CRN Product Reviews


  • 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.

  • Intel Motherboards Meet Latest Chipsets

    Intel's latest motherboard overhaul is based on the new 925x and 915x series chipsets. The new chipset designs incorporate PCI-Express, DDR2RAM and Matrix RAID technology, in an attempt to gain competitive ground on AMD and its line of 64 FX CPUs.

  • IOMega Super DVD Writer

    IOMega is a well-known name in removable storage, and the company extends that expertise to DVD/CDR media with the Super DVD Writer. The device is an external, USB 2.0-based multi-format optical drive.

  • 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

  • OctiV Clear Call

    Clear Call Enhances Conference Call Clarity And Normalizes Volume

  • Asus Server: Customization A Snap

    Entry-level servers are becoming more and more common, as they now cost less than basic desktop systems from not too long ago. Although some solution providers prefer selling complete servers that provide out-of-the-box functionality and performance, many companies want more control over what goes into the servers they sell and opt to build their own.

  • Embarcadero Does It Better

    Businesses that need to design, create and maintain database applications are faced with an onslaught of unstructured data formats and complex data relationships. Data architects, developers and administrators need an easy way to understand the state of an enterprise's data, and a model-driven solution is often the answer.

  • DTI Data, Stellar Excel In Data Recovery

    Being able to recover lost data is crucial for businesses of any size. The average end user may believe that data recovery is easy and uncomplicated, but in reality it's time-consuming and very difficult to achieve. If not performed precisely and in a timely fashion, the results could make a bad situation even worse.

  • BizTalk Server 2004 Is Well-Architected For The Enterprise

    When Microsoft announced it would launch BizTalk Server 2004, the company promised to add more development capabilities and enhanced management tools to its business process management server. CRN Test Center engineers reviewed the latest BizTalk upgrade and found numerous advantages over its predecessor, BizTalk Server 2002.

  • IronPort Solution Protects Larger E-mail Loads

    E-mail remains one of the largest vulnerabilities of any enterprise network, with viruses, worms, spam and other threats constantly filling e-mail inboxes. There are nearly as many technologies to combat these problems as there are ways for virus writers to get around them, but IronPort Systems' e-mail security appliances may be the answer.

  • Zyxel Curbs Bandwith Woes

    The explosion of multimedia applications, video and digital convergence is demanding more and more bandwidth from network infrastructures. Incorporating Gigabit Ethernet into a network of desktop PCs is a proven solution to bandwidth problems, but it is so costly that most small companies cannot afford it.

  • The CRN Test Center Ultimate PC

    est center has built an "Ultimate PC" from the best components flowing through the channel. For the first time, this year's system included 7.1 surround sound, a 64-bit processor, a 250-Gigabyte serial ATA drive, a Bluetooth keyboard/mouse combo, a floppy drive with a built-in memory reader and a case with a temperature readout.

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