All CRN Blogs

  • Why Antivirus Isn't Dead
    Antivirus software has been declared dead by some industry watchers who contend this form of protection can’t keep pace with rapidly changing malware. The technology, however, remains relevant and MSPs can expect to work with antivirus products for a while.
  • Profiting in the SMB Space
    The small and midsize business (SMB) market (1 to 99 employees) offers many opportunities for driving significant channel revenue growth in the coming years. The challenge for VARs is understanding that companies in this market have unique business requirements and technology needs that are sometimes overlooked.
  • CRN 2015 Project Applications
    Here, you'll find opportunities to be included in CRN's 2015 directories, rankings and awards programs for solution providers, vendors and distributors.

    On The Record: The Internet Of Stupid Things
    Given the amount of time people already spend staring at mobile devices, do we really need light bulbs with their own IP addresses so that we can manage them from our smartphones?
  • Elevate The Customer Experience
    Solution providers gearing up for XChange 2014 understand that a major transformation is under way, one that is being driven by cloud, mobility, changing buyer behavior and other forces that are causing IT integrators to rethink their value propositions.
  • Why Faster Isn't Always Better
    To ensure you provide your customers with the telecom solution that is the right one for them, here are five tips to keep in mind when selecting a carrier.
  • 2014 - The Year of the Voice
    When it comes to providing your customers with new, high-quality digital phone service with flexible options, you should look to the same cable providers that deliver high-speed Internet access.
  • Why Hybrid is the Next Dominating Trend
    As a VAR and/or integrator, it has become a requirement to provide your customers with cloud solution options, preferably ones that minimize the impact on your traditional storage and infrastructure business.