CRN Channel News

  • Home Networking Market Ripe For Change
    The growing trend of home networking -- and the reasons why users are currently assembling such networks -- puts PC makers such as Dell and Hewlett-Packard in the cat bird's seat, according to a survey released Monday by The NPD Group.
  • CRN Interview: Vignette CEO Thomas Hogan
    As the CEO of Vignette, Thomas Hogan has been out to turn around this once wunderkind of the Internet age into a stable member of the enterprise software community. As part of that effort, Vignette is now focused squarely on workflow and collaboration software across multiple platforms. In an interview with CRN Editor-in-Chief Michael Vizard, Hogan talks about his ambitions for Vignette after making several strategic acquisitions in 2003 and the critical role a renewed focus on the channel will play in helping Vignette take on larger rivals.
  • Digital Imaging Technology Saves Time For Coaches
    High school football coach Larry Greene thought the big breakthrough came years ago when video replaced film as a quicker way to scout the competition and analyze what his players were doing right or wrong. Now, Greene sees a new breakthrough , affordable digital imaging technology that further reduces the time needed to compile and view game footage.
  • Experts: Enterprise Software On The Rise
    The corporate spending that drives the technology sector is as strong as it has been since the end of the 1990s boom, giving the industry optimism as it heads into 2004.
  • IT Pros Optimistic About 2004 Salary Increases
    IT professionals are optimistic that the economic turn-around will put more money in their pockets during 2004, a recently-released survey from skills assessment firm Brainbench found.
  • Progress Telecom To Kick Off 2004 With New Products, Presence
    Broadband services provider Progress Telecom, a jointly owned subsidiary of publicly traded Progress Energy and Odyssey Telecorp, said this week that it will kick off 2004 with an expanded presence and a new suite of products for the telecom space.
  • Digital Convergence Sales Jump At D&H
    D&H Distributing said Tuesday that crossover sales between its computer and consumer-electronics divisions climbed more than 10 percent over the past four months.
  • Micron Sales Surge 62 Percent
    Memory manufacturer Micron Technology Inc. reported a 62 percent surge in revenue, to $1.1 billion, in another harbinger of the semiconductor industry's improving conditions.
  • MySQL Nails Bugs In Maintenance Release
    Open-source vendor MySQL AB issued a maintenance release Monday that fixes a slew of bugs unveiled earlier this month by a study of the MySQL database code.
  • Mixed Results From RIM And PalmSource
    There is a good news-bad news scenario playing out in the PDA world, as Research In Motion (RIM)--which has the good news--and PalmSource Inc--which has the bad news--announced their financials.
  • A New Sibling For Best Software: Accpac International
    Providing further evidence of mass consolidation in the business-applications space, Best Software's parent company, Sage Group, on Tuesday announced plans to acquire rival software vendor Accpac International for $110 million in cash.
  • Arrangement gives Intel access to wireless technology

    Intel, PCTEL In Cross-Licensing Deal
    Working to shore up its severely underperforming wireless business, Intel has signed a cross-licensing agreement with PCTEL and agreed to pay the wireless solution provider $14.5 million, the companies said.