Join us for our weekly news round up on CRNtv. This week, Thoma Bravo acquired Boston-based IT management platform provider Continuum, Red River purchased software integration solution provider Natoma Technologies.
For the week ending June 16, CRN takes a look at the companies that brought their 'A' game to the channel.
One of the biggest issues potential Forsythe acquirers will have to confront are cultural related to the company's 100 percent employee-owned structure, sources said.
Partners looking to break into the Internet of Things should pursue offerings around temperature monitoring and smart lighting, says a Tech Data IoT practice leader.
The appointment of Sandra Crosswell as CSO/CISO will help the security vendor expand its offerings with partners, including products and professional services, according to SonicWall.
Dell EMC Networking said Thursday that its X Series switches will be available exclusively through distribution for the first time.
Boutique master agent PlanetOne Communications CEO Ted Schuman discusses how partners should be approaching their end customers today, the payoff from recurring revenue, and why he expects more consolidation in the master agent community.
Tintri has officially filed for its IPO, saying Friday that it intends to raise $100 million as it looks to capitalize on the growing marketing for enterprise cloud offerings.
IBM extends its alliance with Hortonworks and will offer the Hortonworks Data Platform as its distribution of the Hadoop big data platform.
West Corp's 16 top executives and directors could earn as much as a combined $84.5 million in stock, option and severance payouts if the proposed acquisition by Apollo Global Management goes through.
Public sector solution provider Red River has purchased a software integration solution provider to increase its geographic footprint and expand the range of services it can provide to federal customers.
Charles "Chuck" Thacker led the development of the first personal computer at the famed Xerox PARC organization in the 1970s, and co-developed other now-common technologies as Ethernet and the laser printer.
At the 2017 Mass Bay Security Summit, CRNtv spoke with Owen Lamb, Sales Engineering Manager at Varonis, about the importance of sifting through corporate data and identifying potential threats.
Lenovo North American Channel Chief Sammy Kinlaw said the vendor isn't stepping away from Google's low-priced Chrome devices, but plans to invest more in premium personal computing products to better drive profitable growth.
Fast growing solution provider Sentinel Technologies is driving security as a service revenues through its unique SecuritySelect platform.
On the one year anniversary of Kevin Mandia's appointment as CEO of FireEye, CRN spoke with partners, analysts, and Mandia himself to see how the company has changed (and where it still has to go) under its new leadership.
Gavriella Schuster sees moving to the next level of digital transformation as the next big thing for Microsoft's massive partner-base, and getting a better handle on their customer's industry-specific challenges is the key.
FireEye CEO Kevin Mandia spoke with CRN on his one year anniversary as CEO of the security vendor. Take a look at what he feels he's accomplished, what's changed at FireEye, and what work still remains to be done.
The opportunity around cloud security is immense, and lots of startups and legacy vendors are looking to take advantage. Here are 10 companies making noise in the market.
Datto CEO Austin McChord said Datto is 100 percent focus on the MSP business is driving the company's growth and its expansion from data protection into networking and security.