VMware Canada’s Peter Near discusses the company’s upcoming acquisitions of Pivotal and Carbon Black, its Tanzu strategy for embracing Kubernetes, and the cloud opportunity in Canada in this edition of the podcast.
Three SAS Canada partners discuss their relationships with the analytics vendor, how the evolution of analytics with AI and ML is changing their business, and how they feel about the company’s efforts to make an impact.
Extreme Networks channel chief Gordon Mackintosh discusses building partner culture at the combined Extreme, partner opportunities around Extreme Elements, and the effect of opening its training Dojo to partners in this edition of the ChannelBuzz.ca Podcast.
Extreme Networks CEO Ed Meyercorp discusses assembling the “new Extreme” culture after big purchases from Avaya, Brocade, and Zebra, plus where he sees the biggest untapped opportunities for partners in this podcast.
HP Canada sustainability lead Frances Edmonds discusses why more businesses need to pay attention to the sustainability of their print environment, and what solution providers can do to help in this edition of the podcast.
Pat Finerty, leader of the partner business for SAS Canada and Latin America on where partners can find opportunities around AI, and how to get themselves up to speed on an ever-changing, ever-expanding topic.
How do Canadian companies view their own progress when it comes to digital transformation? Dell EMC’s John Byrne takes us through the findings of the company’s Digital Transformation Index in this edition of the podcast.
Michael Hopfinger, director of Americas partner marketing at Cisco, discusses the company’s Marketing Velocity event, why and how partners should build their marketing acumen in this edition of the podcast.
Mary Ann Yule, president and CEO of HP Canada, and John Cammalleri, vice president of commercial channels at HP Canada, discuss the events of this week’s ReInvent conference and the trends shaping the HP channel in this edition of the podcast.
HP office printing boss Tuan Tran discusses the vendor’s new printers and why solutions providers should pay attention to them, and how predictive analytics will eventually slash managed print service call costs by two thirds.
Ingram Micro Canada leaders Bill Brandel and Greg Onoprijenko share some of the highlights of this week’s Cloud Summit X and detail the cloud journeys for both the distributor and its partners in this edition of the podcast.