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Is this the end of VMware EVO:Rail? 
Launches new hyper-converged stack.
VMware to cut 900 jobs worldwide 
First casualty of Dell-EMC merger.
EMC channel manager Chris Trevitt resigns 
[Updated] Second EMC exec departure revealed this week.
VMware Australia names new managing director 
EMC's MD steps in to replace Duncan Bennet.
After turmoil, can VMware get vCloud Air back on track? 
After VMware pulled out of a proposed joint venture with EMC's Virtustream.
Challenges of being a channel chief 
Stuck between attention-deficit vendors, hyper-sensitive partners and conflict with direct sales teams.
Canberra reseller migrates Treasury to Nutanix 
Hyper-converged project brings VDI to government department.
VMware Australia boss Duncan Bennet steps down 
Managing director departs after six years.
EMC to cut VMware's role in Virtustream cloud venture 
Google appoints VMware co-founder to run cloud business 
Who was at Avnet's AirWatch by VMware breakfast? 
[Photos] Resellers joined the Sydney function on Tuesday 10 November.
vCloud Air chief excluded from new EMC-VMware cloud business 
The best partner program can't save bad products: VMware 
Some tough truths from global channel chief's Sydney visit.
VMware chief admits 'volatile' time 
Soft sales as share price tumbles.
VMware's Australian channel chief resigns 
John Donovan to bring global security vendor Down Under.
VMware shares hammered after Dell-EMC deal unveiled 
Apple dumping VMware for KVM, report sources 
Vote of confidence for open-source alternative.
VMware opens Sydney showroom for channel, clients 
Will hyper-converged solutions kill the IT team? 
The days of specialist sysadmins could be numbered.
VMware's top global vCloud Air sales exec resigns 
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Issue: 345 | December 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.