CRN Storage News


  • Dell Predicts Weak Government Revenues
    In an investor conference call Thursday, Dell CEO Kevin Rollins pointed a finger at the “soft” public sector in forecasted third quarter revenue coming in below expectation. Some solution providers wonder if the conservative numbers are actually the direct result of a go-to market strategy that runs counter to the government&'s latest approach to buying.
  • Overland Storage Hires New Channel Chief
    George Karabatsos, formerly the vice president of reseller channel sales and marketing of StorageTek, joined San Diego-based Overland on Monday, said Christopher Calisi, president and CEO of Overland.
  • Briefs: August 8, 2005
    Access Distribution has beefed up its IT and marketing services initiatives to solution providers. The Westminster, Colo., distributor renamed its services group IT Service Solutions and added more services representatives and signed DecisionOne as a services partner in its OneTech program to provide support on the IBM and Hewlett-Packard platforms, said CEO Anna McDermott at the distributor&'s New Frontiers Conference in Keystone, Colo., last week.
  • Overland Plans Primary Storage Acquisition
    Overland Storage plans to acquire a primary storage vendor, a move that would make the tape- and disk-based backup appliance manufacturer more dependent on the channel, said President and CEO Christopher Calisi.
  • EMC Gives Clariion A Refresh
    EMC upgraded its midrange line so that the systems maintain their reliability as they scale up, and it added four new disk libraries for Clariion backup.
  • IBM Previews DB2 Running On Storage Array
    As a statement of a future product direction, IBM Tuesday previewed an implementation of its DB2 database running on a storage array rather than a separate server.
  • EMC To Woo HP Accounts
    EMC has spotted opportunity in Hewlett-Packard&'s efforts to migrate customers off HP&'s OpenView SAM storage management software. To make the most of that potential, EMC has quietly introduced a twist to its Velocity channel program: offering solution providers special incentives to sell its storage management applications to HP customers.
  • Doctor Recommended, CIO Approved
    Hospitals are getting smarter, and it has nothing to do with health-care workers earning more advanced degrees or administrators employing people with higher IQs. The latest digital technologies and wireless capabilities are making it easier for hospitals to deliver vital information reliably and continuously to the people who need it so they can provide the best care for their patients.
  • ShadowRAM: July 25, 2005
    Nth Generation CEO Rich Baldwin sure knows how to have a partner “do.” For his event last week in Anaheim, Calif., the HP storage VAR got nearly 100 percent return on attendee surveys by making a completed survey the ticket to a free lunch; a second one qualified the attendee for an iPod raffle.

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