CES 2015 had a slew of new home automation devices and platforms that are laying the groundwork for houses of the future.
While BlackBerry refuted media reports that it was approached by Samsung with a $7.5 billion buyout offer, many industry analysts called the move plausible. CRN looks at five major reasons why.
Respondents' optimism about their growth prospects hides a certain cautiousness, fear and frustration with the current IT jobs environment. Via itbestofbreed.com
Marten Mickos, the former Eucalyptus CEO who's now leading HP's cloud strategy, says it's better to find ways to work with Amazon than to compete directly against it.
Centrify is adding a program to support managed service providers around its SaaS-based identity and privilege management platform.
It was another huge year for technology giant Apple, as new partnerships, products and acquisitions stole the headlines. Here are the top 10 Apple stories of 2014.
According to Aaron Rubin, a San Francisco attorney with the firm Morrison & Foerster, buyers don't make rigorous demands of sellers when looking into their social media practices and policies. Via itbestofbreed.com
CenturyLink used its CenturyLink AllianceExpo 2015 partner conference to introduce the Platform CenturyLink, an integrated platform featuring the company's networking, cloud, co-location and managed services.
Leonard Iventosch, a longtime channel veteran of EMC and NetApp, says he joined ExtraHop because it provides an opportunity to work with a young company with room to grow its indirect sales.
Qualcomm has joined forces with D-Link and distributor Arrow to bring connected lighting competition to Philips.
Startups were at the top of their game as 2014 came to a close, landing millions -- and sometimes even billions -- in tech VC funding. Take a look at 10 startups that stood out.
The age of affordable, enterprise-grade videoconferencing is finally at hand thanks to the cloud.
BlackBerry refutes the report, but partners and analysts say the company's range of security and enterprise products and patent portfolio would be very attractive to Samsung.
One way to fix the IT talent shortage? Build a partnership with a prestigious tech university. That's exactly what Accenture has done with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and it hopes the program will bring up the company's next generation of IT leaders.Via itbestofbreed.com
Google rolls out beta of new cloud monitoring service, which lets customers keep close tabs on how their apps are performing on its public cloud, as well as Amazon Web Services.
PayPal will bring its PayPal Here hardware card readers to Windows devices, including the Surface Pro 3 tablet and Lumia 830 and 635 smartphones.
John Starr, an executive from private equity firm Vista Equity Partners, is overseeing channel operations while the company invests in a professional services team.
Drones are becoming less military spyware, and more gadget of the future. Here are two drones with prices that won't break the bank.
Synnex CEO Kevin Murai spoke with CRN on what partners can expect from the HP split and the distributor's new Customer Care business.
Chris Spain, vice president of Cisco's Enterprise Infrastructure and Solutions Group, talks to CRN about what he sees as the four biggest networking trends.