CRN Applications and OS News

  • Worm Could Wreck Exchange
    Users should expect to see a worm pop up any time that could wreak havoc with Microsoft Exchange, security experts warned Wednesday.
  • Grant funds are out there, but only for those who know where to look and how to ask

    How To Get Your Fair Share of Government Grants
    Washington is rarely a bastion of harmony, and few issues are as contentious as the nation's war on terror. Party lines and personal views make up just a few of the divisions that contribute to the debate, but there is one factor that all sides concede: The war on terrorism cannot be fought without funding.
  • Building The Extreme Home Office
    SOHO solution providers have to admit: Today's selection of home office technology is mind-boggling, and installation can be challenging. Here's the way lab engineers from CRN sister publication Digital Connect went in building the ultimate home-office setup.
  • Acquisition fills gap in product line, bolsters solutions strategy, company says.

    Sage Software Snarfs Up Intuit MasterBuilder Business
    Sage Software, following in its own footsteps, is buying Intuit's MasterBuilder business. Sage CEO Ron Verni announced the deal—but no details—during his kick-off keynote of Sage Software's Insights 2006 partner conference.
  • SOA Software Buys Blue Titan
    SOA Software has acquired Web services networking technology developer Blue Titan, adding another product line to a portfolio of infrastructure software SOA Software has been gradually filling in with acquisitions over the past 18 months. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
  • ePartners To Add NewsGator To MBS Apps
    ePartners plans to provide business customers of its Microsoft ERP and CRM applications with integrated RSS aggregation from NewsGator, both companies said.
  • Analysis finds hidden costs in Sun platform, while competing Digipede offering shines

    Review: Gridlock Alert For Sun Grid?
    Sun Microsystems’ Sun Grid, which provides VARs with access to a 5,000-CPU supercomputer for $1 per CPU hour, has many technical hurdles to overcome in order to deploy custom applications, a CRN Test Center review found.
  • Moving From C To Java In A 'Jazillian' Ways
    While parsing technologies have been around for decades, conversion strategies have remained stagnant. But Jazillian C-to-Java conversion software takes a different approach by producing code that is natural to the target language.
  • Vendor details managed services plan for midsize businesses

    Avaya Breaks New Ground
    Avaya is staking a claim in the managed services space with the launch of a new hosted VoIP offering for midsize businesses.
  • Valid Windows, Office software may be needed for updates

    Microsoft: Users May Have To Prove Legal Windows Use
    Microsoft may make it mandatory for Windows users to prove they have a genuine copy of Windows or Office in order to get updates from Automatic Update or Windows Update.
  • As prices drop and features increase, new managed services target smaller markets

    Managed Services Reach Home
    As MSP vendors lower their prices and unveil new features to expand their remote managed services into the home and SOHO markets, digital integrators are finding they can offer an array of important new services to their customers.
  • Intel, AMD virtualization support slated for early next year

    Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1 Hits Beta
    Microsoft's Virtual Server won't offer support for Intel’s and Advanced Micro Devices’ virtualization capabilities until the first quarter of 2007, but that's not too far behind its rivals.