Carbonite to acquire Webroot. Google's global channel chief discusses G Suite price hike. Apple wants to develop iPhone modems.

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Friday February 8, 2019

Pure Storage ANZ boss departs, regional boss to take over

Pure Storage ANZ boss departs, regional boss to take over

Michael Sakalas leaves, Michael Alp steps in.

 

Carbonite to acquire Webroot in US$618m deal

Carbonite to acquire Webroot in US$618m deal

Announces backup-plus-security plan, which didn't end well last time.

 

Google's global channel chief on G Suite price hike

Google's global channel chief on G Suite price hike

Partner differentiation is key, says Gearhart.

 

Apple wants to develop its own iPhone modems

Apple wants to develop its own iPhone modems

After relationship with Qualcomm fell apart.

 

Call for entries: 2019 CRN Impact Awards now open!

Call for entries: 2019 CRN Impact Awards now open!

[Comment] Get recognised for delivering outstanding outcomes for customers.

 

Huawei open to government oversight: exec

Huawei open to government oversight: exec

Wants cybersecurity to be viewed as a technical rather than ideological issue.

 

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Another NBN reseller closes

 
 

Optus reveals pricing, availability of 5G home broadband

 
 

Sydney AWS partner Cloudten snapped up for $8.6 million

 
 

Microsoft CEO suggests customers favor Azure because of Amazon's new industry push

 
 

Azure, Google Cloud make gains on AWS in global cloud market

 
 

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