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As the skills gap in technology widens and companies struggle to find enough qualified workers to fill vacant seats, many have had to turn to offering unlimited vacations, free catered lunches, and other flashy perks to retain tech talent. But despite all these efforts, employees still report low engagement levels.
Over the course of the past month or two, a flurry of reports and surveys have been released detailing the biggest threats and security inefficiencies currently impacting cyber land. Specifically, the reports analyze exploitation trends, corporate IT security risks, the current state of ransomware, the lack of end-to-end segmentation strategies among businesses and the unique risks posed by the rise in drone use.
When it comes to the channel, every partner lives or dies on the quality of their sales team. Sales superstars have a lot of skills, from the ability to cold call to research skills. But what characteristics are truly at the core of a superior sales experience? What is it that all sales superstars have in common?
A year ago, we started hearing rumors that Nutanix was going to file for an IPO. Then last December, it finally did--only to put off going public until the market stabilized.
As Dell’s acquisition of EMC is finalized and the two companies begin to merge cultures and technology, we take a look at Spanning, the cloud data protection provider purchased by EMC in 2014, and what it can do for Dell’s offerings.
Tech Data Corp. (TECD) today announced its intentions to purchase Avnet Inc.’s (AVT) technology solutions business unit for $2.4 billion in cash plus shares valued at about $200 million. The transaction, which is set to close in the first half of 2017, will give Tech Data a rich presence in the Asia-Pacific market.
General Electric Co. agreed to acquire software developer Meridium Inc. to help the industrial giant build its digital division.
Well, the Russians are at it again. The Russian cyber-espionage group dubbed Fancy Bear, a group responsible for a number of large-scale hacks, government plots and possibly the Democratic National Committee breaches, has struck again. Their target this time? High-profile American athletes.