How IBM reckons it can beat cloud rivals on price 
SoftLayer's CTO in Sydney to spruik specific benefits of IBM cloud.
 
HP teams with FireEye to mount security offensive 
 
IBM sales fall for 12th consecutive quarter 
Continues to shed unprofitable businesses.
 
Behind Telstra's massive IaaS strategy 
An overview of its own cloud and its deals with Cisco, VMware, IBM, NextDC and more.
 
Why Telstra is stitching together Australia's biggest cloud network 
 
IBM SoftLayer cops spray over Bigcommerce disruption 
Frustration boils over amid snag in services.
 
IBM facing investor insurrection 
Shareholders reportedly ready to act after dismal results.
 
Cyber scam hits new heights of sophistication 
 
Datacom snatches $242m deal off IBM 
IBM's 15-year relationship with Dept of Health over.
 
Telstra adds yet more public cloud to its portfolio 
Telco as cloud broker as IBM joins Microsoft, Cisco and VMware.
 
IBM partner switches Border Protection to Power 8 
 
Blackberry launches new secure tablet with IBM, Samsung help 
SecuTABLET to emphasise vendor's security credentials.
 
IBM looking at adopting bitcoin technology 
Considering adoption of "blockchain" for digital cash system.
 
IBM chases Azure with SoftLayer Sydney launch 
 
Tech bosses turn up the heat at CEO Cookoff 
 
10 things we learned this week  
Fruit for children, fish for adults, and vengeful lizards.
 
Australian school among world's first IBM-Apple deployments 
 
Storage Q&A: Advent One 
With managing director Graeme Clark.
 
IBM's chief to partners: change is hard, not pretty 
Calmer seas ahead, promises Ginni Rometty.
 
IBM partner boss speaks out on new 'One Channel Team' 
Talks flash, security, SoftLayer and the world post System X.
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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.