CRN Security News


  • Multimedia Made Easy With Roxio's Latest
    There is a world of difference between Roxio Easy Media Creator 7.5 and 8. The newest Creator, version 8, packs many great new features that even surpass powerhouse Nero.
  • Keeping Apple's Shine
    Conventional wisdom suggests I should have waited. But I am one of those supposedly misguided souls who purchased a Macintosh system late last year, mere weeks before Apple &'fessed up to being ready with its first Intel-based models—about a half-year earlier than originally anticipated.
  • Hasta La Vista?
    With Microsoft Windows Vista due later this year, now is the time to think about what operating system you will deploy.
  • Family Feud
    Mark Diamond is suing SED, the distributor co-founded by his parents and the only employer he has known. He is without a job, steeped in legal bills and hasn&'t spoken to several members of his family. He wants to put the conflict behind him and preserve his father&'s legacy, but he feels SED has left him no recourse but the court system.
  • Juniper Shakes Up Management
    Juniper Networks Tuesday disclosed an executive shakeup that includes the departure of three top executives and the naming of several Juniper insiders as well as a recruit from rival Cisco Systems to replace them.
  • McAfee President Steps Down
    Antivirus software vendor McAfee announced that president Gene Hodges has resigned, effective immediately, to become president and CEO of Websense, a maker of Web filtering and desktop security software.
  • Linksys Adds PoE To New APs
    Linksys is targeting the SMB market with two new access points—one designed for indoor and the other for outdoor use—that leverage the cost and security benefits of Power-over-Ethernet.
  • Think Warm And Fuzzy
    Mere days into the new year, and already security integrators must be beside themselves figuring out how to prioritize.
  • Role of storage devices also undergoing dramatic shift


    Convergence, Portability Dominate CES Messages
    With apparent and sudden urgency, IT vendors and channel companies began slashing through a jungle of new technology in high-definition video, EV-DO wireless connectivity and convergence at the industry&'s largest trade show last week—as lines further blurred between consumer and commercial networks.
  • Will solution providers be cut out of the equation or find greater margin opportunities?


    Software As A Service: Nightmare Or Dream Margins?
    The software-as-a-service model may be leading to some restless nights in solution provider land. With visions of onetine referral fees and nothing else, how can solution providers hope to survive? But some forward-thinking SaaS vendors say it's time to rest easy: they're cutting partners in on up-front sales and on recurring subscription-type revenue.
  • Solution provider quells midmarket companies' security fears and limits with its service offering


    IT Gets Dressed Up
    When its network threatened to become as chaotic as backstage at Fashion Week, women&'s apparel maker Bernard Chaus turned to solution provider CGAtlantic to help keep its information organized and secure without breaking its budget.
  • Symantec Buying Into IM Security
    Symantec is buying its way into the instant messaging security space. The Cupertino, Calif., security giant plans to acquire IMlogic, which provides security and access controls for instant messaging clients from America Online, Microsoft and Yahoo!

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