All CRN Blogs


  • 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.
  • Uplifting News From CDW
    I was impressed by CDW's disclosure last week that it will send 10 of its employees to Thailand in July with Habitat for Humanity's Global Village division
  • Microsoft Chief Strategist Takes A Week Off


    Bill's Most Excellent Adventure
    Hold the presses. Bill Gates had another one of his patented Think Weeks. Stand back and wait for the epiphanies to roll forth.
  • Cool News For Digital Photos, Spam
    I know at least two people who read this blog when I update it, and it is with them in mind that I'm finally emerging from my self-imposed cone of silence to bring us at least into the month of March.
  • When OSes Play Nice Together
    While soon-to-be-released virtualization technology will let single systems run more than one OS at a time, at least one solution provider in the U.K. isn't waiting to get started.
  • A Good Cup of JOE
    Although the battle between JBoss on one side of the application server paradigm and BEA and IBM on the other side gets most of the attention, there's another player on the open-source app server front that's worthy of attention.
  • Groove Gets Gone
    Microsoft's Groove buyout shows that the big get bigger, and the small get bought. If they're lucky.

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