Micro Focus has acknowledged the efforts of its top performing partners across Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) at its annual GTM Summit for the region.
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Ingram Micro’s CEO, Alain Monié, has moved into the role of executive chairman after a decade in the position, with executive vice president and president of Global Technology Solutions Paul Bay taking his place.
Microsoft and Amazon have been ranked as the top IT vendors in terms of global enterprise revenue and revenue growth, respectively, during 2021.
Edge computing and the metaverse are among the top technology trends that are unlikely to boom in the new year, according to at least one tech market advisory firm.
Cyber security vendor Zscaler has promoted its Australian and New Zealand channel head Foad Farrokhnia to cover the Asia Pacific and Japan region.
US-based vendor LogMeIn has spun off its LastPass brand into its own company in order to accelerate organic growth.
Red Hat’s recently promoted head of Asia Pacific, Marjet Andriesse, is on the lookout for new partners to “aggressively” grow its presence in the region.
ISMS.online is seeking partners to join its newly launched “extensible and flexible” global partner program that is focused on information security.
Ingram Micro’s CloudBlue division has added product information management capabilities to its cloud software and services platform CloudBlue Connect.
Juniper Networks is set to update its global Partner Advantage program with a new top tier and a focus on a collaborative sales approach.
Palo Alto Networks has praised its top performing partners in Japan and Asia Pacific (JAPAC) at its Ignite’21 Partner Summit.
Lenovo has promoted its Asia Pacific channel head of its devices group, Roy Ng, to handle channel operations for all of the vendor’s business groups.
IT and business spending across the Asia Pacific region has surged during the third quarter of 2021, with cloud services rocketing past traditional managed services.
Four trends focusing on sustainability are expected to take hold within the IT services industry next year.
Contact centre operators around the world have been in hot demand over the last half-year, with BPO providers raking in nearly an extra 50 per cent in contract value.