Articles about Channel
The integrator -- which boasts longstanding practices in Cisco, EMC and VMware, among others -- believes seamless integration is the best approach to managing hybrid environments.
The integrator doesn't accept reseller fees, which distinguishes its approach from much of its legacy competition.
The Atlanta-based integrator is a Platinum partner in three countries: the United States, United Kingdom and Australia.
Recently named U.S. partner of the year by the giant software developer, the company is also aligned with EMC, Google, IBM, Oracle, Salesforce and TIBCO.
As cloud adoption accelerates, the definition of "channel partner" continues to morph.
For Microsoft, losing Office 365 deals to Google Apps is losing the platform. For Google, Apps is a nice business designed to distract Microsoft from search.
Wondering whether your company should use one of the lesser known cloud infrastructure as a service (IaaS) offerings? The global IT services company puts its offering to the test.
Led by a former Microsoft executive, the company helps small and midsized companies activate and provision cloud services and applications.
Onix Networking is the cloud service provider's longest standing enterprise partner, and the first to win a spot on the GSA purchasing schedule.
The infrastructure giant bought cloud management services company Enstratius in May to shore up its own consulting capabilities related to multi-cloud deployments.
For Apptix, the answer lies in automated management made possible by Parallels.
The cloud service provider currently recognizes consulting partners in two areas, Big Data and Managed Services.
The Total Mobility Management service supports IT teams with planning, deployment and ongoing management.
Object Consulting's solution for a local media company demonstrates the scale of the Azure platform, handling up to one million hits during every football game.
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