• VARs Must Weigh Implications Of Data Forensics

    Solution providers often have the background and intellectual capital necessary to enter the highly profitable data forensics and intrusion management markets, which are proving to be essential services for many businesses. But, beyond technical knowledge, the CRN Test Center notes that there are several challenges and specific steps to becoming effective in the investigative realm of data protection.

  • Much Ado About Web Services

    A new Web services framework published recently by Sun Microsystems and Oracle has further confused efforts to create standards for complex Web services transactions, solution providers said.

  • AMD Takes Wraps Off Logo Campaign

    With little more than a month to go until the scheduled launch of its 64-bit desktop processor, Advanced Micro Devices is rolling out a new logo program that will enable third parties to indicate compatibility with its new processors.

  • New-And-Improved Tablet PCs Generate Buzz In The Market

    Significant improvements in the most recent Tablet PCs, including increased mobility, lighter weight, longer battery life and improved screens, are pushing the devices into new markets and opening additional opportunities for solution providers, according to the CRN Test Center.

  • Lexmark, Xerox Gear Up For Battle

    The battle for the channel by multifunction product makers has begun, with Xerox moving toward its commitment to ship its products through the channel this fall and rival Lexmark launching its own new all-in-one device.

  • Ocean Sponge May Be Best For Fiber Optics

    Scientists say they have identified an ocean sponge living in the darkness of the deep sea that grows thin glass fibers capable of transmitting light at least as well as industrial fiber optic cables used for telecommunication.

  • Microsoft Warns Of Multiple Critical Vulnerabilities

    Microsoft has released a patch for multiple vulnerabilities in its Internet Explorer Web browser -- among them two it rated as 'critical' -- adding to the summer's frenzy of fixing flaws in its operating system and applications.

  • Intel Raises 3Q Estimates

    Chip giant Intel has raised its revenue and profit margin estimates for the current quarter, saying its Intel Architecture business was "generally trending higher across all geographies and channels."