• Westcon Group Breaks Off European Acquisition Talks

    Westcon Group has broken off acquisition negotiations with Netherlands-based Landis Group because the asking price was too high, but the networking distributor still has possible acquisition "targets on the table" in Northern Europe and the Scandic region, Westcon Group executives said.

  • ISS Boosts Channel Perks

    Internet Security Systems said it is beefing up support for its solution provider partners with new programs, revenue opportunities and improved local support.

  • BMC Enhances Patrol Software

    BMC Software this week introduced enhanced components and new capabilities for the foundation of its flagship enterprise management software, Patrol, including improved security, simplified implementation and additional platform support for both Linux and Microsoft .Net.

  • Vendors Recognized At Awards Dinner

    The atmosphere was electric as CRN's editorial team recognized vendors garnering the highest levels of channel satisfaction during its inaugural Channel Champions awards ceremony.

  • Which Brand Will Win Out?

    With the merger of Hewlett-Packard and Compaq Computer expected to proceed, a key question for the channel will be the direction of the companies' overlapping product lines. Here's a look at which vendor's products stand to prevail post-merger.

  • Gateway, Red Hat Execs Slam Microsoft Plan

    Computer makers are still intimidated by Microsoft, and the Justice Department's proposed antitrust settlement would do little to change that, two computer industry executives told a federal judge Thursday.

  • Palm CEO: Turnaround Taking Hold

    Palm Computing on Thursday reported a slight increase in revenue for its fiscal third quarter and said the company is still on track to meet its profit goals later this year.

  • After The Vote: HP/Compaq Intel-Based Server Plans

    If Hewlett-Packard shareholders approve the merger with Compaq Computer, which vendor ends up leading a combined company's post-merger Intel-based server business is somewhat of a toss-up, but market factors tend to lead to Compaq coming out on top.