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  • DEMAND GENERATOR: Arlin Sorensen, Heartland Technology Solutions
    Heartland Technology Solutions turned a network infrastructure upgrade into an opportunity to create a state-of-the art technology experience for the Tri-Center Community School District in western Iowa. That experience includes Internet telephony, Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server and an IP surveillance system.
  • Hackers Hitting Popular Apps
    Cybercriminals have shifted targets. Until recently, hackers went after operating systems and Internet services like Web servers and E-mail servers. In 2005, they took aim at software applications and set Internet security back six years.
  • Security Exec Leaves Microsoft
    Gordon Mangione, a 14-year Microsoft veteran who was most recently corporate vice president in the company's Security Products Group, has left the company.
  • 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.
  • <I>CRN</I> Interview: Vyomesh Joshi, HP
    At Hewlett-Packard&'s ImagePrint 2005 event held this month in Orlando, Fla., Vyomesh Joshi sat down with CRN&'s Edward F. Moltzen to discuss HP&'s channel strategy in the imaging and printing space.
  • A storage appliance can supply he basics without the headaches and expense of a traditional server.


    Another Option: Server Appliances
    Some small businesses find the management overhead associated with a traditional server beyond their grasp. That's when solution providers should consider an appliance such as Anthology Solutions&' Yellow Machine.
  • 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.

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