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  • Former HPE global channel boss rocks up at ServiceSource

      Former Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) global channel boss Denzil Samuels has been appointed chief marketing and growth officer at sales outsourcing firm ServiceSource. Samuels was appointed to the top channel job at HPE in January 2017 before departing earlier this year, according to his LinkedIn profile. Related articles   In his new role Samuels will be responsible for driving ServiceSource’s go-to-market strategy and working with the firm’s global partners. ServiceSource CEO Christopher Carrington said: “We are pleased Denzil has…

  • Why HCI Market is One of the Hottest IT Stories of 2018

      Hyperconverged infrastructure systems are all the rage, marketing analysts have been telling us for a couple of years. Everybody and his brother is trying to surf the prevailing wave that HCI represents. HP, Dell EMC, Cisco Systems, Lenovo, Nutanix, Pivot3, Cohesity, HyperGrid, Maxta and a group of others are crowding the space. While the competition is all good for the potential buyer, it’s only natural that a shakeout in this market–via acquisition or old-fashioned attrition–is probably going to happen…

  • Eight resellers name their vendors to watch in 2018

        Sam Routledge CTO, Softcat Tip: VMware Having dominated the server virtualisation market for over a decade, VMware has not rested on its laurels, leaping into the networking space in 2013 with NSX before making its debut in the cybersecurity market last summer with the launch of AppDefense. The Dell-owned vendor’s metamorphosis has not escaped the attention of Sam Routledge, CTO of Softcat, which first forged a partnership with VMware 12 years ago. “I’m mega impressed with the way they’ve evolved,”…

  • 30 Notable IT Executive Moves: October 2017

    Start It Off October saw the changing of the guard at numerous vendors and solution providers, with a large number of companies announcing CEO changes. Companies that swapped their chief executives during the month included Dimension Data Americas, Pomeroy, MobileIron and Westcon-Comstor, while Samsung Electronics announced the planned departure of its three co-CEOs. Meanwhile, other major executive moves included changes of the channel chief roles at Hewlett Packard Enterprise and AT&T, while Dell picked up a new executive to drive IoT partnerships. In the following…

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