CRN Security News


  • The Blurring Effect
    One trend I believe solution providers will face in the upcoming year, especially as notebook technology advances accelerate, is the tendency for their customers&' professional and personal computing needs to blur together.
  • 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.
  • Wireless Mesh Networking Alters Urban Landscape
    The proliferation of wireless mesh networks around cities and towns offers solution providers a wide range of business-generating opportunities from installing the networks to securing the data of its users.
  • 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.
  • <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.

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