After what struck me as a relatively dry spell of product announcements in 2021, AWS spent re:Invent 2022 launching a host of new services.
Secureworks has appointed former Enable customer success manager Catherine Naranjo to channels lead for the APAC region.
Machine-learning based visibility and monitoring are at the heart of new healthcare-focused, add-on application to core firewall products.
NetApp has appointed Brenda Tan as vice president of the Channels and Partner Organisation for Asia Pacific and Japan.
Layoffs are expected in multiple locations and departments including IT, and will affect all levels of employees, according to sources.
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Technology giant holds desire to create new opportunities for channel partners centred around offering customers “flexible and simplified IT solutions” through innovation and enhancements to existing solutions that “accelerate profitability and growth”.
Elevation of the IT department signals elevation of the ecosystem as partners prepare to maximise significant shift in end-user approach post-pandemic.
New solution specialisations span hybrid cloud, hybrid work, secure access service edge (SASE) and full-stack observability.
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