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When you're working with customers, the people who build the applications count too, a Red Hat executive tells ChannelCon.
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Todd Thibodeaux said cybersecurity and cloud-based SaaS offerings represent the most immediate moneymaking opportunities.
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Conflict in business negotiation is common, but it doesn’t have to be that way. There are steps we can take to avoid conflict and misunderstandings. Often, it helps to analyze the unique causes of conflict in particular negotiation situations.
When the mergers-and-acquisitions boom began in 1993, many deals simply required the seller to let the buyer know if a “superior proposal” came along.
In business negotiation, a win-win agreement may be the ultimate goal, but it can sometimes prove elusive. Here, we offer four strategies from experts at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School on how to create win-win situations in even the trickiest negotiations.
Typically, when parties are negotiating over a resource they both desire – whether fees, budgets, salaries, schedules, or staff – the process results in an uninspired compromise somewhere between their positions.
Without a doubt, the biggest mistake that negotiators make—and one that many make routinely—is failing to thoroughly prepare. When you haven’t done the necessary analysis and research, you are highly likely to leave value on the table and even to be taken advantage of by your counterpart.
The clearest method for achieving exclusivity in negotiation is an exclusive negotiation period during which both sides agree not to talk to third parties, even if approached unexpectedly by others. In some arenas, these terms are called no-talk periods.
|Security service providers may want to know how quickly organizations de-provision former employees from their corporate apps.|
|As businesses rip out older middleware in favor of off-premise alternatives, they could turn to managed services, a report concludes.|
|A new report finds that organizations without the latest security are three times as likely to get hit with a data breach.|
As master agents face pressure to grow to keep the channel relevant to telecom giants, more M&A activity may be on the way.
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Service providers seen as a help to midmarket firms that are short on skills amid complex cloud infrastructure transitions.