CRN Security News


  • SMB Briefs: November 21, 2005
    Trend Micro is aiming to simplify security for small businesses with the kickoff this month of its “Worry-Free Security” initiative.
  • Special Report: SSB Contents
    This month's issue looks at the burgeoning small-bsuiness server market, some alternative technologies for solution providers eyeing the space, and other news and perspectives.
  • Vendor's pledge to partners: speedier rebate process, improved training, shorter sales cycles


    New Day At CA
    A last week gave a clear message to the channel: We have changed.
  • VARs Answer The Call For Security In The Midmarket
    Keeping sensitive information on the inside and malicious hackers on the outside has become a growing concern for midmarket companies, presenting VARs in the security business with a wide range of new opportunities.
  • New integration hardware offer foundation for simpler solutions


    Cisco's Wireless World
    Cisco Systems showed its wireless hand last week, introducing hardware that integrates wireless functionality into its routers and switches and taking the wraps off its first mesh networking equipment.
  • Agreement signed for acquistion


    Enterasys Plans To Go Private
    Solution providers said the planned acquisition of Enterasys Networks by a private investment group should boost customer confidence in the company&'s financial health.
  • 3Com Announces TippingPoint Security Platform
    Betting that intrusion prevention will be the nexus around which security technologies evolve, this week 3Com will unveil the TippingPoint X505, an integrated security platform built on Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) technology.
  • Panel: Services Key To Channel Growth
    Vendors need to do more to bring services to the channel, while solution providers need to make sure they can take those services to their customers.
  • Will rebrand Teros' offering as the Citrix NetScaler Application Firewall


    Citrix Acquires Web Application Firewall ISV Teros
    Citrix acquires privately held Teros to offer a Web application firewall for business applications, Internet applications and XML Web services.
  • Tired of letting the big guns get the best component prices? With careful shopping on this auction site, you can find PC components for rock-bottom prices. Here's how


    eBay for System Builders, Part 2
    Tired of letting the big guns get the best component prices? With careful shopping on this auction site, you can find PC components for rock-bottom prices. Here's how...
  • Briefs: November 14, 2005
    Hewlett-Packard is altering its enterprise Big Deal pricing effective Jan. 3 to reward partners on profitability rather than a fixed percentage of the product&'s list price. It will also institute a minimum deal threshold of $50,000 to qualify.
  • BorderWare Update Focuses On Compliance
    BorderWare this week is set to launch an update to its e-mail security product that partners said will help catapult them into higher-end, strategic sales opportunities around regulatory compliance.
  • TippingPoint Device Has Broad Appeal
    TippingPoint is poised to step outside its high-end intrusion-prevention niche into the broader security market with a new multifunction device that marks the vendor&'s entry into the growing unified threat management space.
  • Software works with Enterprise SmartDefense Service to protect against spyware


    Check Point Adds Integrated Antispyware To Integrity 6.5
    Check Point Software Technologies has ratcheted up endpoint security for the enterprise—adding integrated antispyware, secure automatic downloads, instant message (IM) safeguarding and support for the SUSE Novell Linux Desktop to its Integrity software.

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