|Who are the top 25 channel sales execs who work to bring success to partners? Here they are, as part of CRN's Top 100 Executives of 2017.|
When you're working with customers, the people who build the applications count too, a Red Hat executive tells ChannelCon.
Microsoft's Alyssa Fitzpatrick said solution providers need skills around building, developing and deploying Microsoft Azure.
Todd Thibodeaux said cybersecurity and cloud-based SaaS offerings represent the most immediate moneymaking opportunities.
|Dell EMC has online resources for content syndication, social media and other marketing campaign tactics that are available to partners at no charge.|
|Why do some solution providers avoid the cloud? Eric Martorano of solution provider giant Intermedia offers some answers, and what they can do if...|
In December 2015 in Paris, delegates from 195 nations celebrated reaching agreement on a landmark global climate accord. But a year and a half later, the future of the accord sank into doubt when American president Donald Trump revealed he was withdrawing the United States from the pact.
Q: I’m the head of human resources at a medium-sized company. We are piloting a program in which we will offer employees increased ability to self-schedule their hours and work from home.
In its negotiations for a new contract with entertainment companies this spring, the Writers Guild of America (WGA) delivered at the bargaining table what many film and TV viewers crave onscreen: plenty of suspense and a hard-won, if imperfect, victory.
When their employees get into disagreements with one another, managers have various ways of coping.
In negotiation, the party who makes the first offer often gets the lion’s share of the value. That can be due to the anchoring effect, or the tendency for the first offer to “anchor” the bargaining that follows in its direction, even if the offer recipient thinks the offer is out of line.
When negotiating, we aim to get the best deal that we can for ourselves. In the process, we sometimes lose sight of whether the other party will perceive that he or she got the short end of the stick.
|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.
|Cloud-focused partners are increasingly looking for employees that stand out. These certifications help cloud professionals do just that.|
Service providers seen as a help to midmarket firms that are short on skills amid complex cloud infrastructure transitions.