• AMD: XP Delay No Big Problem

    Advanced Micro Devices 64-bit microprocessor strategy of delivering backward-compatibility for 32-bit software applications seems to be working as evidenced in its soaring processor sales, announced Thursday along with its third quarter financials. The firm's processor unit logged sales that soared 91 percent and the company trimmed its loss considerably.

  • Addressing Exchange Backup Woes

    Customers and solution providers looking to simplify the storage and management of Microsoft Exchange now can choose among offerings from three more vendors.

  • Eset Offers Well-Balanced Virus Protection Software

    As events this summer proved, computer viruses can have crippling effects on corporate networks: Since they are often discovered only after they have spread throughout an organization, the end result is usually hours of upgrading and delousing the infected systems. One worthwhile, feature-rich virus-detection software that solution providers should consider to avoid such a scenario is Eset Software's NOD32 version 2.0.

  • Wireless Creativity Can Pay Off

    Even though it's still a fragmented market, IBM Global Services takes wireless business applications seriously enough to dedicate a separate business unit to them.

  • IBM Toughens Up Thinkpad Notebooks

    IBM has unveiled two ThinkPads with Active Protection System technology, which locks up and protects the hard drive when it senses that the device is falling, the company said.

  • Techselect Members Lead The Pack

    TechSelect members' revenue is growing at a faster rate than revenue from the rest of Tech Data's solution providers, according to the Clearwater, Fla.-based distributor.

  • VoIP Solutions: A Boon To Small Businesses

    Many small businesses consider their monthly phone bills a necessary and often uncontrollable cost. Voice-over-IP technology can help tame those monthly costs, however, and a number of fledgling broadband VoIP phone service providers offer telephone service for a fraction of the cost of traditional telcos.