In a move to broaden its scope across solutions surrounding client computing, cloud, networking, data centre and enterprise mobility, Dimension Data has expanded its global collaboration with Citrix.
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The opportunities in unified communications for vendors and end-users are obvious, but how can the channel cash in on this snowballing technology?
The Middle East is renowned for producing impressive results in relatively short time frames, but TP-Link believes that longevity and a commitment to an innovative roadmap are in demand in the region. Is TP the missing link for the Middle East?
Comstor, the dedicated value-added distribution arm for Cisco solutions of the Westcon Group, announced that it is the recipient of a Cisco Partner Summit Geographical Region award for ‘Distribution Partner of the Year’ for the Middle East region. Cisco unveiled the winners during its annual partner conference in Boston. The Cisco Partner Summit Geographical Region… Read more »
Walking through the PlayStation 3 section of my local Virgin Megastore recently, I came across something amazing – the chain has started accepting trade-ins as partial payment for new games.
Cisco is in the hefty transition between networking giant and total IT company. At Cisco Live! 2013 in Florida, it claimed the vehicle to get it there will be a new business group and partner ecosystem revolved around the ‘Internet of Everything’. Ben Rossi reports.
Red Hat today announced that it has named a new vice president of Global Strategic Alliances. Scott Musson, previously of VMware, will be responsible for Red Hat’s global alliance, system integrator and independent software vendor (ISV) relationships, and will manage Red Hat’s strategic relationships with HP, IBM, Dell and Cisco.
Den Sullivan, Head of Architectures for Emerging Markets, Cisco
The channel community came together at Emirates Towers last night for the fourth annual Reseller Partner Excellence Awards, sponsored by Octagon.
The concept of value-added reselling or distribution has reached its zenith in the Middle East. Since the economic crash of 2008, channel partners have woken up to the fact that sales and revenues on their own are not enough to remain competitive in the marketplace. That said, “value” is a difficult word to define –… Read more »
Logicom Dubai recently announced that it has been awarded Distributor Accreditation by Cisco EMEAR. The accreditation will help to drive revenue growth by moving award from the traditional volume-led business model to a solution-led business practice, Logicom said. The distributor added that its resellers and customers would benefit from its core competency in this area,… Read more »
In an effort to drive its business expansion in the Middle East, Brocade has appointed networking industry veteran Dr Cherif Sleiman to the position of country manager for Saudi Arabia. According to Business Monitor International’s Saudi Arabia Information Technology Report Q2 2013, IT spending in the Kingdom is forecast to increase by 6.6 percent to… Read more »
Having done a shed-load of research for the training and certification feature in this month’s issue, I’ve been left wondering one thing: Why aren’t vendors providing more free training courses to the channel?
Comstor on Sunday announced that it had signed a contract with Panduit Corp. for the distribution of a number of the vendor’s pre-built modular solutions. Panduit specialises in unified physical infrastructure-based solutions, which are optimised for the efficient, validated and risk-free deployment of data centres. Comstor said that, like itself, Panduit maintains a strong affiliation… Read more »
Audio solutions vendor Jabra announced on Wednesday that it had awarded Logicom Dubai a distribution agreement to cover all Middle Eastern markets. The deal will focus on accelerating the adoption of Jabra’s technology among users of Cisco collaboration solutions, Jabra said in a statement. “We believe in combining Jabra’s industry-leading products and Logicom’s vast knowledge… Read more »