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  • Snapshot of an outstanding technology implementation


    If the Shoe Fits...
    Snapshot of an outstanding technology implementation
  • Orlando Ayala moves over to new emerging segments group; Reller, McCollum, O'Brien move up.


    Microsoft Reorgs Business Division, SMS&P Unit
    Ayala takes new role targeting emerging segments; partner chief Watson promoted; CRM development moves into Office group.
  • These integrated powerhouses from Acer, HP, Sony and Toshiba stand up to comparably configured desktops


    Review: New Media Center Notebooks Up The Ante
    The latest Media Center notebooks can more than hold their own against comparably configured desktops, while possessing sleeker designs and the promise of portability. The CRN Test Center reviewed notebooks from Acer, HP, Sony and Toshiba that are optimized for both digital media and business applications.
  • Microsoft Buys iView
    Microsoft said Tuesday it has acquired iView, a U.K.-based maker of digital asset management software.
  • NetSuite and CompUSA: A Landmark Deal
    NetSuite's agreement to sell its Software-as-a-Service suite through national retailer CompUSA is a landmark deal that has the potential to dramatically alter the small-business software landscape.
  • Federal Agencies Slow To Move On IPv6 Implementation
    Federal agencies have a ways to go before implementing the sixth version of the Internet Protocol (IPv6), according to a survey commissioned by Cisco Systems and conducted by Market Connections. Of the 200 IT decision makers from defense and civilian agencies interviewed, less than 2 percent have completed the IPv6 planning process, and more than one-third will not begin planning or implementation until 2007.
  • VisualText 1.7
    The VisualText tool represents the next generation of parsers.
  • Review: Linux Options Abound For VARs
    Finding an edge is one of the keys to success when it comes to building custom PCs, and there are two ways to get that edge: build a typical PC just like everyone else's, or leverage technology to make something different.

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