Epson product manager Kaila Murphy discusses how printing demand has changed in a work-from-home world and surfaces some new and unexpected print opportunities for partners in this edition of the podcast.
ESET channel chief Cam Leetham discusses the security vendor’s past, present and future with managed service providers on this edition of the ChannelBuzz.ca Podcast, including a preview of some soon-to-launch enhancements to its offerings.
In this edition of the podcast, Fortinet’s Rob Rashotte discusses how the networking security vendor’s program for helping military veterans transition to new careers in cybersecurity is ramping up in Canada.
Dell Canada channel chief Andre Valiquette and Darren Fedorowicz, vice president of North American channel sales for Dell Financial Services talk through the vendor’s response to COVID-19 challenges for partners in this edition of the podcast.
Ingram Micro Canada chief financial officer Kelly Carter discusses the distributor’s new financing options for the channel and lays out Ingram’s overall financing strategy in this edition of the ChannelBuzz.ca Podcast.
Cisco Canada partner leader Mark Collins talks about how security demand is changing as customers become more distributed than ever, and how partners can prioritize security in this edition of the podcast.
Citrix Canada’s Ed Rodriguez talks about how the type of impact the channel can have has been transformed by the reaction to COVID-19, and how work-from-home culture will change after the pandemic is over.
ESET Canada’s Bob Bonneau and Cam Leetham discuss changing security priorities as customers rapidly pivot to a work-from-home environment, and what ESET is doing to help its partners solve those problems on this edition of the podcast.
Lissa Ricci, senior leader of small business solutions at Cisco Canada, discusses the company’s new push to better serve small customers and what it means for Cisco partners across Canada in this edition of the podcast.
New ESET Canada channels and alliances leader Cam Leetham discusses his plans for his new role — including a push to build the security vendor’s presence in Western Canada, in this edition of the podcast.