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Art Wittmann

Art Wittmann is group vice president of Informa Exhibitions' Business Technology Network. Previously, he was VP/director of InformationWeek Reports, where he was responsible for the business operations and content strategy of InformationWeek’s analyst and research group.

Digital Business Is Big Business
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Lorna Garey

Lorna Garey is editor in chief of Channel Partners. She has been in the tech publishing trenches since 1995, when she joined eWeek, and was most recently content director of InformationWeek digital media.

Channeling Security: Kaspersky Execs Say 'Plan Is to Push More Responsibility Out to Partners'
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Lynn Haber

Channel Partners senior editor Lynn Haber takes aim at new technology, partner programs and more as they pertain to the IT channel.

Microsoft-LinkedIn Tie-Up to Help Partners, Eventually
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Buffy Naylor

Buffy Naylor, managing editor of Channel Partners, offers tips, tactics and topics to help partners manage their own businesses so they can focus on helping clients with theirs.

Holiday Spirits: Handle With Care
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Watch Out for Contract Management Hazards
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Women in the Channel is a grassroots organization promoting opportunities for women in the technology channel. This blog shares insights on issues of concern to women in the channel and is written by WIC members, including women who are in leadership, ownership and revenue-generating roles in the alternate sales channel sector of the telecommunications industry. For more information, visit http://www.womeninthechannel.org.

BET's Michele Thornton to Deliver WiC Keynote at Channel Partners Evolution
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The Peer-to-Peer blog is a forum for Channel Partners readers with the goal of stimulating discussion among partners about important issues impacting their business. The opinions expressed here are those of the authors and not necessarily those of Channel Partners editors or publishers. If you are interested in submitting a blog, please contact Editor-in-Chief Lorna Garey, lorna.garey@informa.com.

How to Turn Your MSP Business Into a Sales Machine, Part 1
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Twice a year Channel Partners is host to the Channel Partners Conference & Expo, an exclusive event for the telecom and IT indirect sales channels. Subscribe to this blog for updates on the show, including exhibitor news, speakers and promotions.

Help Amy Acme Achieve Her Digital Business Goals
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Rebecca Rosen

Sales Enablement is a blog written by Rebecca Rosen, principal consultant at Sales Enabled, a channel-focused consulting firm that helps organizations identify and eliminate sales hurdles that block the path to success.

4 Ways to Make an Additional $120,000 a Year
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Channel Professionals: Help Us Help You Address the IT Skills Gap
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Tina Gravel

As consultant and advisor to growing technology companies, Tina Gravel helps firms to increase their revenue, best monetize their intellectual property assets and obtain funding. An award-winning executive with more than 25 years of sales experience in the IT outsourcing, cloud and SaaS industries, Tina most recently held the role of general manager and vice president for Dimension Data's Cloud Services Business in the Americas. She is a member of the 2015-16 Channel Partners Advisory Board. Follow Tina on Twitter @tgravel.

Sometimes In the IoT, What's Old Is Really New
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