BlackBerry’s latest financial results, which were announced mid-December, show that the company has a lot to do before it gets back to any level of solid footing.
Cutting through the confusion
Cloud and Big Data are two topics that have been shrouded in confusion over the past 12 months. Quite apart from the never-ending hyperbole surrounding the two mega-trends, their reputations have taken something of a battering over the past year.
Reseller ME chats with Mathew Boice, Vice President EMEA & India, Ellucian to understand how the channel plays a role in the growing market of delivering technology solutions to the education sector
As data is generated by the minute through various mediums, Reseller ME explores the channel’s role in optimising storage solutions.
What wearable tech has up its sleeve for CES 2014
Wearable technology is an exploding field in desperate need of a category-defining product. And now, with the Consumer Electronics Show upon us, we get to see whether any company can release an uncompromised, mainstream consumer hit in 2014.
5G Wireless: Reality looks to catch up with hype
Don’t feel bad if you don’t really know anything about 5G wireless networking – because, by most standards, it doesn’t actually exist yet.
Innovate to profit
Adrian Pickering, Area Vice President, MEA, and Mario Georgiou, Area Partner Director, MEA, from Juniper Networks discuss the company’s partner strategy and the way forward
Why are so many IT projects failing?
Fifty percent of businesses had an IT project fail during the last year, according to a survey by cloud portfolio management provider Innotas. The primary reason, according to 74 percent of respondents, was a lack of resources to meet project demands.
A class of its own
All-in-one colour printers have been gaining popularity in the last few years. Reseller ME analyses why and how it impacts the channel.
Chinese chip makers ride wave of low-cost tablets
Qualcomm and Nvidia get most of the headlines in the mobile chip business, but two Chinese vendors are cornering the market for processors used in low-cost tablets, and in 2014 they might find their way into a product near you.
Analysis: security weak spots
Reading the coverage of the recent breach of Adobe passwords, we learned that 1.9 million users used “123456” as their password. That’s right: out of 38 million cracked passwords, almost two million adults used ones more suited to five-year-olds.
Virtual desktop infrastructure offers risks and rewards
Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) is designed to deliver virtual desktops to client computers over a network from a centralised source. With traditional VDI, you create a master image (reference computer, or core) to use for all clients, then personalise images as needed.
Rules for partner profitability
Reseller ME looks into what enterprise vendors can do to help their partners increase their margins and therefore achieve higher profits.
Charting a course for success
Reseller ME catches up with Ajay Singh Chauhan, Group CEO, Spectrum Group to get the lowdown on the company’s perspective in the changing landscape of the channel.