CRN Networking News


  • Too Exposed?
    As government contractors continue to accrue overwhelming amounts of business, they need to consider a variety of unique risks and challenges they may face, including complicated national security issues. Insurers writing this business find it is a high-maintenance, hands-on prospect that demands a great deal of expertise on the parts of underwriters, loss-control experts, agents and brokers.
  • Show Of Support, Times Two
    Top-notch product innovation and partner support are defining characteristics of any No. 1 vendor in VARBusiness' Annual Report Card. But in the Networking Infrastructure category, two companies excelled in those areas, tying for first-place honors.
  • Cisco Casts Network Net
    For Cisco Systems channel partners, it's time to think software. In its quest to dominate the VoIP market, Cisco is putting increased emphasis on the applications that tie into a voice system to provide true unified communications solutions.
  • HP unit debuts its first network core switch with lifetime warranty


    ProCurve: Switch Hit
    Hewlett-Packard's Pro-Curve Networking by HP division is making hay with its strategy to capture networking market share by offering cost-effective technology, a tactic it is now trying out in the network core.
  • Relational puts Avaya VoIP system to work for tornado-ravaged Georgia hospital


    Port In A Storm
    On the night of March 1, a tornado tore through Sumter Regional Hospital in Americus, Ga., leaving the 143-bed facility in ruins.
  • Review: Management With A Bite
    Keeping track of what's happening in the network is essential, but it's not always easy or affordable, creating a large opportunity for solution providers to step in with proactive network management services.

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