• VARBusiness Interview With Sun's Top Storage Exec

    STORAGE Storage technology is experiencing a very typical evolution: those fancy features once found in high-end expensive systems are now migrating down to the mid-tier. That's why experts, such as research firm International Data Corp., are taking a hard look the maturing storage mid-market. In an interview with VARBusiness, Mark Canepa, Sun Microsystems' executive vice president of storage products, talks about this new trend and why storage is not just about selling a bunch of disk drives.

  • Canon Rolls Out New Office Imaging Product Line

    Canon USA rolled out at the AIIM conference Monday a new suite of office imaging hardware and software, including a new, network-capable printer targeted at small workgroups that use Windows- and other Microsoft-based applications.

  • Sun Eyes Midmarket

    Sun Microsystems plans to blitz solution providers at its iForce show here this week with a slew of new offerings, including two low-cost leasing options designed to lure midmarket customers, company executives said.

  • IBM Readies Midmarket Bundle

    At its developerWorks Live show here this week, IBM is expected to roll out a software and hardware bundle for the midmarket that will be sold exclusively through solution providers.

  • Oculan Puts It All-In-One

    Oculan Tuesday plans to launch a new product line for small and midsize businesses that integrates functionality currently available through the vendor's family of network management and security appliances into a single box.

  • Airespace Unveils WLAN Platform

    WLAN infrastructure vendor Airespace this week is set to introduce a new enterprise WLAN platform that the company says includes software aimed at simplifying deployment and centralizing network intelligence.

  • Lexmark Launches New Printer Lines

    Lexmark today announced a blitz of 11 new printer models that will extend the company's line of color and monochrome printers on both the high and low ends, as well as add new multifunction capabilities.

  • State CIOs Gain Clout

    GOVERNMENT It's not an easy time to be a state CIO these days. Deficits, homeland security and limited funds coming from the feds are issues of the day. This week, many of those CIOs, along with some of their IT and systems integration partners, are gathering in Pittsburgh for the spring meeting of the National Association of State CIOs (NASCIO) to share ideas with each other and the industry.