All CRN Blogs


  • Autonomic Amigos
    Although Alan Ganek, CTO of IBM's Tivoli unit, and Ozzie Papic, CEO of Net Integration Technologies, have never met, they are on the same road to next-generation computing. That's because both of them are diehard proponents of autonomic computing, which essentially means they strongly believe that systems should be able to heal themselves.
  • Are You There?
    Since many of us use AOL Instant Messenger extensively to communicate on deadline (and with a growing number of sources), I feel strangely remote whenever I'm cut off from it.
  • It's as simple as losing a number


    Ready To Start Over?
    We might just be able to live on, and possibly function even better, if we simply started over.
  • What you believe about your company says a lot about you


    Skeptic Or True Believer?
    Truth be told, far too many companies believe they have an advantage over their rivals by simple virtue of what they have lying around.
  • Where's My AIM?
    Will IM outages force us to pay for this now-indispensable service? Maybe, but it better work!
  • Have You Hurd?
    We don't know much about the new Hewlett-Packard CEO, but one thing's for sure: He isn't Carly Fiorina.
  • Hurd On The Street
    Blogs are showing a mixed reaction to HP's pick of Mark Hurd as its new CEO. The upshot: Hurd is fine, but someone with a more tangible strategy would be better.
  • On Digital Theft
    I walk around in mortal fear of losing my Treo, which combines my address book and other vitally important info to me (such as when I'm rehearsing with my a cappella quartet).
  • Virtual Vanguard III
    Both IBM and EMC think this is the year that storage virtualization goes mainstream, and both companies agree that a software-centric approach to storage virtualization is going to be key.

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