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The IT Forecast – Especially for Partners – Is Becoming Cloudy

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first_imgIn this headline, I’m actually referring to a couple of things. Yes, the cloud (for this post, virtual storage) is becoming more pervasive – no news there. But perhaps not as obvious is how this changing IT environment is clouding the previously distinct lines between the business models of our various partner types.At our recent Global Partner Summit, I spoke with more and more traditional resellers who are getting into the cloud service provider business, or partnering with EMC’s Service Provider partners who are already there. We also see our systems integrators reselling technology as they help larger customers build out massive data centers to develop their own on premises private cloud service. In essence, I’m seeing what used to be silo-ed partner communities melding together and becoming increasingly dependent on one another, significantly blurring the lines between technology partner types.So what does this mean to traditional resellers? Value-added resellers are well-positioned in this new environment, given their stronghold with customers.  Their customers depend on them to assess their IT needs and deliver a multi-faceted solution – which, by the way, could include brokering pay-by-the-drip cloud service with an established Service Provider (SP) partner.My advice to resellers is to get enabled to help customers build their own on premises private clouds, and to break down the silos and build relationships with established SPs. EMC has a robust SP program with a new entry path for resellers who want to add that capability to their portfolio, as well as a group of solid SP partners who are established on EMC technology. Resellers should also connect with systems integrators to help them meet their customers’ technology needs in building large data centers.Let’s face it. IT is the most dynamic, fast-changing industry and the changes are having a dramatic impact on our world. This leads to my most critical advice to technology partners: deepen your connection with a vendor who is at the leading edge of these changes – who has not only the vision, but the market strength and financial heft to invest in R&D and stay at the forefront of IT. I’m a bit biased, but I’m proud to say that EMC fills this bill. And we are committed to having partners alongside us every step of the way as we chart the course of the changing IT landscape.The partner ecosystem is alive and well, and will become even more vibrant as partners better understand how their success – and their customers’ success – depends on tighter connections with the right vendor and with partners in adjacent disciplines. Clouding – or blurring – of the lines between various partners is indeed a good thing.last_img read more

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Dillian Whyte vs Derek Chisora III? David Haye and Chisora offer services to fight Dillian Whyte at short-notice | Boxing News

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first_img– Advertisement – 1:08 There were plenty of words exchanged between Whyte and Chisora at this face-off James Dielhenn Senior Boxing Journalist @JamesDielhenn There were plenty of words exchanged between Whyte and Chisora at this face-off 0:46 Highlights of the stunning first fight between Whyte and Chisora “I would take that fight. No bruises, ready to rock and roll,” Chisora told promoter Eddie Hearn on social media.He then aimed at Whyte: “I’m ready to go, donkey.”November 21 would be just three weeks after Chisora was outpointed by Usyk.But Whyte hit back at Chisora via social media, referencing the knockout he delivered in their second fight: “No you are not ready. You are trying to con the public. No one wants to see you go to sleep again.”Chisora’s manager Haye insisted: “His hands are good, no marks on his face, completely unscathed. He is ready to go for that third fight.“He is ready to fight anyone for the fans.”Haye told Sky Sports the day after Chisora’s defeat to Usyk: “He called me [Sunday] morning and said: ‘I want get straight back in there, I know that I can do better’.“There are some amazing options out there.“Dillian Whyte III? Who would not want to see that?“I can tell you for a fact – I was in both training camps for [the rematch with Whyte and then Usyk] and what Chisora did in training was significantly improved.” – Advertisement – – Advertisement – 1:05 Watch Whyte KO Chisora in their rematch center_img Highlights of the stunning first fight between Whyte and Chisora Bad-tempered rivals Dillian Whyte and Derek Chisora have already shared two gruelling fights; Chisora has offered to fight Whyte again on November 21; Whyte’s rematch with Alexander Povetkin was postponed; Povetkin hospitalised with Covid-19 but rematch is targeted for January 30 Last Updated: 04/11/20 10:11am Whyte and Chisora tension spilled over during The Gloves Are Off Whyte won a controversial split decision in his first fight against Chisora, then won their rematch with a vicious knockout.Chisora has already posted a mock poster on social media teasing a third battle alongside a quote from Nelson Mandela: “A winner is a dreamer who never gives up.”Whyte’s rematch with Povetkin is being targeted for January 30.Dangerous Russian Povetkin, whose only defeats came against Wladimir Klitschko and Anthony Joshua, was twice on the canvas but recovered to dish out a brutal knockout of Whyte.That defeat cost Whyte his status as mandatory challenger to Tyson Fury’s WBC heavyweight championship – but he plans to regain it in a second fight with Povetkin.Povetkin’s promoter Andrey Ryabinskiy said: “There is no talk about changing the opponent at the moment. Povetkin will box with Whyte”. David Haye says Derek Chisora counts Dillian Whyte as a future option Watch Whyte KO Chisora in their rematch – Advertisement – David Haye says Derek Chisora counts Dillian Whyte as a future option Derek Chisora and his manager David Haye want him to step in to fight Dillian Whyte at just two-and-a-half weeks’ notice.Whyte’s rematch with Alexander Povetkin, scheduled for November 21, was postponed because the Russian has been hospitalised with Covid-19.Chisora, defeated by Oleksandr Usyk last weekend, immediately volunteered his services for a short-notice turnaround to renew acquaintances with his old foe Whyte. 0:40 Whyte and Chisora tension spilled over during The Gloves Are Off last_img read more

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Martin Keown believes Mikel Arteta made obvious mistake in Arsenal’s defeat against Olympiacos

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first_img Metro Sport ReporterFriday 28 Feb 2020 8:55 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link2kShares Mikel Arteta suffered a major setback as Arsenal crashed out of the Europa League against Olympiacos (Picture: Getty)Martin Keown believes Mikel Arteta and Arsenal paid the price for delaying Garbriel Martinelli’s introduction against Olympiacos last night.The Gunners crashed out of the Europa League in almost farcical circumstances, gifting Youssef El Arabi a 119th minute winner having only moments earlier appeared to have booked their place in the last 16 following Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s acrobatic volley.Arsenal’s top goalscorer still had an opportunity to win the tie but inexplicably shanked the ball wide, standing in the six-yard box with the goal at his mercy.Arteta felt Arsenal should have put the tie to bed long before, however, with Alexandre Lacazette and Nicolas Pepe both guilty of missing presentable opportunities.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTKeown, however, felt the Spaniard would have been better served by bringing on teenage sensation Martinelli earlier, with the Brazilian given only 15 minutes to impress during the second period of extra time. Advertisement Martin Keown believes Mikel Arteta made obvious mistake in Arsenal’s defeat against Olympiacos Comment Gabriel Martinelli was only given 15 minutes to impress against Olympiacos (Picture: Getty)The former Arsenal defender said: ‘We were that close I was tempted to tell Arteta to bring Martinelli on, but you don’t want to be disrespectful.‘It was obvious Martinelli had to come on, we were that close to Arteta I was tempted to go over and say ‘put Martinelli on’. You have to show respect, of course you can’t go and do that.‘The basics and the structure aren’t there. These are schoolboy errors.’Follow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport pageMORE: Martin Keown rates Arsenal’s chances of Champions League return after Europa League exitMORE: Mikel Arteta unhappy with ‘unacceptable’ Arsenal defending after Olympiacos defeat Advertisementlast_img read more

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