CRN Applications and OS News


  • Former CRN Publisher Cron Departing CA
    Ken Cron, who served as interim CEO of CA and was the original publisher of CRN, will step down as a board member of the Islandia, N.Y., software vendor this year.
  • IT Spending To Reach $12.2 Billion For Health-Care Vertical
    With more attention placed on electronic health-care systems and a nationwide health network, Reston, Va.-based research firm Input predicts tech spending in the health-care sector to increase 10 percent in the next five years to $12.2 billion.
  • Developers Flock To Google's SourceForge Rival
    Google is winning good reviews from early adopters of its new open-source development hub, Google Code Project Hosting. Less than a week after its launch, several thousand projects are hosted on the site, and users praise its simplicity.
  • Linux Leader Torvalds Blasts Free Software Movement
    Linus Torvalds, who helped create the open-source operating system Linux, is blasting the Free Software Foundation again as the group releases its latest draft of a revised General Public License (GPL).
  • Hanley, CA's Top Partner Exec, Exits
    James Hanley, who CA recruited about two years ago from EMC as its senior vice president of worldwide partner sales, is the latest to leave the troubled company.
  • Next-generation DVD discs are finally arriving. Prepare yourself now.


    Get Ready For Blu-ray and HD-DVD
    Next-generation DVD discs are finally arriving. Prepare yourself now.
  • Category: Application Infrastructure
    Best of the Midmarket, Application Infrastructure, Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2003, IBM DB2 UDB Express C, Novell SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop, Oracle Application Server 10g Standard Edition, Progress Software OpenEdge 10
  • Category: Linux/Open Source
    Best of the Midmarket, Linux/Open Source, Novell SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 9, ZSL Z-Connect (SMSGateway), Levanta Intrepid M, Sun Microsystems StarOffice 8, Sourcefire Snort
  • The 45 Best Midmarket Products
    The midmarket is a particularly tricky segment, including companies with as few as 100 employees and those with close to 1,000. But when it comes to technology, they all do want some of the same things.
  • Category: Business Software
    Best of the Midmarket, Business Software, Business Objects Crystal Vision Server, FrontRange GoldMine 7.03 Corporate Edition, Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Oracle JD Edwards Enterprise One, WebTrends Analytics 8
  • Letters: Linux, Love It Or Hate It
    Frank Ohlhorst's recent column, "A Linux OS For All," asked readers what needed to be done for Linux to gain more traction. And, boy, did they have a lot to say about Linux.

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