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  • Toshiba's Partner Recruitment Soars

    Battling against three weeks of product shortages and a change in its upper management ranks, Toshiba has fixed inventory issues and will further sweeten incentives for resellers, a top channel executive at the computer maker said.

  • ClearOne Max Wireless

    ClearOne Communications recently launched the Max Wireless, a wireless conferencing phone that combines wireless functionality and a wireless digital telephone.

  • Ericom Software: Legacy Integration Done Right

    PowerTerm Host Publisher, scheduled to be released next month by Ericom Software, offers excellent screen-scraping capability and an overall value that is unmatched in the EAI world. The software includes J2EE integration through a session JavaBean, Web services support and a number of connectors for relational databases.

  • Accpac Unveils New CRM Strategy

    Business application developer Accpac International is pushing hard to penetrate the front office as thoroughly as it has the back room.

  • ViewSonic's Channel Push

    Executives at ViewSonic say they expect flat-panel pricing to stabilize in the next few months as price erosion of 15- and 17-inch LCDs begins to subside.

  • IBM Gives Boost To FAStT600 Array

    IBM enhanced its midrange TotalStorage FAStT600 storage array and is offering new premium options to boost product performance, capacity and interoperability.

  • Lexmark Courts Partners in SMB Space

    Printer vendor Lexmark is set to roll out enhancements to its solution provider programs by the fourth quarter in an effort to grab sales and market share in the SMB space.

  • Tech Data: Better Times Are Ahead

    While some distributors have said they see the glimmer of an economic recovery, Tech Data has steadfastly dismissed those claims as being based on little more than scant anecdotal evidence,until now.

  • Vonage's VoIP System Goes The Distance

    The promise of low- or no-cost long-distance calling via voice-over-IP has come to fruition with the Vonage Digital Voice service, which allows businesses to replace their traditional long-distance service provider with VoIP without sacrificing an ounce of productivity.