News


  • Greenwich Server Gets Pushed Back

    Microsoft took a good first step by moving its Real-Time Communications (RTC) server into beta testing last month, but the release date is being delayed until at least October, channel sources said.

  • HP Services Gets The Edge On IGS In The Channel

    Hewlett-Packard Services' strategy to forge new partnerships with solution providers is gaining momentum in the channel and keeping the division a step ahead of industry leader IBM Global Services (IGS), solution providers say.

  • CompTIA Touts New Security Certification

    Gerard Kane, director of Guarded Networks, a solution provider focused on security, is touting the value of CompTIA's new vendor-neutral security certification program and working to roll it into his company's security training program.

  • Autodesk Boosts Channel Support

    Armed with a new release of its flagship AutoCAD product, Autodesk is recasting its major accounts program and reinforcing its ties with the channel.

  • Sitepak Eyes SMB VARs

    Sitepak this week plans to unveil its new automated provisioning, management and support platform for resellers, telcos and ISPs.

  • SARS Impacts IT Chain

    Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) has quickly spread from its first-known instance in south China late last year to become a major global health concern. Now SARS' potential to disrupt production and reduce business travel is changing the way many IT companies manage their supply chain.

  • Namo Offer Rich Features At Lower Cost

    The new Namo Interactive WebEditor 5.5's low price and feature-rich editing environment outperforms many more expensive editors including Microsoft FrontPage and Adobe GoLive. Overall, its extensive support for server-side scripts and database connectivity surpasses Microsoft's FrontPage 2002 and most other HTML editors in the market. For database development, solution providers will find this tool surprisingly more capable than Macromedia Dreamweaver and NetObjects Fusion.

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