Cloud is changing the distribution landscape, and though the channel is a critical enabler of cloud adoption, distributors have to rethink their business models to adapt to this new reality.
Posts Tagged: Microsoft
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.
Over the past year, Microsoft has shown poor planning and a lack of respect for the tumultuous consumer market, which can sink or float a company within months.
Visionaire has been chosen by HP and Microsoft as an Outstanding Partner for the Year 2013 for the HP and Microsoft Frontline Partnership for Unified Communications & Collaboration.
Since the release of Windows 8 last year, a string of detachable notebooks running on the Microsoft operating system have been launched into market. Lenovo has stood strong amidst the ever-changing laptop landscape, and lately, PC giant HP has made its way onto the scene. Reseller puts two of the latest detachable devices head-to-head.
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.
Comguard today announced the launch of first virus removal device to support Windows 8 PCs from FixMeStick in Middle East.
Den Sullivan, Head of Architectures for Emerging Markets, Cisco
Law enforcement authorities recently seized over 1,000 pirated Xbox 360 games from local retailers, following three raids in Abu Dhabi, a statement from Microsoft said on Tuesday. The operation was part of ongoing efforts to combat the spread of pirated Xbox 360 games, Microsoft said. The vendor added that it often works closely with the… Read more »
Sims Recycling Solutions (SRS) will soon be able to supply refurbished computers and servers pre-installed with genuine Microsoft software to businesses, consumers and non-profit organisations. SRS said that this would be possible thanks to a new agreement that it had signed with Microsoft, announced on Sunday. SRS offers asset management and end-of-life solutions for IT… Read more »
Valued-added distributor FVC on Sunday announced a partnership with Sangoma, a provider of hardware and software components that enable or enhance IP communications systems. This distribution deal adds more clout to FVC’s unified communications and service provider offerings, as well as giving Sangoma the chance to reach a larger customer base, a statement from FVC… Read more »
Infor on Tuesday announced plans to acquire product configuration firm TDCI, which the New York-based vendor has been working with for a number of years. TDCI specialises in product configuration and guided selling solutions for manufacturers and distributors of customisable products and services. Its BuyDesign applications help companies improve direct and channel sales performance, as… Read more »
The detectives at IDC have been at it again, this time with the compliments of Microsoft, which commissioned a study into pirated and counterfeit software. Findings suggest that pirated software is costing the industry in excess of $114 billion – shocking, right? Joe Lipscombe and Tom Paye go deeper. On the day the IDC figures… Read more »
Pirated software is costing industry in excess of $114 billion, according to a new IDC survey commissioned by Microsoft. Though many consumers and businesses purchase and download pirated software purposely as a way of saving money, the survey revealed that 33% of the software downloaded by businesses came already infected with viruses such as malware… Read more »
Aneeta Gupta, CEO , Visionaire