. Here are the top 10 wearables at CES.
Douglas Murray, CEO of software-defined networking specialist Big Switch Networks, takes a deep dive with CRN about the company's revamped channel strategy tied tightly to its technology partnership ecosystem.
CES might be over, but these weird images will be burned into attendees' retinas for months to come.