Pure Storage has offered bigger rebates to Elite Partners in order to increase its sales of high-value subscription deals.
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VMware's APJ VP for enterprise Arun Kumar Parameswaran has announced his departure after seven years with the vendor to step into a new role with Salesforce.
Pegasystems has launched a new “streamlined” partner program which it claims will help partners accelerate digital transformation programs.
Global smartphones are on a steep upward curve again as consumer appetites return to “healthy” levels amid the coronavirus vaccine roll-out.
Two prominent IT services players, Blazeclan and Innovo, have teamed up to create a cloud services “powerhouse” in Australia.
Dermot McCann, the former managing director of Australia and New Zealand at Kaseya, has returned to the vendor after six years to lead Asia Pacific.
Online communications vendor Zoom has released a US$100 million fund to help independent software vendors develop collaboration products.
US-headquartered storage vendor SoftIron has launched its first-ever global partner program targeting value-added resellers.
Australia-based channel veteran Joe McPhillips has landed a new gig leading the partner community for endpoint cyber security vendor SentinelOne.
The former boss of Commvault Asia Pacific and Japan has landed a new leadership gig with UiPath in Singapore.
Red Hat Asia Pacific has undergone a changing of the guard within its leadership ranks as former Telstra executive Marjet Andriesse ascends to vice president.
Oracle is offering to “lift and shift” its customers into its cloud for free as the coronavirus pandemic spurs a global acceleration in the need for cloud adoption.
Australian distributor Rhipe has hedged its bets on the cyber security market with the acquisition of emt Distribution.
The new offering is a distributed, multi-cloud platform designed to enable organisations to accelerate application modernisation across the data centre, edge and any cloud provider.
After a year of high-profile data breaches, cyber security spending has soared globally by 10 per cent to hit US$53 billion.