• HP Reconsiders Its Warranty Services Plan

    Hewlett-Packard said last week that it is re-evaluating its consumer warranty services strategy and may reinstate some Consumer Authorized Support Providers that were deauthorized by the vendor.

  • MicroWorld's eScan: One-Stop Virus Shop

    Solution providers seem to be fighting a never-ending battle against viruses, spam and a score of other productivity killers. Numerous tools have evolved over time to assist in those battles, but most have proven to be unwieldy and complex. MicroWorld Technologies strives to be the cavalry that saves the day with eScan 2003, a comprehensive antivirus, antispam and content-control solution.

  • Motherboards In Spotlight At Show

    The majority of the world's largest motherboard manufacturers are based in Taiwan, and many of them are expected to unveil their latest offerings at Computex Taipei 2003, which opens on Sept. 22.

  • 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.