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  • Adobe Acrobat Now On The Server

    First, Adobe Systems tried to get more companies to install Acrobat, its PDF creation software, on desktops. Then, earlier this year, it introduced a scaled-down version of Acrobat, called Elements, to make desktop rollouts attractive to enterprises.

  • Gateway's Attal On Rebuilding Channel Trust

    CRN's deputy news editor Jeff O'Heir recently sat down with Jocelyne Attal, the former vice president of IBM's on-demand operating environment who joined Gateway in September as its new executive vice president of sales and marketing. Attal discusses Gateway's new partnership with solution providers, how the company is rebuilding trust within the channel and the different opportunities it sees for its partners in small and medium businesses and the digital home market.

  • <I>CRN</I> Interview: SAP's Claus Heinrich

    Claus Heinrich, a member of the executive board of ERP software giant SAP AG, spoke with CRN Editor/News Steven Burke about Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology and SAP's partner strategy at the Forrester Research Executive Forum.

  • Tablet PCs Tough It Out

    On the first anniversary of the release of the Windows XP Tablet PC operating system, the question remains whether Microsoft's latest pen-computing platform can succeed where others before have failed.

  • Legra Looks To Grow Channel

    Fledgling WLAN switching vendor Legra Systems is working to grow its channel-only sales model following the recent release of its new WLAN switching enterprise product suite.

  • Gateway Forges New Ties With Channel

    As Gateway works to reconnect with the channel, solution providers in the commercial and home markets can expect a raft of new products and services from the company in the coming months.

  • Nokia, nCircle Team Up

    Nokia this month inducted vulnerability assessment vendor nCircle into its Security Developer Alliance (SDA) program.

  • Equalizer Balances Web Site Traffic

    Administrators of high-traffic Web sites have the unenviable job of having to balance server capability to handle the fluctuating demand of incoming requests. Web sites that can handle average loads sometimes will crumble when too many users access the site. Things really get problematic when a site receives more requests than its server can handle.