Sophos channel chief for Asia Pacific and Japan Jon Fox has left the vendor after five-and-a-half years.
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Global systems integrator EY is to build a US$1 billion ServiceNow practice by 2025 as part of a new worldwide alliance.
Unified communications-as-a-service vendor 8x8 is to acquire cloud communications competitor Fuze for US$250 million.
If Bruce Hara had a dollar for every time someone asked him about going all in with ServiceNow, he may have already hit retirement.
Rhipe's chief executive officer Dominic O’Hanlon has stepped down from the distributor in the wake of its acquisition by Crayon.
Arrow has signed a deal to distribute Megaport's network-as-a-service platform as the vendor launches its new partner portal.
Unified communications vendor Avaya has appointed Miles Davis to lead its Asia Pacific and Japan channel, a move that will see him return to Sydney after 16 years.
Ribbon Communications has broadened its Australia and New Zealand relationship with Westcon-Comstor to encompass the Asia Pacific region.
Cisco is preparing for its next wave of partner program change and execution, with a new breed of cross-architectural specialisations taking centre stage.
Cyber security software vendor McAfee has confirmed its US$14 billion sale to a private equity consortium led by Advent International.
Cisco has unveiled its new enterprise agreement (EA) licensing model as part of its strategy to simplify channel software sales.
Okta has appointed Chee Keong Law to lead its channel for Asia Pacific and Japan in a move that sees the leadership role shift from Australia to Singapore.
Amazon, Microsoft and Google are still sitting head and shoulders above their cloud infrastructure competitors as the global market booms to US$45 billion as of Q3.
Microsoft partners are set to tap into a raft of new opportunities as its Cloud for Financial Services becomes generally available.
Singaporean IT service provider NCS has deepened its presence in Australia through the acquisition of Sydney-based Microsoft partner Eighty20.
Successfully selling solutions to CIOs requires understanding the language of innovation, says Dell Technologies' Chris Kelly.