T.C. Doyle


T.C. Doyle, is the Senior Content Director of Channel brands at Penton Technology, and is responsible for the editorial direction of MSPmentor, Talkin’ Cloud, The VAR Guy and The WHIR. A veteran technology writer, editor and video storyteller who has covered the IT industry for more than two decades, he was previously the Executive Editor at Channel Partners, and the Editor@Large with Cisco, where he traveled the world in search of stories that captured the social and technological transformations occurring in the economies of Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and Eastern Europe. A frequent speaker at IT industry events and trade shows, he resides in Park City, Utah.

HPE Reports Better Than Expected Earnings
When you add up the partners, technologies, people and businesses that HPE has shed, you have to wonder what remains. A hybrid-cloud future? Spot on. But as Whitman herself says in her company’s earnings release, “There’s more work to do…”
The Doyle Report: SaaS Insights: New Research and Observations Shed Light on Market Evolution
Research from CompTIA and thought leadership from Redpoint Ventures
The Doyle Report: The Best Career Advice Ever
Career advice from five industry thought leaders
The Doyle Report: One-on-One with CompTIA CEO Todd Thibodeaux
Insights on market evolution, opportunities in security, what “Be the Change” means at ChannelCon 2017.
The Doyle Report: Introducing the Channel Think Tank Podcast
Information, insights and inspiration from voices around the industry. In this episode, we go deep on Microsoft promises, Net Neutrality and SaaS opportunities. With Nicole Henderson and Chris Rajiah.
The Doyle Report: New Microsoft Bundles Could Render Traditional Product Classifications Meaningless
Microsoft has successfully used bundles in the past to topple WordPerfect, Novell, Netscape and others.
The Doyle Report: Why ICT Distribution Looks a Lot Like Car Manufacturing
Distribution companies find themselves thrashing about looking for answers amid uncertainty. Much like car companies, they have little window into who their customers will be in a decade’s time, which technologies they will sell or even what business models they will pursue.
The Doyle Report: Five Things to Read Over the Holiday Weekend
Whether you’re heading to the beach, mountains or family room, here’s a roundup of thought leadership worth poring over this holiday
The Doyle Report: Business Transformation Done Right
Atmosera, a fast-growing provider of managed services built around the Microsoft Azure platform, unveiled new capabilities on Tuesday.
The Doyle Report: How Autotask Sees the World
Channel companies are getting more vertical, specialized and capable when it comes to solving customers' real-world business challenges, says Autotask CEO Mark Cattini.
The Doyle Report: What Kind of Company Are You? Google’s Jim Chow Has a Perspective
There are many ways to classify partners. But few are as revealing as this Penton Channels Think Tank member's perspective.
The Doyle Report: The Case for the Modern MSP
Three things MSPs must do to thrive.
Update June 2017: Penton Technology’s Channel Think Tank Asserts Industry Thought Leadership with New Members, eBook and Video Series
The Penton Technology Channel Think Tank today introduced new members, a new eBook entitled, “The New Channel for the Digital Transformation Era,” and a new video series as part of its mission to advance the industry’s collective intelligence around go-to-market strategies and channel partnerships.
The Digital Primacy eBook: The New Channel for the Digital Transformation Era
According to Gartner Group, functional business leaders will account for 80 percent of all ICT spending by 2020, leaving smaller and smaller sums available to managers who work in traditional ICT departments and find themselves tasked to “keep the [digital] lights on.
Greg Dixon, ScanSource
Penton Channels Think Tank Interview: Greg Dixon, ScanSource
Business insights from Penton Channels Think Tank thought leader Greg Dixon, CTO, ScanSource.
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