SaaS endpoint security vendor CrowdStrike today announced large increases to its Asia Pacific and Japan channel and partner programmes, continuing its growth in these regions.
Germany-based open source company SUSE Linux has appointed its first solutions partner for the Asia-Pacific and Japan, nominating cloud, managed services and infrastructure consultancy Aptira to fill the role.
Duncan Hewett made the move from IBM to VMware a little over 12 months ago. He told iTWire his first year has seen solid digital transformation in the Australia Pacific and Japan region, but with more to come.
Haven't heard a peep out of you mr well-informed since my last comment. What's happened?
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