CRN Channel News

  • Nokia Battles Lawsuit Over Financial Forecast
    Mobile phone maker Nokia on Wednesday defended itself against a lawsuit filed by investors in the United States that accused the company of making "material misrepresentations" about its financial outlook for the first quarter.
  • Channel Has Great Expectations For IT Spending
    Solution providers are ready for business, with their expectations for customer spending reaching their highest level in nearly four years, according to the CRN Monthly Solution Provider Survey.
  • Change At The Top At Unisys
    Computer systems and services vendor Unisys said Tuesday that top executive Lawrence Weinbach will relinquish his title of president immediately and will step down as CEO in January.
  • Accpac Updates HR Software
    Best Software's broad network of Accpac International resellers should find it easier to help human resources managers and employees help themselves with the latest version of Accpac HR Series software.
  • Mobile Software Ties Wi-Fi, VoIP For Free Calls
    A new way to merge two disruptive technologies--Internet phoning and Wi-Fi--was introduced Tuesday, in the form of mobile-PDA software from Skype Technologies. Called PocketSkype, the free software enables users of Microsoft PocketPC-based handhelds to connect to Wi-Fi access points to make free VoIP calls.
  • IBS Adds IBM Middleware To Midmarket Supply Chain Software
    IBM partners targeting medium-size manufacturers and wholesale distributors now can make use of supply chain applications pre-integrated with the vendor's middleware. The announcement Tuesday represents an expanded relationship between IBM and its strategic alliance partner, International Business Systems (IBS).
  • IBM Unveils Trio Of Compliance Products
    IBM on Monday unveiled three software products intended to assist companies with the rising costs of complying with government regulations such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the USA Patriot Act, and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.
  • New Mac Office Due In May
    The latest version of Microsoft's Office software for Apple computers will be in stores in the third week of May, the company said.
  • EU Backs Up Its Microsoft Ruling
    Last week's stunning $1.6 billion settlement with Sun Microsystems was unlikely to impact the antitrust actions against Microsoft in Europe, officials and legal experts said Monday.
  • Goal: Reassure partners there is room for them to grow

    Microsoft Kicks Off New ISV Road Show
    Microsoft will continue its ISV recruitment and retention push later this month with an 11-city road show.
  • MicroStrategy Connects Business Intelligence To Office
    It's become a truism among business intelligence vendors that most people prefer to work within familiar applications. MicroStrategy has embraced that reality and pushed it to the nth degree with Monday's release of integration software that adds business intelligence capabilities to the menu bar of Microsoft Office.