• PcAnywhere Evolves

    Symantec's pcAnywhere product name has become synonymous with remote control. And with the release of pcAnywhere version 11, the software vendor aims to keep pcAnywhere the key player in the remote-control arena.

  • Torvalds Joins OSDL

    The appointment of Linus Torvalds to the Open Source Development Lab is viewed as a big win for the business adoption and legal protection of Linux,even if he is mainly staying close to his developer roots, channel partners say.

  • <I>CRN</I> Interview: Doug Erwin, RLX Technologies

    RLX Technologies became an early Blade Server specialist by using low-power Transmeta processors. The company, however, has seen its market leadership overtaken by standard server vendors even as it has moved to embrace the Intel platform. Doug Erwin, who took over as president, CEO and chairman OF RLX last month, talked about his company's prospects with CRN Senior Editor Joseph F. Kovar.

  • MobileAccess Mantra: 'Wire It Once'

    Aventure-funded Virginia company hopes to capitalize on the proliferation of wireless technologies with a "wire it once" solution for enterprise customers.

  • <I>CRN</I> Interview: Craig Conway, Peoplesoft

    PeopleSoft CEO Craig Conway says Oracle's bid for his company has been rejected, but Oracle CEO Larry Ellison says he'll keep fighting to acquire PeopleSoft. Now J.D. Edwards has filed two lawsuits against Oracle. Conway sat down with CRN Washington Bureau Chief Amy Rogers Nazarov and explained how channel partners and customers will benefit IF PeopleSoft's acquisition of J.D. Edwards goES through. Here are some excerpts:

  • Wireless Java In Spotlight

    Software vendors highlighted wireless Java at the recent JavaOne show here, with Sun Microsystems and IBM making significant announcements to help developers build wireless applications using Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME).