Oki Data Fights Cancer with Cadillacs

Printer vendor Oki Data's Color Me Oki philanthropy program helps raise money and awareness of the importance of early detection of cancer as it travels the country with vintage Pink Cadillacs.

2008: Year of the Notebook

In the first half of 2008, PC makers have shown the market more innovation than they have in years -- and it shows no sign of letting up. Here is a look at just some of the top notebooks the Test Center has taken a look at in just the first six months of the year.

Motorola Motozine ZN5 Is More Camera Than Phone

Motorola flipped the script on Monday, partnering with Kodak to announce the Motozine ZN5 handset, a new camera phone where the 5-megapixel camera itself is the marquee feature and the phone is just the icing on top.

8 Bizarre Statements By IT Industry Execs

Sometimes, people say things that make you scratch your head with bemusement. ChannelWeb rounded up 8 examples of recent statements by IT executives that make you go hmmmm.

10 Cool Desktop Computers

From high-end gaming systems to super-small business systems, here are 10 cool desktops that are sure to turn heads.

Slide Show: 10 Fastest Growing Networking VARs

You'll have to wait until July to see Everything Channel's 2008 Fast Growth 100 list, but here we offer a sneak preview with a networking twist: the top 10 solution providers confirmed for our list that derive at least 21% of their revenue from network design and implementation or at least 21% of revenue from VoIP integration services. If any VARs know how to spin networking straw into revenue gold, it's these folks.

AMD Ups Gaming Wow Factor With Cinema 2.0

Chip maker AMD says the era of video games with real-time visuals that look like movies is upon us, and screens demos built on ATI's next-gen 'RV77' graphics card to prove it.

Just The Stats: 2008 State Of Technology - Networking

A graphic rundown of Everything Channel's 2008 State of Technology: Networking study.

A Conversation With Trend Micro's Eva Chen

Trend Micro CEO Eva Chen recently sat down with ChannelWeb to discuss the evolving security landscape and the company's latest efforts to stop Web threats in their tracks.

Scenes From The ProjectPortfolio Summit 2008

Check out Everything Channel's ProjectPortfolio Summit 2008 in Kissimmee, Fla., where VARs came to discover channel opportunities.

20 Most Strategic Networking Vendors

Solution providers surveyed in this year's Everything Channel State of Technology: Networking study picked their most strategic vendors. Here's a look at who came out on top.

VAR Takes Customers Out To The Old Ballgame

One solution provider has found a way to help build solid customer relationships while enjoying one of his favorite pastimes. After all, who doesn't love an afternoon at a ballgame?

10 Supercomputers That Will Blow Your Mind

With the advent of IBM's Roadrunner, it's time to look at some of the supercomputing machines that are processing calculations at seemingly impossible speeds.

Vendors Show Midmarket Solutions At Midsize Enterprise Summit Europe

Here's a roundup of the vendors that made it out to the Midsize Enterprise Summit in Barcelona, and what solutions and services they were offering to midsize enterprise IT executives.

CA To Release A Business Intelligence Solution For ARCserve and XOsoft

CA is unveiling a business intelligence tool for XOSoft that aims to simplify troubleshooting backup and replication systems throughout large organizations. The BI application includes helpful analytics that identify trends and problems with devices.

John Thompson On The Changing Face Of Security

Symantec's chairman and CEO, discusses coming developments in security integration, Microsoft's aggressive security patents, changes to the Altiris endpoint management and service platform, and much more.

Browser War: Firefox 3 Versus IE 8 Beta

With the release of Mozilla's Firefox 3.0 browser, which spent seven months in beta testing, the upstart group of developers is taking on Microsoft's Internet Explorer on several fronts: Security, ease of use and performance.

Future Tech: Scenes From Research@Intel Day

Intel offers a glimpse of tomorrow's technology at its annual R&D demo, highlighting everything from ray tracing graphics to robot bartenders.

Broadcom's Digital Home Of The Future

From streaming high-def video from your cell phone to your flat screen, to playing a wireless electric guitar, here's some of the things we might see in the All-American home in the not-too-distant future.

Nokia Hits Enterprise With New Smartphones

Nokia introduced two new smartphones that feature a mix of enterprise features with stylish good looks. Here's what the new E71 and E66 bring to the table.

D&H Mid-Atlantic Show: Scenes From Chocolate Town

Hershey is known as Chocolate Town, but it's also the place where the D&H Mid-Atlantic Dealer Show is held, with more than 1,000 solution providers and 150 vendors attending this year. Here's what we saw:

The Hottest Companies In The Midmarket Right Now

ChannelWeb give you the down and dirty details on the best companies -- and their products -- for the midmarket.

Explore The World Without Wires Virtual Tradeshow

On June 12, Everything Channel launched its virtual tradeshow, World Without Wires. Highlights from the day-long show included a fireside chat between Robert Faletra, CEO of Everything Channel, and Steve Dallman, Intel's global channel chief, as well as presentations from vendors such as Cisco/Linksys and Lenovo.

D&H Dealer Show: Products You're Unlikely To Find Anywhere Else

At D&H Distributing's annual Technology Show show, held last week, many of the manufacturers are smaller companies, new to the channel, and offering products that are not likely to be found through other major distributors.

Bill Gates: Should He Stay Or Should He Go?

Gates is departing Microsoft, but is this a good thing? ChannelWeb examines 10 reasons why Gates should stay, and 10 reasons why he needs to hit the road, Jack.

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