Dell Dozen: Who Are The Icahn/Southeastern Dell Board Nominees?

Icahn Enterprises and Southeastern Asset Management nominate 12 people to sit on Dell's board of directors, should their alternative offer to the Silver Lake buyout deal be accepted by the current board. So who are the Dell dozen?

8 Tips For Successful Cloud Migrations

Successful cloud migrations don't merely focus on changes in technology; they are also focused on the comfort levels of both people who are familiar with the new technology as well as those who might be slightly apprehensive about the forthcoming changes.

Test Center Head-to-Head: 4 Multifunction Printers

In solutions that help small businesses do business, what makes the difference is often found in software.

10 Hot Products From EMC World To Hit The Storage Scene

Even thought there was nothing like the massive EMC 42-product release seen at the EMC World 2012, there was still enough new storage hardware and software unveiled at EMC World 2013 to make the visit worthwhile.

8 Buzzworthy Networking Products

Nearly 150 entries were considered for this year's Best Of Interop Awards, with only seven products taking home the gold. Here's a look at the winners.

The 25 Biggest Tech Companies On The Fortune 500

Each year Fortune ranks the 500 largest U.S. corporations according to annual revenue. See how the leading companies in the IT industry made out this year.

8 Great Apps For Mobile Printing

Be it Android, iPad or Windows Phone in your hand, the ability to print is simply a must-have.

Head-To-Head: Symantec Vs. McAfee In Endpoint Protection

McAfee and Symantec are archrivals with a firm grip on the North American security market. CRN pits both vendors' endpoint security products against each other and names a winner.

Top 10 Tech Companies Students Want To Work For

The National Society of High School Scholars polled 9,000 graduating high schoolers, college students and recent grads about what companies they want to work for. Here's a closer look.

The 8 Steps Behind The Massive $45M Cyber Bank Heist

More than $45 million was stolen from banks in the U.S. and 19 other countries in a scheme that law enforcement is calling an international conspiracy to drain millions from bank accounts using stolen debit cards and PIN numbers. Here's how they did it.

Software-Defined Deluge: Promises, Pitfalls And Players

The software-defined environment is developing at breakneck speed as the industry looks at how -- and how much of -- the functionality of traditional data center hardware can be addressed via software.

5 Companies That Came To Win This Week

For the week ending May 10, CRN looks at five companies that brought their 'A' game and made moves to beat out competitors.

Interop 2013: 10 Hot Products For Network Monitoring, SDN And More

There was no shortage of product announcements at Interop 2013, with vendors ranging from HP to Riverbed showing off their latest and greatest in networking gear. Here are 10 products that stood out in the crowd.

5 Companies That Dropped The Ball This Week

For the week ending May 10, CRN looks at five companies that were either asleep at the wheel or just didn't make good decisions.

VMware's Chief Architect: Don't Be Scared Of SDN, Be Prepared

VMware's chief architect and Nicira founder Martin Casado believes SDN will transform the networking supply chain, necessitating new relationships and new ways of doing business. CRN finds out how in an interview at this week's Interop.

Q1 Smartphone Market Share Winners And Losers

Is Apple still the king of the U.S. smartphone market? Or is Google's Android overtaking the iPhone? Here are the winners and losers in the U.S. smartphone market, according to ComScore's first-quarter numbers.

Name Of The Game: Top 10 States For Identity Theft

A Federal Trade Commission report provides statistics on identity theft and fraud complaints in 2012. Learn which state has the dubious distinction of having the most victims.

Q1 Server Vendor Winners And Losers

The eagerly anticipated server unit share for the first quarter from market researchers Gartner and IDC is causing a stir among industry watchers looking for signs of strength and weakness. Here's a look at some of the preliminary data. Both market researchers caution that it is only preliminary, with the final data to be released at the end of May.

Mother's Day Gift Guide: 25 Great Tech Gift Ideas For Mom

Flowers on Mother's Day are old news. Check out these 25 tech gift ideas guaranteed to put a smile on mom's face this year.

5 Companies That Dropped The Ball This Week

For the week ending May 3, CRN looks at five companies that were either asleep at the wheel or just didn't make good decisions.

5 Companies That Came To Win This Week

For the week ending May 3, CRN looks at five companies that brought their 'A' game and made moves to beat out competitors.

10 Tough Questions: Partners Ask, HP's Top Executives Answer

As HP rolls out a new, simplified pay-for-performance PartnerOne program, its top executives, led by CEO Meg Whitman, answer any and all questions from partners in a 90-minute Webcast.

5 Ways To Avoid A Stolen Password Pitfall

Avoiding having your email or Facebook account hijacked or bank account drained takes a little work, but following these steps can greatly reduce the risk.

9 Key Concerns That Block Cloud Sales

The benefits of the cloud are heavily touted by cloud providers and the various types of channel partners with which they work. But a number of stumbling blocks still remain. Channel partners outlined for CRN some of the objectives they hear most often.

30 Notable IT Executive Moves: April 2013

April biggest executive moves include a major shakeup at HP's board of directors and a new home for a veteran channel chief.