|The solution provider giant believes those principles of service management can be exported well outside the IT organization.|
|The president of the family-owned solution provider tells how the second generation has built what their father launched.|
|The two generations have different approaches to using technology, but they can also learn from each other, the CEO says.|
Why do venture capitalists and channel-friendly IT companies blend nicely? Top VCs and solution providers tell why.
|Who are the top integrators, service providers and IT consultants in North America by services revenue. Here are the top 100 on CRN's annual list for 2017.|
|Scale is "critical," Chris Adams says after solution provider executed its third acquisition in less than a year.|
With what3words, Chris Sheldrick and his team have divided the entire planet into three-meter squares and assigned each a unique, three-word identifier, like famous.splice.writers or blocks.evenly.breed, giving a precise address to the billions of people worldwide who don't have one.
With her gorgeous, haunting photographs, artist Uldus Bakhtiozina documents dreams, working with daily life as she imagines it could be.
Margrethe Vestager wants to keep European markets competitive -- which is why, on behalf of the EU, she's fined Google $2.8 billion for breaching antitrust rules, asked Apple for $15.3 billion in back taxes and investigated a range of companies, from Gazprom to Fiat, for anti-competitive practice
After decades of research and billions spent in clinical trials, we still have a problem with cancer drug delivery, says biomedical engineer Elizabeth Wayne. Chemotherapy kills cancer -- but it kills the rest of your body, too. Instead of using human design to fight cancer, why not use nature's?
The Greenland ice sheet is massive, mysterious -- and melting. Using advanced technology, scientists are revealing its secrets for the first time, and what they've found is amazing: hidden under the ice sheet is a vast aquifer that holds a Lake Tahoe-sized volume of water from the summer melt.
It's never too late to reinvent yourself. Take it from Paul Tasner -- after working continuously for other people for 40 years, he founded his own start-up at age 66, pairing his idea for a business with his experience and passion. And he's not alone.
|After taking over for the now-retired Fred Traversi, C.R. Howdyshell focuses on a new future.|
|The CEO of the solution provider giant explains why the recent deal for Tekserve and its T2 Computing branch complements its go-to-market strategy.|
|The solution provider doubled down on its employee referral program to widen the pipeline of potential hires.|
|Less than six months after its inception, the Florida-based company is off and running with two key acquisitions.|
|The solution provider CEO talks about serving a regulation-heavy industry in the U.S. and Europe.|
Orders for Unified Office's suite grew "dramatically" after initial installations at Domino's Pizza franchises, CEO says.