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Cisco woos developers with new DevNet programme 
 
Cisco: Building data centres is "expensive as hell" 
 
10 ways the IBM-Apple deal is momentous 
What the union of enemies-turned-friends means for the channel.
 
IBM beats estimates, turnaround struggles remain 
Strong services and software sales help offset hardware declines.
 
10 things we learned this week 
Who's bringing what to the table?
 
IBM's shock channel deal with Apple 
Join forces in "radical" iOS enterprise reseller agreement.
 
Cisco: We're not following Amazon on 'the race to zero' 
Says it has no ambition to be the next AWS.
 
IBM makes $3bn investment in chip research 
 
Genesys appoints trio of Amdoc, IBM and Accenture execs 
Set to run Asia, Australia and NZ operations.
 
Cisco taps new Australian enterprise MD 
Returns after stint at JPMorgan Chase New York.
 
Lenovo's major IBM, Motorola deals move closer 
Expects major buyouts to complete this year.
 
Infosec channel managers play musical chairs in Australia 
Appointments across Fortinet, Trend Micro and Check Point.
 
Cisco acquires collaboration startup 
Buys Assemblage to capture Internet of Things opportunities.
 
Logicalis Australia scores mega Cisco rollout 
 
Vmware loses out in Cisco, NetApp alliance 
 
Facebook's open source switch takes aim at Cisco, Juniper 
 
We're still alive: IBM comes out swinging 
New storage products show future of hardware business.
 
Australia is 'world's Petri dish' for Cisco's billion-dollar cloud 
 
"Human error" contributes to almost all cybersecurity incidents 
IBM study finds protecting a company from phishing is hard work.
 
IBM enterprise hardware: 10 high and low points 
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CRN Magazine

Issue: 328 | June 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.