• Microsoft Windows Server 2003: Experts Advise Caution

    IT departments in Windows shops will soon face the huge task of evaluating Windows Server 2003, Microsoft's newest server platform. Its long-awaited release next week will force companies to tackle some tough decisions -- the largest of which is whether to migrate now or hold tight.

  • EDS To Delay 1Q Earnings Report

    EDS has pushed back its first-quarter earnings report to May 7 from April 23, saying its new management team needs more time to review financial materials.

  • <I>CRN</I> Interview: Jack Messman and Chris Stone, Novell

    CRN Senior Writer Paula Rooney met separately last week at Novell'S BrainShare 2003 Conference with Jack Messman, Novell chairman and CEO, and Chris Stone, vice chairman, Office of the CEO. Messman commented on the company's channel strategy, while Stone addressed Novell's challenges. Following are excerpts.

  • Canterwood Delivers Speed

    Intel's latest processor/motherboard architecture will deliver sound return on investment to desktop systems by eliminating key performance bottlenecks and at least doubling network speed, according to performance evaluations by the CRN Test Center.

  • AMD Rekindles Intel Rivalry

    After years of development and delays, Advanced Micro Devices is slated this week to take the wraps off Opteron, its 64-bit processor for servers.

  • VARs Mulling Notebook Foray

    Solution providers are debating whether it's worth their while to take the plunge and start building white-box notebooks. The issue comes to the fore as Intel begins pushing its new Centrino mobile technology.

  • Novell Boosts Linux Commitment

    Novell underscored Linux's runaway success last week, unveiling plans to move its full line of NetWare services to the Linux kernel over the next 18 months.

  • EADS Telecom Creates Channel Program

    EADS Telecom North America recently entered the channel with a partner program to support the launch of its new converged telephony platform for small and midsize companies.