The rise and fall of VCE: a most unusual partnership 
Re-live the wild history of the VMware-Cisco-EMC venture.
 
EMC restructures to form new cloud unit 
 
10 things we learned this week 
How to get a passport without going to the post office.
 
EMC takes custody of VCE as Cisco marriage falters 
 
IBM ditches chip-making business as sales fall 
First x86 server business, now chip unit to go.
 
Dell figure takes key role at Hitachi Data Systems 
 
EMC tipped to buy out most of Cisco's VCE stake 
Will VCE get absorbed alongside VMware, RSA?
 
Microsoft Azure Australia coming next week 
Vendor finally confirms local launch.
 
Avnet holds onto x86 in post-IBM era 
Lenovo authorises distie globally.
 
Dell extends Nexenta to VMware EVO: RAIL 
Expands hyper-converged infrastructure.
 
The future of Cisco according to John Chambers 
Vendor's veteran leader on Intercloud, NSA and succession plan.
 
Intel faces uphill climb to win tablet market 
Makes US$1 billion loss in mobile business.
 
10 things we learned this week 
Fun making international calls on someone else's phone.
 
PC industry recovering, reports Intel 
 
Dell pushes beyond PC with Aussie data centres 
Picks 6YS as key local cloud services partner.
 
IBM data centres to offer SAP HANA 
For both IBM Cloud Managed Services and Softlayer.
 
Hewlett-Packard to resell VMware AirWatch 
Mobility war declared against Apple-IBM and Microsoft.
 
Apple overtakes Asus in top five best-selling PC brands 
 
The dark side of Australian channel consolidation 
[Blog post] While some strike it rich, others are finding heartache.
 
EMC gives muted response to push for VMware split 
EMC board has met with activist investor Elliott Management.
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Issue: 332 | October 2014

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.