News


  • SBI Launches New Business Process Optimization Unit

    Solution provider SBI and Company moved into the business process optimization space with an announcement this week that it is creating a new entity to deliver software and services to help clients get more value from existing enterprise systems.

  • Clusters' Last Stand

    If you thought clustering was dead, think again: Last year's worldwide software revenue for clustering was roughly $700 million, according to IDC figures,and any market that big is not exactly dead.

  • Xerox Power Play

    Xerox's newest, fastest monochrome laser printer,the Phaser 4400,has the price, feature set, size and blazing speed that make it perfect for the SMB market, the CRN Test Center found.

  • iSCSI Inches Toward Ratification

    The iSCSI protocol--touted as the force that will make network storage easier--is just a couple of steps closer to ratification, according to the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA), a standards consortium.

  • Stock Prices Rebound For VAR500

    While the stock market made a frustratingly slow move Wednesday in its efforts to rebound from Tuesday's steep decline, the industry's largest solution providers found themselves among those companies that were advancing -- albeit only slightly.

  • More WorldCom Charges Are Possible

    Assistant U.S. Attorney David Anders told U.S. District Court Judge Barbara Jones that he intends to file a superseding indictment in the case that has already branded five WorldCom executives as co-conspirators in the largest accounting scandal in U.S. history.

  • Mike Grainger, Ingram Micro

    Ingram Micro worldwide president and COO Mike Grainger recently sat down with CRN senior WRITER and online executive producer Jeff O'Heir to discuss Dell's latest channel foray, Hewlett-Packard's restructuring plans and the role of distribution. The following are excerpts from that interview.

  • IBM Makes Another Acquisition for Tivoli

    IBM Software Group made its second acquisition in less than a week on behalf of its Tivoli brand, this time acquiring Access360, a private company specializing in identity management software.

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