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Carousel Picks Up Momentum, Appoints Program Director

Channelnomics Staff Since its launch in 2017, Carousel Industries’ agent program has grown 1,500%, according to sources at the company, which provides communication and network technology, cloud solutions, and managed and professional services. Exeter, Rhode Island-based Carousel has also created a new position on its carrier services team. Read More…

04.17.2019

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Carousel Industries Nabs Verizon Vet For Soaring Partner Program

Solution provider Carousel Industries has hired Verizon veteran Jim Barrucci to its newly created position of Verizon Program Director, a part of the company’s rapidly growing agent partner program. “The opportunity at Carousel is the sky is the limit,” Barrucci told CRN. “Carousel Industries has a tremendous reputation for all facets of their business and […]

04.10.2019

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Carousel Adds Verizon Vet to Carrier Services Team

PRESS RELEASE — CHANNEL PARTNERS CONFERENCE & EXPO — April 9, 2019 — Carousel Industries (Booth 870), a leader in communication and network technologies, professional and managed services, and cloud solutions, today announced significant growth and momentum attained through its Agent Partner Program, which allows solution providers nationwide to bundle and resell Carousel’s portfolio of technology solutions and Carrier services.  The […]

04.10.2019

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Latest Trends in AV Monitoring and Management

With tech managers increasingly under pressure to contribute to business outcomes, the need for meaningful information on how their AV deployments are performing is paramount. To address this, audiovisual systems monitoring and management technology has moved beyond signaling when systems are down, or when they’re about to fail. These days, systems analytics is getting more […]

03.05.2019

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Carousel Industries hosts Daisy Girl Scouts for cybersecurity session

EXETER – Carousel Industries of North America Inc. hosted Daisy Girl Scouts Troop 478 on Feb. 19, with the 5- to 7-year-olds working toward cybersecurity badges. Company Chief Information Security Officer Jason Albuquerque led the 14 girls in a session at the company’s training room covering cybersecurity basics, safeguards and investigations. Troop members learned about […]

02.28.2019

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10 Effective Employee Training Tactics for New Technology

According to HR Magazine, companies that invest $1,500 on training per employee can see an average 24 percent more profit than companies who invest less. Additionally, a study of 2,500 businesses done by ATD found that companies that offer thorough training generated more than twice the amount of income per employee over firms that offered […]

02.04.2019

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Avaya Engage 2019 Featuring Carousel Industries

Avaya just capped off its biggest ever Engage conference, bringing more than 2,500 attendees, including partners and customers, to Austin, Texas. The theme of the event was “Experiences that Matter.” It included 100 expo partners, sponsors and exhibitors. Avaya updated attendees on its progress since emerging from chapter 11 bankruptcy a little more than a year ago. Jim Chirico, […]

01.25.2019

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Cherry Named New Chief Financial Officer at Carousel Industries

EXETER – Carousel Industries of North America Inc. announced Jason Cherry as its new chief financial officer and Jonathan Buckle as its regional vice president for Southern California. The information technology cloud solutions and managed-services company is looking to position itself for further growth and expand its presence in the West, Carousel said in a […]

01.25.2019

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A Delicate Balancing Act: Business Needs vs IT Priorities

IT can’t be the “bureau of NO” but has to be a partner with the business units. Many CIOs and IT leaders today feel powerless when it comes to managing technology expenditures that come from sources outside of their departmental IT budget. If the sales team decides it wants to invest in training tools to […]

01.15.2019

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Cybersecurity Trends We Saw in 2018

As the year winds down, most security experts begin to set their sights on the months ahead. It makes sense because we should be planning for potential attack vectors and figuring out ways to protect sensitive data and networks. But you can’t really plan for the future without understanding what happened in the past. The […]

01.04.2019