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ALSO CALLED: Alliances, Partnering, IT Channel Partners, Channel Partners, Business Alliances, Business Partnerships
DEFINITION: A partner is a member in a partnership, an entity in which both the profits or losses of a business or other venture are shared between all members. Corporations favor partnerships because of a taxation structure that eliminates dividend taxes upon the profits of owners. In information technology, a partnership can indicate a relationship that extends beyond monetary considerations. For instance, one  … 
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Storage Solution Case Study: BMO Harris Bank Saves $5 Million Per Year
sponsored by EMC Corporation
WEBCAST: This video explains how BMO Harris Bank found a storage solution with easy access that provided them with immediate savings of $5 million a year. Watch to find out how you can deploy the same solution with an easy to use interface and quickly lower costs.
Posted: 29 Jul 2014 | Premiered: Jul 29, 2014

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Secure, Reliable, Any-Size File Transfer with FileXpress
sponsored by Attachmate Corporation
WEBCAST: This brief video introduces a secure, reliable, and collaboration-friendly file transfer strategy capable of accommodating multiple platforms, protocols, and standards – keeping costs down and ensuring the safety of your sensitive information all while allowing you to keep up with the pace of business.
Posted: 11 Apr 2013 | Premiered: Feb 20, 2013

Attachmate Corporation

Securing the Extended Enterprise
sponsored by Cybertrust
WEBCAST: This webcast takes you through the growing concern of partner compliance, and what you can do to get your partners in line and also become a better, more secure, and compliant partner.
Posted: 06 Nov 2006 | Premiered: Nov 30, 2006, 12:00 EST (17:00 GMT)

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PARTNERSHIPS DEFINITION (continued): … A partner is a member in a partnership, an entity in which both the profits or losses of a business or other venture are shared between all members. Corporations favor partnerships because of a taxation structure that eliminates dividend taxes upon the profits of owners. In information technology, a partnership can indicate a relationship that extends beyond monetary considerations. For instance, one software maker might agree to integrate another company's product or service into their products or agree to support a common standard or protocol. Other partners may be aligned together for expressly non-profit goals, like sharing internal resources for disaster recovery, open source software development or digital education initiatives.
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