CRN Channel News


  • Commercial, home market products on tap


    Gateway Forges New Ties With Channel
    As Gateway works to reconnect with the channel, solution providers in the commercial and home markets can expect a raft of new products and services from the company in the coming months.
  • Golden Age Of Radio?
    First the Department of Defense. Then Wal-Mart. I realize it's a little early to make year-end predictions for 2004, but I'm going to anyway.
  • Samsung Strikes
    One of the big stories at Comdex this week is the no-holds-barred product and channel assault being waged by Samsung Electronics.
  • Partner reaction mixed as way is paved for MCI to emerge from Chapter 11


    MCI Reorganization Has Ripple Effect
    Former and current solution provider partners of MCI, formerly WorldCom, have mixed feelings about the U.S. Bankruptcy Court's approval of the telecom carrier's reorganization.
  • Network Appliance To Buy Spinnaker
    Network Appliance has signed a $300 million agreement to acquire Spinnaker Networks, a privately held storage vendor that develops scalable system architectures, distributed file systems, and clustering and virtualization technologies.
  • Engage The Enterprise
    In the one hand, it's been a terrible year in the enterprise. After all, IT budgets are typically a percentage of revenue, so when revenue falls, IT budgets fall. In addition, many CFOs have been shoring up their companies' bottom lines by cutting the percentage of revenue they actually spend on IT, let alone budget for it. In effect, this has created a double-whammy for IT spending in the enterprise.
  • Pharos GPS Navigator Guides Lost Workers
    Any field-based worker, salesperson, delivery person or frequent traveler will tell you that time is money and missing or arriving late for appointments often can lead to significant monetary loss.
  • CIOs point to specific investments in on-demand, grid computing


    IT Spending Still Tight
    Economic recovery or not, IT budgets next year will largely hold steady with CIOs spending money on a surgical basis, several experts told a Gartner Group conference last week.
  • Versions of Goldmine, HEAT slated for 2004


    FrontRange To Dive Into Hosting
    FrontRange Solutions plans to jump into the hosted applications market next year.
  • Industry Briefs
    RADIANT SHINES AT FS/TECAt the Foodservice Technology (FS/TEC) show last month in Long Beach, Calif., Radiant Systems demonstrated its latest POS terminal, self-service kiosk and back-office technology for food-service operators.
  • Services firm spurs growth by sharpening clients' business processes


    Accenture 'Industrializes'
    Accenture executives believe an overwhelming need to "industrialize" certain business processes and improve realtime access to information will be among the factors driving its anticipated revenue growth of 5 percent to 10 percent in its 2004 fiscal year.
  • Government unit aims to branch out into statae, local, education arena


    CDW-G Calls On VARs
    CDW's government division, or CDW-G, wants to add more solution providers to its Small Business Consortium program.

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