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  1. Top Tweets From Ingram Micro's Partner Invitational
    5/13/2013

    Following are some of the top Tweets that came out of the Ingram Micro Partner Invitational 2013.

  2. Stratix Success Secrets
    5/29/2012

    I’m assuming most every VAR reading this article would be envious of the numbers that enterprise mobility integrator Stratix can lay claim to: $150 million in annual revenue, success in four verticals (manufacturing, retail, transportation, and logistics), 185 employees, and 29 years in business. By Jim Roddy, president, Business Solutions magazine

  3. Top Tweets From 2012 Ingram Micro Partner Invite
    5/17/2012

    My original plan for this article was to share with you the top 10 or 20 Tweets from the event, but there were so many valuable nuggets of information, I’m not going to put a cap on the number. To help you navigate through the Tweets, I’ve organized them by category. By Jim Roddy, president, Business Solutions magazine

  4. Stratix' Success Secrets: A Preview
    5/16/2012

    You know how your local TV stations break in to your favorite evening programs to tease you about what will be on the news at 11? I’m doing a version of that with this article. By Jim Roddy, president, Business Solutions magazine

  5. Top 10 Tweets From Ingram Micro’s Solutions Summit
    10/7/2011
    Ingram Micro’s Solutions Summit, held Oct. 5 to 6 at the Sheraton Meadowlands in East Rutherford, NJ, brought together resellers and vendors from data capture, point of sale, mobility, digital signage, and physical security technologies. As you can see from the top 10 tweets sent during the event, the topics of offering total solutions (such as adding physical security to your linecard) and partnering with other resellers to expand your offerings dominated the event. By Jim Roddy, president
  6. Ingram Micro Cloud: Can Cloud Change The Role Of RMM?
    6/7/2011
    By Gennifer Biggs, security, storage, and managed services editor
    Among the announcements at the Ingram Micro Cloud Summit was the addition of several cloud vendors. One name stuck out to me, namely because I consider the vendor’s tools to be managed services products, not so much cloud tools. I had an inkling why Ingram Micro was adding to its managed services offerings as part of the cloud announcements, but I wanted to chat more about with the vendor, N-able Technologies.
  7. Ingram Micro Cloud: Cloud Beyond Managed Services
    6/7/2011
    By Gennifer Biggs, security, storage, and managed services editor
    To tie up the general session on the first day of the Ingram Micro Cloud Summit, Keith Bradley, Senior EVP and President, Ingram Micro NA tackled the impact of cloud across the channel and Ingram Micro.
  8. Ingram Micro Cloud: Video In The Cloud Is A New Frontier
    6/2/2011
    By Gennifer Biggs, security, storage, and managed services editor
    So much of the chatter around cloud computing comes in the form of solutions around hosted email and backup/disaster recovery. But what about other technologies being fueled by cloud's flexibility and performance? During the Ingram Micro Cloud Summit held June 1-2, Guido Jouret, CTO of Cisco's Emerging Technologies Group and VP/GM of the vendor's enterprise video group, shared his opinion.
  9. Ingram Micro Cloud: Gartner Forecast For Cloud
    6/1/2011
    By Gennifer Biggs, security, storage, and managed services editor
    Lead analyst for Gartner, Tiffani Bova, took the stage on the first day of Ingram Micro’s Cloud Summit, following the event’s intro session with Renee Bergeron, VP of managed services and cloud. Bova covered her usual amount of territory — a lot — and left the audience with some words of wisdom: “We are at an inflection point. The sky isn’t falling; cloud just another delivery model. But it is an inflection point nonetheless.”
  10. Ingram Micro Cloud: Monetizing The Cloud
    6/1/2011
    By Gennifer Biggs, security, storage, and managed services editor
    During the opening session of the Ingram Micro second annual Cloud Summit, held June 1 to 2 in Phoenix, Renee Bergeron, VP of managed services and cloud computing for Ingram Micro, delivered a strong message about the opportunity around cloud. “The focus of this summit is monetizing the cloud,” she stressed. “We are here to share strategies with you about using the cloud to grow your business and your profits.”
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