As Malaysia moves steadfast towards a digitally-enhanced economy, Dell Technologies is positioning the channel to take advantage.
In assessing the channel landscape - locally, regionally and globally - partners are gearing up for another year of frenzied M&A activity.
With end of support for Windows 7 coming to a close, the channel is preparing to capitalise on increased appetite for tech refreshes.
Nestled between the rivers of Missouri and Mississippi, in the suburbs of St. Louis, WWT stands tall as a titan of industry in America.
NTT has announced an alliance with Microsoft designed to deliver enterprise-grade digital solutions through Azure as a preferred cloud platform.
As the expenditure pendulum swings in Asia, Logicalis is laying the groundwork in a market preparing to embrace a new way of consuming technology.
Satya Nadella has been Microsoft CEO for more than five years. Along the way, he’s made dramatic changes in the way Redmond operates.
Cisco has called upon partners to embrace managed services through the deployment of security, SD-WAN and collaboration technologies.
Synnex Metrodata is targeting a strong year of growth through the channel in 2020 as Indonesia increases adoption of emerging technologies.
Cisco has identified partner profitability as a leading priority following an overhaul of back-end processes in response to channel feedback.
As Sebastian Vettel took his place atop the Grand Prix podium, millions of viewers across the globe fixated on Singapore.
Distributors in ASEAN will differentiate across core technology segments such as cloud, security and data in 2020, delivered as-a-service.
Irish owned Arkphire has appointed Chris Ambler as head of Asia Pacific amid plans to drive regional expansion from Singapore.
NTT has unveiled aspirations to become the leading managed service provider in Asia Pacific following a string of executive appointments.
The channel has been credited with delivering a year of growth for Microsoft in Singapore, driven by the addition of new partners and customers.
NTT has unveiled the leaders tasked with spearheading market expansion in Asia Pacific as the tech giant embarks on a new era of growth.
Managed service providers are turning to security to build out new revenue streams through the provision of enhanced cyber offerings and services.
More than 50 positions of power have changed hands across the Asian channel within the space of 12 months, as the pendulum of power swings at pace.
The channel in ASEAN has increased mergers and acquisitions activity in 2019, driven by a need to build out specialised capabilities.
Channel partners are failing to maximise the potential of market development funds with a lack of marketing expertise hampering future growth.
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