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  • ShadowRAM: October 1, 2007
    Several teams of Cisco employees recently hit Donegal Bay, Ireland, to participate in the Cisco Euro Challenge, a multiday adventure race that the company sponsors.
  • How Fast Does Your Business Grow?
    For solution providers looking to shift into hypergrowth mode, there is a well-defined formula for success, according to CMP Channel Group's Business Growth 2007 survey.
  • Abbyy Road
    Independent software vendor Abbyy USA is hoping to leverage the channel to reach the small- and midsize-business markets and has created a new channel program to bring more solution providers into the fold.
  • Home System Backup in a Windows World
    Save often, and to multiple destinations. Everyone hears that piece of sage advice, but it's not always followed. An application like Windows Home Server that makes backups easier to perform and manage is worth a first, second and third look.
  • Home System Backup in a Windows World
    Save often, and to multiple destinations. Everyone hears that piece of sage advice, but it's not always followed. An application like Windows Home Server that makes backups easier to perform and manage is worth a first, second and third look.
  • 4 The Hard Way
    Advanced Micro Devices launched its first quad-core microprocessor Sept. 10 at Lucasfilm's Letterman Digital Arts Center in San Francisco. Along with an armed guard of Stormtroopers and a wandering Wookie, some 50 OEMs were in attendance or had filmed tributes to the long-awaited release of the chip, codenamed Barcelona, that AMD calls the "world's most advanced x86 processor ever designed and manufactured."
  • Cash Cow
    By partnering with large technology vendors the likes of virtualization darling VMware, upstart Acronis has positioned itself as a key emerging vendor for VARs selling virtualization, and backup and recovery solutions.
  • Mortgaging The Future
    Some of the biggest and most powerful vendors in the technology business are about to be walloped by a subprime channel crisis.
  • PCs Are Cool Again
    It's been a long time since a lot of our most interesting stories were coming from the PC space. For a time, PCs were so uncool that a certain magazine changed its name from Computer Reseller News to CRN. But hold on a minute. Several recent developments within the PC space—both on the technology front and from a business standpoint—are making it the space to watch. And that's not going to change for quite some time.

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