• CRN Interview: Chris Stone, Novell

    Chris Stone, vice chairman, Office of the CEO at Novell, sat down with CRN Senior Writer Paula Rooney at BrainShare 2003 to talk about happenings at the company.

  • Hiring Of Hackers Draws Heated Debate

    The question of whether companies should hire hackers as IT security consultants fueled a heated debate Tuesday here at the RSA Conference, particularly with convicted-computer-criminal-turned-security-consultant Kevin Mitnick as a participant.

  • Analysts Tout On-Demand IT Services

    Though still a fledgling concept, the utility-based computing model is starting to draw a growing contingent of followers, according to industry analysts at the IT Infrastructure And Managed Services conference here.

  • CDW Beats 1Q Expectations

    CDW Computer Centers beat Wall Street expectations by 1 cent in the first quarter ended March 31, while revenue in the public sector offset a small decline in sales to corporate customers.

  • Intel President: Channel Sales Strong In 1Q

    Intel saw strong performance of its processor sales through the channel during the first quarter, as the company scored its second straight quarter of sales at the high end of seasonal patterns, executives said.

  • Microsoft Posts Slight 3Q Increase

    Microsoft reported a 2 percent increase in profit for its third quarter on Tuesday, beating analysts' expectations, but cautioned that it does not see a recovery in technology spending anytime soon.

  • Intel Beats Street Expectations

    Chip maker Intel beat earnings expectations for its first fiscal quarter, turning in a profit of 14 cents per share against the consensus expectation of 12 cents per share.

  • Analysts Highlight Security Trends At RSA Conference

    A group of four industry analysts gathered on Monday to discuss the primary security trends over the next several quarters. The meeting was part of RSA's press luncheon, and it provided an overview of the latest hot areas in the security sector.

  • IBM Announces First Quarter Results

    Buoyed by sales of $20.1 billion and $2 billion in profit, IBM brushed off its one-cent miss of Wall Street's estimates for earnings per share and touted its first quarter results a strong start that puts it on track for 2003.