The Best And Worst Technology Company Stocks In 2014 (So Far)

CRN looks at 2014's first-half winners and losers among technology vendor stocks.

5 Companies That Had A Rough Week

For the week ending July 11, CRN looks at IT companies that were unfortunate, unsuccessful or just didn't make good decisions.

5 Companies That Came To Win This Week

For the week ending July 11, CRN takes a look at the companies that brought their 'A' game to the channel.

The 10 Biggest Data Breaches of 2014 (So Far)

There have been a total of 395 reported breaches in 2014, exposing more than 11 million records, according to the Identity Theft Resource Center. Here are 10 of the biggest ones.

7 Things Microsoft Will Be Talking About At Its 2014 Worldwide Partner Conference

Microsoft is holding its annual Worldwide Partner Conference next week in Washington, D.C. Here are seven news items that are coming next week at the event.

The Best And Worst Channel Stocks Of 2014 (So Far)

Stock price gainers outnumbered losers among publicly traded solution providers in the first half of 2014.

10 Apps Available On Apple's CarPlay Right Now

Apple's CarPlay, which extends iOS into your ride, is available on iOS 7.1 and later, and select automakers will release compatible vehicles this year. Here are 10 apps that are already offered on CarPlay.

The 10 Coolest Open Source Apps of 2014 (So Far) (Plus A Bonus)

Open source apps continue to hit the market, and are just as good as any. These are the 10 coolest (plus a bonus) that were released so far this year.

Server SVP: 10 Reasons HP's IBM-Lenovo x86 Server Attack Is Paying Off

Antonio Neri, senior vice president and general manager for HP Servers and HP Networking, spoke with CRN about the next step in an aggressive HP campaign in which it is calling out IBM's 'uncertain' x86 server future. Here are 10 reasons he says it's working.

The 10 Coolest Big Data Products Of 2014 (So Far)

Big data remains one of the most dynamic segments of the IT industry with new products for data management and business analytics seemingly hitting the market every day. Here are 10 that made a splash in the first half of 2014.

Q&A: Synnex CEO Talks PCs, Mobility, Vertical Markets And More

After posting impressive Q2 growth, Synnex CEO Kevin Murai sat down with CRN to discuss what's on the horizon and what a solution provider can do to take advantage of it all.

The 10 Coolest Flash Storage Products Of 2014 (So Far)

CRN looks at 10 flash storage products ranging from flash drives to software to entire flash storage arrays that were released in the first half of 2014.

The 10 Coolest Laptops Of 2014 (So Far)
2014 is shaping up to be a banner year for laptops with new innovation, price points and technologies. Here are the 10 coolest so far this year.
CRN Intelligence: Exclusive Research On How Obamacare Is Impacting Solution Providers

CRN Intelligence polled 246 solution providers to get their views on how the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, has directly impacted their business, including health-care costs and hiring. Here are the results of the CRN Intelligence survey.

Cisco To Partners: You're Leaving Cloud Services Money On The Table
The opportunities for solution providers selling cloud services stretch far beyond the sale of the service itself, says Cisco's Bob Gault. Here are five often-overlooked avenues.
The 10 Coolest Apps of 2014 (So Far)
There's never a shortage of cool apps for smartphones and tablets. This year, there were plenty to choose from. So here are the 10 coolest apps of 2014 so far.
The 10 Coolest Tablets Of 2014 (So Far)
The first half of 2014 saw many unique tablets hit the market, including the latest devices from Dell, Samsung and HP. Here are 10 of the coolest so far this year.
The 10 Coolest Smartphones Of 2014 (So Far)
The smartphone market in the first half of 2014 saw established giants release their latest wares and newcomers try to leave a lasting impression. Here are the 10 coolest smartphones so far this year.
8 Companies That Want A Piece Of The DoD's $11 Billion EHR Contract
With an $11 billion price tag, it's no wonder that the Department of Defense's contract to modernize the department's health system is attracting big-name solution providers and vendors. Here's who is putting themselves in the running.
Internet Pioneer On Incident Response: Sorry, There's No 'Magic Security Pixie Dust'
Paul Vixie, founder of Farsight Security, says cybercrime will never be stamped out under the open standards governing the Internet today.
Timeline Of Events In Microsoft's Malware-Related Seizure of No-IP's Domains
Microsoft obtained a court order last week that allowed it to seize control of 23 domains belonging to Vitalwerks Internet Solutions, which runs No-IP.com. Here is a timeline of the events leading up to Microsoft's No-IP domain seizure along with the resulting impact.
15 Strange Things You Can Get 3-D Printed Right Now
3-D printing has brought a wave of new products to the market and inspired collaborations between printer manufacturers and some big-name companies. Here's a look at some of the latest things that can be printed.
Survey: SMS Two-Factor Authentication Quickly Gaining Adoption
Use of one-time passwords is no longer limited to protecting high-value transactions in the financial services industry, according to a new study. Businesses are increasingly using OTPs with SMS-based, two-factor authentication to verify every user login, according to a survey of more than 1,800 IT and IT security professionals globally.
10 Coolest Features Of iOS 8 For Developers
Some of the best Android features are coming to an iPhone or iPad near you. Here are 10 great features of the new iOS 8.
30 Notable IT Executive Moves: June 2014
June kicked off the summer with a slew of executive shuffles, including Hewlett-Packard, Ciber, Dell, CSC, immixGroup and more. Take a look at who is out and who is in for the month of June.

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