5 Reasons Why Nutanix Says VMware Is Terrified Of Its Data Center Momentum

The war of words between Nutanix and VMware continued Tuesday when Lukas Lundell, global director of solutions and performance engineering at Nutanix, outlined several reasons why VMware sees the startup as a serious threat.

Behind The Scenes: A Look Inside OneNeck's Brand-New Data Center

CRN gets a sneak peek at OneNeck's Colorado data center, a new $20 million, 35,000-square-foot facility with 11.5 million pounds of concrete that allows OneNeck to extend cloud and outsourced IT services to new customers.

Retail Liability Shift: Here's Why POS Solution Providers Should Pounce On The Opportunity

Retailers need to upgrade their payment terminals to accept new chip cards or be liable for fraudulent charges. For point-of-sale solution providers, that means the door's wide open.

10 Buzz-Worthy Products For SMBs

CRN caught up with D&H during its annual Mid-Atlantic Summer Technology show earlier this month to find out which products were affording solution providers the biggest sales opportunities.

10 Cybersecurity Tips For Startups From A Top VC

The recommendations in Bessemer Venture's State of the Cloud report can help solution providers win business with young companies.

Ready For Everything: 12 New IoT Products Launched By Cisco

Cisco continues to make inroads in the booming Internet-of-Things market after launching more than a dozen new IoT-focused products on Monday.

3 Reasons Why Oracle's Cloud Business Will Boom (And 3 Reasons It Might Not)

From beefing up commissions to building on its own tech, Oracle is taking a variety of approaches to the cloud business that may -- or may not -- keep growing its cloud business.

20-Plus Security Vendors On The NSA Target List (And Those Who Weren't)

The latest documents from Edward Snowden revealed that the NSA had targeted major security vendors, including Kaspersky Lab. Here are the global vendors potentially targeted by the NSA.

5 Companies That Had A Rough Week

For the week ending June 26, CRN looks at IT companies that were unfortunate, unsuccessful or just didn't make good decisions.

5 Networking Companies Trying To Break Down East-West Barrier

Some major networking vendors are trying to break down barriers with big investments as the most populated country in the world starts looking to upgrade its IT.

5 Companies That Came To Win This Week

For the week ending June 26, CRN takes a look at the companies that brought their 'A' game to the channel.

Head-To-Head: Lenovo Ideacentre Stick 300 Vs. Intel Compute Stick

Lenovo just threw its hat into the compute stick ring with its new Ideacentre Stick 300. But how does this new PC on a stick compare to Intel's Compute Stick?

6 Revealing Revelations On Data Center Spending

A study from Synergy Research broke down the numbers in the data center market to see what vendors were reaping the lion's share of the more than $110 billion spent last year from enterprises and service providers.

CRN Exclusive: Ruckus CEO Talks Winning Over Aruba Partners, New Juniper Partnership And Channel Push

Ruckus Wireless CEO Selina Lo speaks exclusively to CRN about how Ruckus plans to beat rivals through strategic partnerships, channel differentiation and its brand-new Volume Incentive Rebate program.

10 Cool Accessories For Decking Out The Surface Pro 3

From bags to stylus cases and other glitzy extras, here are 10 cool add-ons for your Microsoft tablet.

Dell Enterprise President Haas: Shifting Industry Will Disrupt Cisco

Marius Haas tells CRN in an exclusive interview that Dell is the answer for partners as they need to deliver more agile, more cost-efficient and more standards-based architecture solutions.

Intel Compute Stick Makes Other Sticks Look Like Chumps

Intel's highly anticipated Compute Stick does not disappoint. But is it enough to win the hearts of businesses users?

8 Solution Providers In The 2015 Fortune 1000

The eight largest North American publicly traded solution providers fell a combined 63 spots in the 2015 Fortune 1000 rankings as their sales increased by a total of just $830 million and profit fell by a cumulative $16.1 million.

13 Tech CEOs With The Highest Approval Ratings

Glassdoor recently unveiled the winners of its Employees' Choice Awards for the Highest Rated CEOs in 2015. Here are the 13 CEOs of enterprise IT companies that made the cut.

Microsoft's Free Windows 10 Upgrade: 10 Things Partners Need To Know

Microsoft will allow the majority of Windows users to upgrade to Windows 10 for free. But there are plenty of caveats.

5 New AMD Radeon Graphics Card Specs That Will Wow Custom System Builders

AMD unveiled its newest Radeon 300 lineup of graphic cards at E3 last week. Here's what custom system builders need to know.

5 Reasons Why Google Data Centers Are Running Like Giant, Efficient Computers

Google's problem-solving mindset has helped it build proprietary technologies and techniques that continue to fuel its success. Here are five examples.

Cisco, HP Duking It Out For Cloud Infrastructure Crown

CRN speaks to Synergy Research Group founder Jeremy Duke about the battle underway between Cisco and Hewlett-Packard to win the fast-growing cloud infrastructure equipment market.

The 20 Most Commonly Used Cloud Apps Inside The Enterprise

According to a report from Netskope, more than 90 percent of cloud-based apps are not enterprise-ready, lacking security, audit and certification, SLA, legal conditions and other prerequisites.

5 Companies That Had A Rough Week

For the week ending June 19, CRN looks at IT companies that were unfortunate, unsuccessful or just didn't make good decisions.