All CRN Blogs


  • It's OOW Time
    At Oracle OpenWorld the company tries, again, to build channel rapport, but skepticism remains.
  • Get Ready For Robo-Nerds
    Bill Gates says the age of robotics could boost software development in as little as three or four years.
  • The Coming Data Battles
    Every now and again you run into somebody at a company that just seems to get it a little bit more than everybody else. In the case of Veritas, that person may very well be Matt Fairbanks, the company's director of technical marketing.
  • Microsoft Partner Program Update
    Got a call from Microsoft yesterday. Seems the channel executive management team was eager to get in front of any negative news surrounding the implementation of one of the largest channel reorganizations in the company's history.
  • Day Of Fame
    Guess I've been stressed beyond belief about this year's CRN Industry Hall of Fame event, which we held two nights ago in Mountain View, Calif.
  • On A Clear Day
    Only in Ireland is it considered a compliment to call someone both brilliant and mad. And nobody in the IT industry personifies those traits better than Annrai O'Toole, the Irish-born CEO of Cape Clear, a provider of tools for building Web services applications that has its U.S. headquarters in Waltham, Mass.
  • Dell's Stock Rises But Prices May Fall
    Dell didn't exactly have a blowout third quarter but its executives were bullish enough in talking about those results to inject some steam into the stock market.
  • Will Sun Come Out Tomorrow or Today?
    Sun Microsystems president and COO Jonathan Schwartz went into detail about what he sees as a fundamental shift in the ecosystem of the computing industry. Like most discussions, it was long on vision and short on specifics that will turn that vision into a reality, but an overview of some of Schwartz's views is well worth considering.

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