As the IT and telecom channels converge, solution providers and telecom agents hook up to offer the kind of business connectivity customers demand. CRN’s 2013 Network Connectivity Services Partner Program Guide is meant to highlight some of the industry’s leading portfolios of telecom, cloud and connectivity offerings. It also recognizes those industry players who seem ready, willing and able to help partners wrap their arms around all this convergence, and the many moving parts it entails.
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