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HPE | October 05, 2020
George Hope, HPE global channel chief, recently became worldwide head of partner sales position at the company. He replaces Paul Hunter, now managing director for North America. Hope has a good inside view of HPE’s channel partners as vice president, worldwide distribution at the company for the last three years.
Hope also worked with Hunter. In fact, HPE appointed Hope interim channel leader when Hunter moved into his new role. While filling in for Hunter, Hope prepared and partici...
ShardSecure® | June 16, 2022
ShardSecure, inventor of the innovative Microshard™ technology that mitigates data security and privacy risks in the cloud, is delighted to announce a new strategic partnership in its Channel partner program with cybersecurity services company Braxton-Grant Technologies. Braxton-Grant provides compliance, managed security, training, and technical support services for clients in finance, government, healthcare, education, and more.
An IT advisor with more than 20 years of exp...
CTERA | May 25, 2022
CTERA, the leader in edge-to-cloud file services, announced a new partnership with Wasabi Technologies, the hot cloud storage company, to provide integrated file and object data service for mid-sized companies. The new offering combines CTERA’s global file system technology with Wasabi’s scalable and cost-effective object storage, in simple service bundles designed for rapid delivery and support by channel partners.
Companies of all sizes struggle to close IT gaps as t...
Twitter | January 28, 2020
Tech companies often find themselves in the midst of controversies and there is no exception for Twitter as well. From harassment cases, child abuse, to leaked account information – the micro-blogging network has faced, apologized, and rectified it all. Now, it has another issue creeping on its back. And this one involves the advertisers. Last week, BBC News revealed that anyone could pay to target the site’s most hateful users with ad campaigns. For example, ads targeted with keywor...
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