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  • Recording's Digital Awakening
    Recording applications, demonstrations or just a series of activities on a PC used to be a complex endeavor. But TechSmith's Camtasia Studio 4 simplifies the video creation to a mere click of the mouse and a toggle of a key.
  • 36 Leading System Builders
    Servers, storage and notebooks continue to outpace desktops as the engines of growth for the channel's top system builders on our annual list.
  • Getting Started In Data Leak Prevention
    Bill Tomlinson, national security practice director at DynTek, an Irvine, Calif.-based security integrator, talks about the startup costs associated with data leak prevention solutions
  • Selling Data Leak Prevention
    John Kindervag, senior security architect at Atlanta-based integrator Vigilar, gives some pointers on how to break through customers' preconceived notions about data leak prevention technology
  • Services Opportunities For Data Leak Prevention
    amie Bjerke, director of technical services at Information Security Technology, a St. Paul, Minn.-based solution provider, discusses the services offerings that the channel can wrap around data leak prevention technology
  • EZ Writer DVD Burner Lives Up To Its Name
    It can't get much easier: The slim Apricorn EZ Writer DVD LS external DVD burner works with notebooks and desktops and is compatible with all the latest optical media.
  • Whose Job Is It To Help The Small VAR?
    Small solution providers will become increasingly important to the channel's future. But how do we as an industry do more for the smaller players, the real fabric of the IT channel?
  • ShadowRAM: June 11, 2007
    This week in ShadowRAM: Hewlett-Packard's garage now a landmark, Alvaka Networks' Oli Thordarson races to the finish, Cisco band rocks for Katrina relief and Microsoft's Bob Muglia goes back to the future.
  • Partnering Takes Time
    Will Best Buy's and Dell's channel efforts succumb to attention deficit disorder? Let's hope not, but the odds don't seem to be in their favor.
  • VoIP War Rages On
    The fate of Avaya is now somewhat clear. The company that began as Ma Bell and lived as a part of Lucent Technologies before being cast off on its own will stay in the VoIP market to battle with Cisco and Nortel.

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