The world’s largest vendors are facing a long road back to sales recovery post-pandemic, but the channel could provide a return to ‘normal’.
Stories by Eleanor Dickinson
Managed cloud services are expected to see a global surge in opportunity as hybrid IT sprawl intensifies due to the COVID-19 shift to remote working.
Pure Storage has created a new invite-only partner program for channel professionals who are “leaders” in either technical sales or implementation.
Microsoft has gained a pandemic boost as its cloud services business spurs its quarterly revenue up by 12 per cent to $37 billion.
Accenture and ServiceNow have joined forces to launch a global business unit dedicated to digital transformation projects.
Microsoft has launched its Azure Modular Datacentre for customers requiring cloud in hybrid or challenging environments, including remote areas.
Singaporean electronics marketplace Reebelo has opened shop in Australia following US$1.5million seed funding.
Amazon Web Services IoT SiteWise has become available in the Sydney and Singapore AWS Regions, extending the footprint to six regions.
British video conferencing vendor Babl has launched in Asia Pacific and hired a local team based out of Australia.
BlackBerry has consolidated its two partner programs on the back of its 2019 acquisition of security firm Cylance.
Cloud solution providers could be set to gain significantly as Microsoft is to end its two-decade-old Open Licence program from January 2022.
Amazon Web Services has handed more power over to independent software vendors using its marketplace in who can sell their products.
Microsoft has made its recently announced Azure VMware Solution generally available to partners across the wider Asia Pacific market.
Melbourne-based Ekulus has been acquired by Deloitte as the global systems integrator looks to ramp up its Oracle offering across Asia Pacific.
CenturyLink has rebranded to Lumen Technologies in order to distance itself from its telecommunications and networking heritage.