Leadership


Heather Tenuto said she couldn't succeed in her role without understanding things from the channel partner's point of view.



We asked this year's Women of the Channel honorees to shed a little light on what specifically they have done to benefit their company's channel partners in the last year.



With Elizabeth Cain aboard, Boston-based OpenView is helping its portfolio companies succeed by working with the channel.



AT&T's Brooks McCorcle and Sue Galvanek tell CRN how the company is doing its part to close the gender gap in the IT industry and making sure women have a seat at the table. 



The gender gap within the IT industry is narrowing. Women of the Channel executives say that mentoring, creating a personal brand, and promoting a flexible office environment will help close the gap for good.



Dell's Cheryl Cook shares her thoughts on what it takes for women to succeed in the tech industry, and how it feels to be a role model for young women starting out in tech.



Gavriella Schuster, a 21-year Microsoft veteran, speaks with CRN about helping partners migrate the world's largest customer base to Windows 10, channel plans for the Surface tablet and the shift to subscription cloud services.



An up-and-coming executive shares how her storage startup is working with MSPs and how help from another woman executive has been crucial to ClearSky's progress.



At Women of the Channel West, a managing principal with the executive search firm's details the most desirable traits in a successful execu



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