Why Are Small Federal VARs Up In Arms?

Here are 10 things to know about a possible rule change that could cause some federal VARs to lose their small-business designation and what they’re doing to get their voices heard.

Five Companies That Had A Rough Week

For the week ending Oct. 31, CRN looks at IT companies that were unfortunate, unsuccessful or just didn't make good decisions.

IDC: Top 5 Best-Selling Tablet Brands In Q3

The worldwide tablet market increased again in the third quarter, according to data from research firm IDC. Here are the top five tablet brands in that time period.

Ready To Rumble: Amazon Still Dominates Public Cloud, But Microsoft Gains Speed

A Synergy Research survey compared Q3 market share and growth of the six largest public cloud providers. Here's how they stacked up.

IDC: Top Five Best-Selling Smartphone Brands Of Q3

The worldwide smartphone market increased by 25.2 percent in the third quarter, according to a report from IDC. Here are the top five best-selling smartphone brands of the quarter.

25 Head-Turning Cloud Solutions

The cloud continues to be a critical part of today's business strategies. Here are 25 hot cloud solutions released in the past year that offer new opportunities for cloud-solution and managed service providers.

10 Cool Cases For Your Favorite Tablets

With the release of many big-name tablets in the past few months, everyone wants to make sure their new device is well-protected. Here are 10 cool cases available right now.

Survey: Global Business Execs Fear Cloud Delays

A recent survey by London-based cloud service provider Canopy reveals executives' fears about losing money and missing opportunites in the rapidly changing cloud landscape.

10 Technologies That Should Creep You Out

CRN rounds up apps, chips and other technologies either in development or out on the market that border on the frightening, or just plain weird.

12 Key Take-Aways From Microsoft's 1Q Results

Microsoft is in transition and its first-quarter financial report offers some insights into where the company, and the markets in which it competes, are going.

10 Ways The Tech World Is Fighting Ebola

The tech world has come together to fight the spread of Ebola with cash, cloud computing resources and websites.

HP's Sprout: The Soul Of A New Immersive Computing Machine

More than four years in development, HP unleashes its once-ultra-secret Sprout that lets users create everything from artwork to new product designs in a compelling 3-D workspace.

15 Tech Companies That Spent The Most On Lobbying This Quarter

Tech companies have spent millions in Washington D.C. this quarter. Take a look at the 15 tech companies that spent the most to gain some political clout.

10 Reasons Why IBM Watson Matters To The Channel

The company's Watson Group officially made a splash in the cognitive computing space when it opened the doors to its new headquarters this month. How far can the technology's reach go?

Solution Providers Prepare For Workforce, Technologies Of Tomorrow

Channel partners discussed how to adopt new technologies and best practices for compensation, and motivating young workers, during a panel at Tech Data's TechSelect partner conference.

CRN Exclusive: CEO Meg Whitman On Everything You Need To Know About HP's Split

Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman earlier this month sat down for an exclusive interview with CRN, where she discussed HP's plans to split into two companies, what drove the decision and why she thinks HP partners will come out the better for it.

5 Companies That Had A Rough Week

For the week ending Oct. 24, CRN looks at IT companies that were unfortunate, unsuccessful or just didn't make good decisions.

9 Technologies Shaping The PC Of Tomorrow

The PC of the future will be here before you know it. Say hello to a super-high-definition world of computing, among other bleeding-edge transformative technologies.

5 Companies That Came To Win This Week

For the week ending Oct. 24, CRN takes a look at the companies that brought their 'A' game to the channel.

The Rise And Fall Of VCE: The History Of An Unusual Partnership

We look at VCE from its start as a developer of reference architectures based on EMC, Cisco and VMware technologies through its transformation into a $2 billion developer of integrated data center solutions to now as a new unit of the EMC Federation.

Head-to-Head: Apple iPhone 6 vs. HTC One M8

The feature-rich HTC One holds up well against Apple's latest iPhone. The CRN Test Center compares the two smartphones.

Websense CEO: Bush-League Partners Were Hurting Our Channel Strategy

Websense has grown beyond merely web filtering and data loss prevention, adding advanced malware and other features that require skills many partners lack, said Websense CEO John McCormack.

Top 20 Cities Where The Most Tech Deals Go Down

Silicon Valley still accounts for the lion's share of deals, but it's not the only place seeing M&A action.

15 Hot Security Companies That Could Be Symantec Acquisition Targets

If Symantec had the cash on hand to acquire technology and talent to fill in the gaps in its portfolio, solution providers and industry analysts said these hot security industry startups could be the right fit.

7 Serious Mobile Application Security Risks

These dangerous coding and implementation issues can give attackers easy access to corporate data and personal information.

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