CRN Channel News

  • ScanSource 4Q Revenue Ahead of Expectations
    ScanSource shares increased 5 percent Thursday after thedistributor said it expects fiscal fourth-quarter revenue to be between $328 million and $338 million, compared with consensus estimates of $297 million.
  • Former GE Access exec settles into new role as distributor's COO and president

    John Paget Talks About Synnex
    John Paget Talks About What Synnex Means To Him And Where He Wants To Take the Company.
  • Accenture Profit Surges 59 Percent
    IT consulting giant Accenture said profit for its latest quarter surged 59 percent, helped by an economic recovery in many parts of the world.
  • Hamilton-Burr Duel--Again
    An IBM sales representative, Hamilton took part in a historical re-enactment of an event that took place 200 years ago in Weehawken, N.J.
  • Key trends, facts and interpretation you need to run your business

    Enterprises Living On the Edge
    According to Yankee Group research, enterprises are allocating 34 percent of their IT budgets to solve their edge-business needs. Of note, that is also the largest and fastest-growing portion of the enterprise IT budget.
  • VCs, Vendors, ISVs: A Powerful Trio
    The days of free-flowing venture capital may have ended for good, but VCs today are still eager to earmark money for innovative software start-ups and other tech firms, especially those in emerging areas like wireless, business-process management (BPM) or instant messaging.
  • Cisco, IBM Target Voice Apps
    Look for a bevy of IP-telephony and video products this summer from Cisco that will provide tighter integration with software from IBM.
  • Multibillion-dollar contracts seem few and far between

    What's The Big Deal?
    Despite the fewer number of megadeals, overall business is looking up for VARBusiness 500 providers.
  • New Frontier For Microsoft: Customer Service
    As Microsoft enters more competitive markets and faces increased grumbling over its litany of security flaws, the company is trying what " for it " is an unusual tack: paying more attention its customers.