MICROSOFT WPC — Putting the spotlight on IoT, AT&T on Tuesday announced integration between its IoT platforms and Microsoft’s Azure cloud, analytics and virtualization tools. Separately, the company said that it is making investments in Cat-M1 technologies and plans to trial the technology in San Francisco later this year. The communications giant also will formally introduce at Shape: AT&T Tech Expo later this week an IoT starter kit for developers that it worked on with Microsoft.
ConnectWise CEO Arnie Bellini is riding the next wave of technology, and from where he sits, at the helm of the almost 35-year-old company, it’s exciting. For the first time, the company held an IT Nation Europe event in London in April. And at this year’s Automation Nation 2017, there are more than 800 attendees, the most for any spring event. Additionally, newcomers are flocking. About two-thirds of attendees at the tech-oriented conference are first-timers.
PTC, host of the recent LiveWorx Technology Conference, held last month in Boston, is all about investing in a channel-led strategy as the company transitions from its CAD, PLM (project life-cycle management) and SLM (service life-cycle management) roots to Internet of Things (IoT) and augmented reality (AR). PTC’s Kerry GrimesWe caught up with Kerry Grimes, senior vice president, worldwide channel sales at PTC, to get some insight on PTC’s channel strategy. PTC has about 400 partners.
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Selecting a term
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