At its Partner Summit event, Cisco has previewed changes that will see longstanding partner program elements like architectural specializations and VIP give way to newer programs over the next few years.
HP has announced further steps towards making its Amplify partner program all-encompassing, inviting distributors into the fold for the first time, simplifying how partners get paid for MDF activities, and finally bringing its distribution partners into the Amplify umbrella.
ESET Canada’s Cam Leetham and D&H Canada’s Michelle Biase join us on the podcast to discuss the companies’ new partnership and how they’re working to help smaller resellers build up their security business.
Ingram Micro Canada’s Bill Brandel and Lori Scarlett discuss being recognized as a Great Place to Work, forging an identity as a Canadian subsidiary of a multinational, and transforming the distributor in this edition of the podcast.
ESET’s Tony Anscombe joins us on this edition of the podcast to discuss the company’s new Threat Intelligence Services and how partners can use them to expand their security practices and improve their customers’ security stances.
Avaya Canada channel leader Ian Purdell-Lewis joins us on the podcast to discuss the company’s hybrid mantra, what it means for partners, and what parts of their CC/UC environments customers are choosing to keep on-prem.
At its annual VeeamOn conference, Veeam announces the latest version of its Kasten K10 offering for backup and recovery of Kubernetes containers, just as it says the popular test-and-dev environment is starting to find its way into the mainstream.
As it brings its market for cloud offerings into its new digital twin platform, Ingram Micro boasts solution providers will be able to use one cart to provision customers with hardware, software and subscriptions.