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  • For PwC, Acquisition Is Only Option
    While the $3.5 billion acquisition of PwC Consulting by IBM is considered a surprise move by some in the industry, when you look at it from PwC's perspective, it's clear the offer provided the company's only real option to avoid a harsh fate as a public company.
  • Cisco Ups The Ante on Channel Certification Program
    Cisco has always been a company focused on customer satisfaction, but this year the networking company has brought that focus laser-sharp on the channel itself. Beginning this summer, partners who have to renew their certification must pass muster on their own customer satisfaction scores as part of the renewal process.
  • Cyber Security Chief Says Software Needs Improvement
    "The software industry has an obligation to do a better job in producing software that works," said Richard Clarke, President Bush's special advisor on cyberspace security, in the opening keynote Wednesday at the Black Hat Briefings.
  • Serving The Nation's Needs
    Winning business with the feds is a top priority for many solution providers, and vendors' professional services arms are no exception.
  • Qwest Channel Exec To Resign
    Michael McDonnell, vice president of Qwest Communications International's Business Partner Program, is resigning.
  • Martino Speaks Out On IBM's Move To Buy PwC Consulting
    Ralph Martino, vice president of strategy and marketing for IBM Global Services, said Wednesday that IBM's channel partners need not fear that IBM's pending acquisition of PwC Consulting will shut them out of deals.
  • Enterasys to Restate Earnings Amid Probe
    Enterasys Networks will restate earnings for last year and part of this year amid a continuing internal investigation and Securities and Exchange Commission review of its finances.

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