CRN Product Reviews


  • HP DC7100 Provides Cutting-Edge Technology In A Desktop Design

    In late June, Hewlett-Packard launched a new line of business PCs, including the dc7100 HP Business Desktop . The dc7100 is based on Intel's recently released 915G chipset, which includes PCI Express X16 graphics and a DDR2 memory controller. The 915 chipset, however, retains support for DDR1 memory, which is used in the dc7100. The new PC comes in three tool-less access designs for easy upgrades or service.

  • Documentum Eases Collaboration For Project Teams

    Employee collaboration can often be challenging, especially if members of a project development team are located in different rooms, offices, branches
    or countries. Documentum's eRoom.net 7 is a collaboration suite that simplifies the process by bringing together team members, no matter how far apart they are.

  • Planar, Sony, ViewSonic Flat Panels On Display

    With hardware prices dropping, vendors must find new ways to add value to their products to remain competitive. Display vendors in particular are feeling the crunch, and many are finding innovative ways to stand out amid their competition. Numerous vendors are designing products for specific vertical markets, and solution providers selling to these markets will certainly benefit.

  • IBM Delivers Enterprise-Level Applications To Mobile Devices

    IBM's WebSphere is an important tool for developing enterprise-level applications and architectures. Deploying application functionality to mobile or sometimes-mobile devices such as PDAs, laptops and smartphones is a necessity now that many workers use these devices to stay connected. IBM's Workplace Client Technology, Micro Edition (WCTME) is a comprehensive platform used to develop and deploy enterprise-level applications to a variety of mobile client devices.

  • FatPipe's New Warp Line Welds Internet And Local Networks

    As more users leverage rich, Web-based content, enterprise networks quickly push the limits of their bandwidth. What's more, many enterprises are turning to noncentralized networking technologies to improve disaster recovery and to provide branch-office
    support. These issues translate to bandwidth bottlenecks, which can hinder the performance and decrease the effectiveness of geographically dispersed networks.

  • OrderPad 2.0 Processes Sales Reps' Soup-To-Nuts POS Data

    Mobile salespeople face a wide variety of headaches, such as difficulty processing orders and accessing up-to-date product and pricing data from company networks while in the field. New York-based ColeConnect aims to solve those problems with its OrderPad 2.0, which allows salespeople to manage every stage of the sales process directly from a Tablet PC.

  • CipherTrust's IronMail 305 Solution Stands At The Ready To Battle Spam, Provide E-Mail Security

    Solution providers looking for a device that can combat spam, provide e-mail security and allow for granular customization within a company's infrastructure need look no further than CipherTrust's IronMail 305 security solution. The appliance is an e-mail security gateway with strong antivirus filters and security policy features that can protect even large e-mail systems, and it gives administrators control over all details of the gateway.

  • Windows XP Service Pack 2: Install With Care

    In a review of release candidate two of Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2, CRN Test Center engineers found that the real suprise isn't potential compatibility issues, but the mayhem that can occur when SP2 is downloaded onto a system.

  • Melange Of Feature-Rich Printers Fit any Solution

    With dropping prices, solution providers can often sell multiple printers to customers that, in the past, might only have bought a single unit. Test Center engineers reviewed three multifunction printers from Hewlett-Packard, Xerox and IBM, and an HP color laser printer.

  • More Channel Profits From Telco's wIPphone

    Less than five years ago, solution providers would have been hard-pressed to make a profit selling telephony products. However, the emergence of VoIP technology is offering solution providers newfound opportunities for technology assessments, hardware and software sales, installation, support, training and add-on services. These opportunities extend to businesses of all sizes, from SOHOs and SMBs to larger enterprises

  • MKS Makes Unix Migration An Easy Task

    With the introduction of PC-based operating systems in the mid-1980s, Unix developers needed a way to port Unix utilities and emulated shells into DOS, and later, Microsoft Windows environments. The MKS Toolkit was developed to handle that task, and the utility has been invaluable ever since, giving developers the ability to run powerful Unix tools in any native Windows environment.

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