I arrived in Chicago Sunday expecting to find a quiet, peaceful day along Michigan Avenue. It was the day before CompTIA ChannelCon officially got underway, so I had made plans to go to U.S. Cellular Stadium (the former Comisky Park) to watch the New York Yankees pummel the Chicago White Sox. But first I wanted to drop off my bags before heading to the park.
As security threats become more sophisticated and prevalent, companies are seeing the value in sharing information about threats instead of keeping it to themselves to help better protect the enterprise from unwanted intrusion.
Corporations looking to tap into the growth of the Internet of Things (ioT), expand smart mobility solutions and add high-performance cloud data centers fueled record M&A value and growth during the second quarter.
Mobile management software sales will continue to grow over the next four years, but at a slower pace than previously anticipated, according to the latest forecast from IDC.
Happy, happy Friday! It's time for another 48 hours or so of total relaxation. But before we pour our refreshments and sink into our hammocks, here are The VAR Guy's seven biggest stories for the week ending July 31.
The open source movement continues to grow by the day as more members of the IT community begin to realize the benefits that open source solutions can provide on an individual and organizational basis.
Businesses and consumers continue to push more mobile data usage and communication providers need to take notice and reevaluate their data cap plans or risk being left behind.
Channel partners are always on the lookout for a new use case for applying technology that not only makes money, but actually might be fun to implement. With that in mind, solution providers should pay a little extra attention to what EMC (EMC) is up to with the rock band U2.
This week, IT industry professionals flocked to San Diego to attend HostingCon 2015, where channel partners, ISVs, MSPs and more had the opportunity to network with their peers and learn from some of the best speakers and cloud gurus in the world.
As usual, this week was jam-packed with news, so much so that several stories had to be left on the cutting room floor. Here are five stories we wish we had time to write for the week ending July 31.