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  • ShadowRAM: May 27, 2002
    LEGATO GETS REPRIMAND FROM SEC IBM ROLLS OUT RED CARPET FOR KEY SOLUTION PROVIDERS SUN SEEMS RIGHT AT HOME ON THE PEACOCK NETWORK
  • Next Update Of XP Offers Partners More Options
    The next update of Microsoft's Windows XP, aimed at complying with an antitrust consent decree, intends to offer more freedom and flexibility for partners configuring the XP desktop.
  • IBM U.S. Job Cuts Top 1,500
    IBM layoffs have reached more than 1,500 according to an IBM employee Web site, but IBM said Friday the job cuts are not part of a companywide workforce reduction.
  • Next Update Of XP Offers Partners More Options
    The next update of Microsoft's Windows XP, aimed at complying with an antitrust consent decree, intends to offer more freedom and flexibility for partners configuring the XP desktop.
  • Hard Facts: May 27, 2002
    The overall level of solution provider satisfaction with hardware vendors' channel programs crept higher in April, according to CRN's monthly Channel Satisfaction Survey. But the gain was smaller than the one seen in March, and satisfaction remains below the peak reached in January.
  • Pricing Paranoia Hits
    Computer product vendors are wreaking havoc on their own distribution channels with pricing models that are prompting solution providers to switch their customers to competing product lines.
  • Verizon Wireless Makes Flat-Rate Pricing Foray
    Verizon Wireless threw down the gauntlet in next-generation wireless data pricing last week by introducing the industry's first flat-rate pricing plan, but it remains to be seen how quickly competitors will follow suit.
  • Are You Still Vulnerable?
    Security patches don't always fix the problems they aim to solve and can even create new ones, solution providers say, citing a recent Microsoft patch as an example.

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