The channel has been credited with delivering a year of growth for Microsoft in Singapore, driven by the addition of new partners and customers.
NTT has unveiled the leaders tasked with spearheading market expansion in Asia Pacific as the tech giant embarks on a new era of growth.
NTT Data has acquired Locus Telecommunication to enhance digital transformation offerings amid market expansion in Thailand.
Cloud Comrade is building out an enhanced technology portfolio in line with market expansion plans across Southeast Asia.
Keerti Melkote talks about networking challenges at the edge, network-based security, micro data centres and new market strategies.
Managed service providers are turning to security to build out new revenue streams through the provision of enhanced cyber offerings and services.
More than 50 positions of power have changed hands across the Asian channel within the space of 12 months, as the pendulum of power swings at pace.
True IDC has launched a new Regional Command Centre designed to enhance the provider’s managed services capabilities in Thailand.
The channel in ASEAN has increased mergers and acquisitions activity in 2019, driven by a need to build out specialised capabilities.
Channel partners are failing to maximise the potential of market development funds with a lack of marketing expertise hampering future growth.
Enterprise organisations in Singapore are struggling to combat a rise in security attacks due to a lack of intelligence tools and insights.
Veeam Software on-boarded more than 3600 new customers across APJ in 2018, driven by a strategy built on “100 per cent” channel engagement.
Rimini Street is increasing efforts to expand capabilities across Southeast Asia in response to heightened customer demand across the region.
The channel will be at the centre of growth plans for Nutanix in Malaysia, according to new country manager Avinash Gowda.
VMware has outlined a hybrid cloud opportunity for partners in South Asia, driven through the Dell Technologies’ channel.
Five years ago in South Tangerang, nestled on the southwestern border of Jakarta and housed in the province of Banten, a cloud start-up was born.
The coming together of Microsoft and Oracle is poised to intensify an escalating cloud war as the fight for market supremacy enters new territory.
As Indonesia sits on the cusp of a digital revolution - driven by Industry 4.0 - one specialist provider is emerging from a crowded marketplace.
Increased customer demand for subscription-based services is placing new pressure on MSPs to differentiate amid a crowded channel marketplace.
Nestled down a narrow street in Jakarta Selatan - Pejaten Barat to be precise - resides a blossoming cloud business housing bold ambitions.
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