CRN Applications and OS News


  • AnyEdit 2.0 BETA 3
    AnyEdit IDE deserves the attention of those using open-source tools to write Windows apps.
  • CA’s CFO Leaving
    CA on Monday said CFO Robert Davis is leaving the company. He’s the third executve to exit CA in less than a month.
  • Channel Protests Phased Vista Access
    System builders are protesting Microsoft’s decision to withhold Windows Vista for release to the channel until January 2007 even as it provides business customers with access to the software Nov 1.
  • Margo Day to take on Western Region; Robert Deshaies to lead US Microsoft partners.


    Microsoft Shuffles US Partner Management
    Margo Day, Microsoft's top US partner executive, is stepping aside after five years as vice president of the US Partner Group to take a new job as a regional vice president effective July 1.
  • Database software solution provider partners with ISV-and reaps the monetary rewards


    Cach-ing In On Database Software Solutions
    With more than 1,250 customers nationwide, ISV NetSmart Technologies has built a $60 million business creating enterprise software solutions for the health and human services market using Cach post-relational database software from InterSystems.
  • Five Must-Have Free Downloads For System Builders
    To differentiate their PCs from others, system builders can turn to the open-source world to add world-class software without incurring extra costs. Here are five free downloads that help make a custom PC stand out.
  • Wi-Fi To Grow In NYC Parks
    New York City leaders want to provide free wireless Internet access in all of the city's public parks.
  • What's the future for Commerce Server and SQL Server?


    Mulling Microsoft Mysteries
    What's in the cards for Commerce Server and SQL Server? Read on.
  • IBM Launches Workplace, Notes For SAP
    IBM on Thursday unveiled Workplace collaboration software and Lotus Notes for SAP business applications. Both IBM products are part of the company's initiative to connect its technologies to SAP customer environments without the need for an upgrade.
  • Ballmer Talks Linux, Security, SaaS
    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer on Wednesday pegged three key areas of focus for Microsoft this year: competing with Linux in the high-end server market, software as a service and Internet advertising.
  • CA CTO To Exit Company
    Mark Barrenechea, executive vice president and CTO at CA, plans to leave the software company next month to take a new job.
  • 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.

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