In the Asian channel there’s always a race, and for distribution, the prize always appears to be relevance.
Stories by James Henderson
Google Cloud has officially launched Partner Interconnect into the market, leveraging an expanding ecosystem of channel partners to drive customer adoption.
Industry cloud spending across four major verticals - finance, manufacturing, healthcare and the public sector - will total US$22.5 billion globally in 2018.
World Wide Technology capitalises on partnership between Cisco and Google Cloud, through the creation of a testing lab to drive multi-cloud solutions to market.
As new technologies flood the market, the need for channel partners to keep pace heightens, as outlined during the launch of Channel Asia.
Itiviti becomes first independent software vendor to support new Singapore Exchange requirements to reconcile trades within 30 minutes after a market movement.
AT&T, BT, Orange, Singtel and Vodafone, five companies leading the way for next-generation telecom services across Asia Pacific.
Microsoft has honoured a host of leading ASEAN partners on the global stage, recognising a year of excellence and innovation across the region.
Cisco continues to dominate the enterprise wireless local area network (WLAN) market across the world, driving growth through a cloud-managed Meraki portfolio.
This exclusive Channel Asia Exchange event, in association with Malwarebytes and StorageCraft, outlined the security threat landscape across Singapore and the region, providing key takeaways for the channel in 2018 and beyond.
Microsoft has unveiled plans to acquire software development platform, GitHub, in a US$7.5 billion deal designed to create a competitive edge in the cloud.
Data Republic has opened a new office in Singapore, as the Australia-based data sharing platform expands into the Asia Pacific market.
Global shipments of devices and tablets are expected to decline 3.5 per cent in 2018, representing an even steeper decline from 2017.
Spending on new technologies is on track to accelerate across Asia Pacific, driven by increased demand for 3D printing, smart technologies, IoT and security solutions.
BMC Software has been acquired by investment firm, KKR, five years after the enterprise provider was taken private by a consortium of private equity buyers.