• SiegeWorks Solution Secures Web Applications

    Network assessments have long been a bread-and-butter service for security solution providers, but now another service,Web application assessment,is becoming a big business for some security integrators as well.

  • IBM Ponies Up $100,000 In Training

    Ingram Micro's VentureTech Network (VTN) members received $100,000 in free training on IBM's new ThinkVantage technologies, a series of management solutions designed to improve the total cost of ownership (TCO) of IBM's PCs and laptops.

  • Protecting the Children

    LOCAL GOVERNMENT While its benefits are renowned, the Internet can also be used for criminal purposes. Stories about the Internet being used as a tool to exploit children are all too commonplace. In fact, the number of individuals using the resources of the Internet to prey on children is growing, according to Captain Rick Wiita of the Bedford County Sheriff's office in Virginia. But what's comforting to know is that the same technology is also playing a big part in an effort to crack down on child predators.

  • Xerox Zeroes In On SMBs With 21 New Offerings

    Looking to beat back its reputation for superior technology priced prohibitively high, Xerox on Wednesday launched a sweeping office-products assault that company officials contend will strengthen its bid for corporate customers of any means.

  • HP Consolidates ESG Hardware Units

    Hewlett-Packard is combining its enterprise server and storage units into a single entity as part of a broad reorganization of the company's Enterprise Systems Group (ESG).

  • CRN Interview: CompuCom's Ed Coleman

    CompuCom Systems' defiant turnaround, which has seen it sharply reduce its dependence on product revenue, continues to make progress, as evidenced by the Dallas-based national systems integrator's first-quarter results, released April 28. For the quarter, the company's net income was $3.35 million on revenue of $330.3 million. CRN Editor Heather Clancy spoke with CompuCom Chairman, President and CEO Ed Coleman shortly after the results were posted.

  • Ingram Micro Sales Drop, Earnings Increase

    DISTRIBUTIONIngram Micro, Santa Ana, Calif., saw its revenue decline yet again, but the world's largest IT distributor kept losses at bay and posted a $10.1 million profit in the first quarter ended March 29.

  • Feds Aim To Modernize Services Acquisitions

    As the federal government increasingly turns to the private sector to provide IT services, pressure is mounting to modernize the way it acquires these services. Proposed legislation, known as the Services Acquisition Reform Act (Sara), received qualified praise at a House Government Reform Committee hearing on Wednesday.