News


  • SMB Outlook Still Bright

    The SMB market remains a bright spot in the midst of the current IT spending slump, according to industry executives and solution providers.

  • Massachusetts Attorney General Appeals Microsoft Decision

    Proclaiming that consumers see the "continuing effects of Microsoft's monopoly every day in high prices,lack of choices and lessened innovation," Massachusetts Attorney General Tom Reilly Friday appealed a federal court decision that effectively upheld an antitrust consent decree hammered out by Microsoft and the U.S. Department of Justice.

  • EDS Will Emphasize Smaller Deals

    EDS, stung by a cash flow drain and failed bids on two huge contracts, says it will focus more on smaller deals that have a quick payoff.

  • Level 3 To Buy Bankrupt Genuity

    Embattled Internet backbone firm Genuity finally gave up the ghost Wednesday, saying it filed for bankruptcy protection and agreed to sell most of its assets to rival Level 3 Communications.

  • Judge OKs SEC, WorldCom Settlement

    A federal judge approved a partial settlement between WorldCom and federal regulators Tuesday that calls for an unspecified fine and continued government oversight of the telecommunications company.

  • Computer Pioneer Alan Kay Joins HP Labs

    Computing pioneer Alan Kay, who was instrumental in the development of modern programming languages and graphics-based computer interfaces, has joined Hewlett-Packard Co. as a senior fellow at HP Labs.

  • HP, Microsft Team Up

    Hewlett-Packard has teamed up with Microsoft in a partnership to bring more collaborative and communications functionality to desktop systems in 2004.

  • <I>CRN</I> Interview: David Nagel, PalmSource

    David Nagel, president and CEO of PalmSource, a Palm subsidiary, was at Comdex showing off the latest Palm OS licensee, a PDA watch from Fossil. The PalmSource WIN might be consumer-oriented, but Nagel said PalmSource isn't overlooking the needs of the enterprise. He recently sat down with CRN Senior Writer Kristen Kenedy to talk about security, Web services, Dell Computer and other issues.

  • Hard Facts: December 2, 2002

    Small businesses have been the stalwarts of IT spending in the past year, and this trend shows little sign of changing. The October CRN Business Spending Survey shows the level of priority that small businesses attach to IT spending is increasing in many product categories.

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