A Most Interesting IT Experiment: The History (So Far) Of VCE

VCE, which its partners EMC, Cisco, and VMware claim is the fastest company to reach a billion dollars in annual revenue, may have been founded in 2009, but it got its real start nearly six years earlier with EMC's controversial acquisition of VMware.

23 Storage, Communications Companies Piquing Investor Interest

Last week's Intel Capital Global Summit brought out many of the hundreds of companies in which Intel Capital has invested, including these 23 storage and communications companies courting additional investors.

Five Companies That Came To Win This Week

For the week ending Oct. 12, CRN looks at five companies that brought their 'A' game and made moves to beat out competitors.

Five Companies That Dropped The Ball This Week

For the week ending Oct. 12, CRN looks at five companies that were either asleep at the wheel or just didn't make good decisions.

5 Dirty Little Secrets About Application Performance Management

APM is a $2.2 Billion market but problems persist in its adoption, according to a survey of IT managers.

10 More Crushing 2012 Tech Industry Layoffs

It's been a tough year, and Juniper, McAfee, Avaya and others have joined the pack of major tech companies confirming plans to layoff headcount in 2012.

Inside Apple's iPhone 5: Product Teardown

With a screwdriver and a suction cup, you too can look inside Apple's iPhone 5.

12 Hot Tech Startups That Are Getting Funded

A wide range of companies had their chance to pitch themselves to other investors and to potential partners and clients at the Intel Capital Global Summit.

10 Hot Networking, Cloud And Virtualization Launches

Another Interop New York is in the books. Here are 10 networking-, data center-, cloud- and SDN-centric product, service and program releases that caught CRN's eye from the show.

Managed Services From A to Z

Here's a primer on managed services -- from A to Z. From companies to know to definitions of different services, it's everything you need to know to get started or expand your business.

32 Stats Proving How Popular The iPad Really Is

Would you rather break your nose than your iPad? Some people would. Here are 32 stats revealing why, and just how much, users love their iPads.

Presidential Election: 12 Top Tech Execs Bundling For The Candidates

As the presidential election kicks into high gear, we look at the tech executives that are fundraising for candidates President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.

Cisco's Race Is On: 12 Potential John Chambers Successors

In an exclusive interview with CRN, John Chambers identified several executives that are on Cisco's short list of potential CEO successors. We took the liberty of adding a few outsiders whose names have also been bandied about.

Columbus Day Navigation Apps: 7 GPS Apps That Beat iOS 6 Maps

In honor of Columbus Day, here are seven navigation apps that can help you get around better than most GPS devices can.

10 Top Tech Execs Visiting The White House

CRN looks at 10 technology executives who spent time visiting President Obama and other White House staffers in recent years.

Five Companies That Dropped The Ball This Week

For the week ending Oct. 5, CRN looks at five companies that were either asleep at the wheel or just didn't make good decisions.

Five Companies That Came To Win This Week

For the week ending Oct. 5, CRN looks at five companies that brought their 'A' game and made moves to beat out competitors.

10 Recent Apple Milestones That Would Make Steve Jobs Proud

Despite its massive loss of Steve Jobs one year ago, Apple has kept on keeping on. Here are 10 recent Apple achievements that the late tech icon would applaud.

Top 10 Issues Eroding Cloud Confidence

New survey estimates it will take three years before cloud platform and infrastructure services experience a full growth stage.

Technically Speaking: What DDR4 Memory Means For Computing

The faster and more power-efficient memory spec doubles transfer rates and quadruples capacity, making DDR4 a significant and long overdue upgrade from the DDR3.

The Best (And Worst) Third-Quarter Technology Vendor Stocks

Whose stock fell more than 40 percent in the third quarter? Whose increased by more than 25 percent? Here's a look at the best and worst tech stocks from July through September.

5 Reasons You Shouldn't Count RIM Out Yet

RIM's down, but not totally out. With a few tricks left up its sleeve, the company could still mount a comeback.

The Best (And Worst) Third-Quarter Channel Stocks

The majority of channel companies made small, yet positive, third-quarter gains on Wall Street, with eight of the 12 companies that CRN tracked posting share price increases for the three-month period ended Sept. 29.

VARs On Hand For Microsoft's First New York Retail Store Opening

Microsoft opened its first two retail stores in New York Sept. 28, giving the software giant 25 locations nationwide, with several more scheduled to open in the next month in advance of the release of Windows 8 in October.

30 Notable IT Executive Moves: September 2012

Heading into the fall, there were notable moves confirmed at IBM, Intel, HP and plenty of others, particularly in the storage space. Here's a look at some of the more interesting moving and shaking going on in September.

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