Often referenced yet seldom understood, marketing in the channel has long been a contentious issue among partners, distributors and vendors -- a swirling pool of cash disappearing down the ecosystem plug hole on an annual basis.
The cloud and digital strategies are blurring traditional enterprise software category lines, shaking up the enterprise resource planning (ERP) market.
Cisco has opened the door to channel expansion via ThousandEyes, formally on-boarding the recently acquired vendor into an ecosystem of partners armed and ready to capitalise on market demand for network intelligence and visibility.
Microsoft has honoured market-leading partners operating at the bleeding-edge of a “resilient and digitally inclusive” Singapore, recognising ecosystem excellence following yet another year of industry change.
Globe Telecom has unveiled a strategic collaboration agreement with Amazon Web Services underpinned by a cloud-based commitment to internal up-skilling and external customer success in the Philippines and US markets.
HP has expanded its Amplify Impact partner program to an additional 24 countries, including Indonesia and Malaysia.
More than a year after its US$1.1 billion acquisition by Ericsson, wireless edge vendor Cradlepoint is eyeing further expansion in Asia Pacific through a refocused channel strategy.
Cyber security and compliance vendor Proofpoint is to maintain a narrow focus on a “selective” group of partners during 2022, its Asia Pacific and Japan channel chief has said.
Bank Aladin has moved ahead with plans to create “innovative breakthroughs” in Sharia financial services following the deployment of Google Cloud.
StarHub has rolled out a “one-stop” cyber security solution designed for the enterprise and powered by Ensign InfoSecurity, Palo Alto Networks and Veeam.
As organisations struggle to find IT talent to fill their needs, CIOs will find they have little choice but to outsource work, according to a new IT spending forecast.
The public cloud is teeming with the latest and greatest development, devops, and AI tools for building better and smarter applications faster.
Enterprises have a substantially lower level of confidence in their managed security services provider support than they do in their in-house capabilities.
As 2022 kicks off, the vendor battle to own the enterprise edge is taking shape among enterprise incumbents, lower cost alternatives, and start-ups.
Automated software programs that help hire and monitor employees are becoming popular as companies grapple with how to manage a remote workforce.
Seeing opportunities in the mass move to remote work, cyber attackers are updating their tactics, compelling security leaders to respond.
Microsoft and Amazon have been ranked as the top IT vendors in terms of global enterprise revenue and revenue growth, respectively, during 2021.
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.
Going public may open the company up to being acquired by one of the big players, and GitHub is the cautionary tale.
M1 and subsidiary AsiaPac Technology have inked a deal to acquire a 70 per cent stake in Malaysia-based digital solutions provider Glocomp Systems.
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