Oracle closes doors to cloud MSP program. Dell EMC revises partner program. FireEye thanks channel for record customer growth.

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Thursday February 7, 2019

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Microsoft is cannibalising Office 2019

Microsoft is cannibalising Office 2019

New marketing campaign favours subscription-based Office 365.

 

Oracle closes doors to cloud MSP program

Oracle closes doors to cloud MSP program

Don’t panic, Big Red’s reasons are probably good news for the channel.

 

Dell EMC revamps partner program

Dell EMC revamps partner program

Aimed at making life easier and more profitable for partners.

 

Call for entries: 2019 CRN Impact Awards now open!

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FireEye thanks channel for attracting record number of customers

FireEye thanks channel for attracting record number of customers

Partners took advantage of new subscription pricing options.

 

Huawei offers to build cyber security centre in Poland

Huawei offers to build cyber security centre in Poland

Following arrests of Huawei employee and former Polish security official.

 

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