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HP teams with FireEye to mount security offensive 
 
Dicker Data ditches old logo, rebrands for "new era" 
 
4,000 Samsung tablets turned into EFTPOS machines  
 
TNS Distribution hires former Samsung sales manager 
 
New Hewlett Packard Enterprise logo revealed 
"It’s different," says Meg Whitman.
 
Head To head: Samsung Galaxy S6 vs iPhone 6 
 
HP: we're not exiting public cloud 
Following New York Times report.
 
Five things that could go wrong with the HP split 
Vendor lays out "risk factors" in separation.
 
Five hurdles for Samsung's success 
Can it reclaim the high ground in mobile?
 
Samsung Australia loses $51.6m 
Slips into red following sale of New Zealand branch.
 
HP and Autonomy co-founder sue each other 
HP and Autonomy co-founder Lynch sue each other in London.
 
HP's top Aussie partners to create cloud coalition 
Strong rumours Helion Network is coming to Australia.
 
Six enterprise moves BlackBerry has made this quarter 
 
HP boss: "we are going to be on the market trends faster" 
Meg Whitman on splitting the company, competition and acquisitions.
 
Dell, Samsung bundle Office onto Android tablets 
Microsoft suite given for free to muscle in on Google users.
 
Microsoft and Samsung put aside rivalry for Android push 
Delivering Office 365 via Samsung's business channel.
 
HP rethinks quarterly MDF and accrued funds with new model 
 
Klikon's cloud gamble pays out in Vegas 
Sydney HP partner scores top award.
 
For the new HP Inc, it's Aussie, Aussie, Aussie 
Australians in key roles all the way to the top.
 
HP intros new flash, data protection storage for SMBs 
Global Partner Conference sees new offerings galore.
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Issue: 337 | April 2015

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.