Video Networking


  • Greenwich Server Gets Pushed Back
    Microsoft took a good first step by moving its Real-Time Communications (RTC) server into beta testing last month, but the release date is being delayed until at least October, channel sources said.
  • HP Services Gets The Edge On IGS In The Channel
    Hewlett-Packard Services' strategy to forge new partnerships with solution providers is gaining momentum in the channel and keeping the division a step ahead of industry leader IBM Global Services (IGS), solution providers say.
  • CA Compensate Equally For Direct, Indirect Sales
    Solution providers said Computer Associates International's new plan to compensate its direct-sales force for all channel sales will cultivate closer relationships between channel partners and the vendor.
  • CompTIA Touts New Security Certification
    Gerard Kane, director of Guarded Networks, a solution provider focused on security, is touting the value of CompTIA's new vendor-neutral security certification program and working to roll it into his company's security training program.
  • WorldCom On Track To Profitability
    WorldCom CEO Michael Capellas' 100-day reorganization plan to bring the struggling carrier out of bankruptcy appears to be paying off somewhat.
  • Autodesk Boosts Channel Support
    Armed with a new release of its flagship AutoCAD product, Autodesk is recasting its major accounts program and reinforcing its ties with the channel.

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