CRN Security News


  • CRN Test Center picks five hot products for five hot small-business topics


    These Products, Services Look Like Winners In 2006
    In the coming year, solution providers will have a mounting number of vendor offerings to choose from in network-attached storage and all-in-one security appliances, mobile and wireless technologies and hosted VoIP and managed service offerings.
  • SMB News Briefs: December 19, 2005
    Mirapoint&'s M50 Message Server, which recently began shipping, combines basic e-mail and calendaring with antivirus and antispam protection.
  • Partners cite palatable improvement under former Citrix channel chief Ross Brown


    New eEye Exec Changes Its Channel
    Only three months into his new job, former Citrix Systems channel chief Ross Brown is making a positive impression on partners of eEye Digital Security.
  • Briefs: December 19, 2005
    Oracle met analyst expectations in its second fiscal quarter ended Nov. 30, a performance that apparently was not enough to satisfy investors who have been expecting bigger things since the business software maker launched a nearly $20 billion shopping spree a year ago.
  • Where will small business spend their growing IT budgets in the coming year? CRN editors pick five hot topics for 2006 that are top of mind for many solution providers


    5 Hot Topics
    Heading into the new year, small-business optimism is on the rise, as is the outlook for IT spending.
  • Drumroll, please: the CRN Test Center honors those products that set the bar for excellence in 2005


    Innovation Was Alive And Well, But What Will The New Year Bring?
    With the close of 2005, the CRN Test Center once again set out to identify the top technologies for our Product of the Year awards. Test Center engineers evaluated several hundred products throughout 2005, which made the process of selecting the winners a complicated endeavor.
  • How to detect malware's ultimate bodyguard


    Rooting Out Rootkits
    One critical aspect of systems building is staying on top of security threats. Another is having the best detection tools available to keep those threats at bay.
  • Security Solutions On the Rise
    The market for business e-mail security solutions is expected to grow from $1.9 billion in 2005 to $2.9 billion by 2010, according to a report from Ferris Research, which also reveals e-mail security revenue is on the rise by almost 25 percent per year.
  • Avaya Extends VPN, Video Features To VoIP
    Avaya Tuesday at Interop-New York targeted remote and mobile workers with new built-in VPN capabilities for its IP phones and expanded a partnership with Polycom to further integrate VoIP with videoconferencing.

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