10 Data Center Predictions For 2013

Consolidation will close some data centers, but increasing demands for services and cloud capabilities will result in new data center builds and expansions, all of which will take advantage of new storage, virtualization and industry-standard hardware to increase efficiencies in 2013.

10 Companies Hurt By The PC's Downfall

Plummeting PC sales are affecting the bottom line for many companies, including HP, Microsoft and Apple.

Dominant Duo: Wintel Through The Years

A trip down memory lane with the PC industry's most prevalent pair, Microsoft and Intel.

Five Companies That Came To Win This Week

For the week ending Jan. 4, 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 Jan. 4, CRN looks at five companies that were either asleep at the wheel or just didn't make good decisions.

Emerging Tech Trends Show Major IT 'Skills Gaps'

As organizations focus their gaze on up-and-coming technologies, many will fall short due to skills gaps. Here's a look at which areas will prove the most difficult for organizations to keep up with.

CES 2013 Preview: 20 Hot Technologies, Rumors And Gadgets

Here's a look at the hottest rumors, coolest gadgets and most exciting technologies for CES 2013.

SP500: Predictions For 2013

What will 2013 have in store for the IT channel? Top executives from the SP500 offer their thoughts.

13 SDN Startups To Keep An Eye On In 2013

Many of the most buzzed-about software-defined networking (SDN) startups have emerged from stealth mode, entered the U.S. market or made significant product launches in the past few weeks. Here are the names to keep a close eye on in 2013.

10 Storage Predictions For 2013

2013 will see new ways of using flash storage, storage clouds, and software that will totally redefine how customers and solution providers build storage systems going forward.

30 Notable IT Executive Moves: December 2012

The final roundup for 2012 means highlighting a few key end-of-year changes at Google, Apple, Symantec, Dell and a range of solution providers and distributors. Here's a recap of major moves to exit the calendar year.

The 10 Coolest Startups Of 2012

Startup innovators set out in 2012 to transform the technology landscape, and in many ways, they succeeded.

10 Reasons A Recruiting Service Is Key To Finding Top IT Talent

As hiring in the IT channel continues to rise, the number of IT all-stars is beginning to dwindle, leading many VARs to look to recruiting services to help meet their staffing needs. Here are 10 reasons why your business should consider using a recruiting service.

Five Companies That Dropped The Ball This Week

For the week ending Dec. 28, 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 Dec. 28, CRN looks at five companies that brought their 'A' game and made moves to beat out competitors.

The 10 Biggest Microsoft Stories Of 2012

Windows 8 comes out, Steven Sinofsky bows out and the Surface tablet doesn't seem to be selling out. It was the usual busy year in the Microsoft universe. Here's what we think were the top Microsoft stories of 2012.

5 Wild IBM Predictions: Computers That Can Smell, Taste And More

According to IBM, the five senses will no longer be exclusive to living things come 2017. Here are five of Big Blue's tech projections for the next five years.

The 10 Biggest Cisco Stories Of 2012

Cisco killed off Cius, bought Meraki, changed channel chiefs and talked up CEO succession. Yet, none was the biggest Cisco story of the year. Here's a look at Cisco's 2012.

The 10 Biggest Google Stories Of 2012

From BigQuery and Compute Engine to Chromebook and Nexus, Google created news covering a broad range of technologies in 2012.

The 10 Biggest HP Stories Of 2012

From never-ending financial struggles, to reorganizations, layoffs, new faces and products, HP was a whirlwind of major developments in 2012. CRN examines the 10 most important.

Head-To-Head: Microsoft Surface For Windows RT vs. Apple iPad 4

Which is the better value proposition: Microsoft's first tablet or Apple's fourth? Feature by feature, the CRN Test Center checks it out.

The Top 10 Security Breaches Of 2012

Here's a look back at the missteps, miscues and misapprehensions that led to a profitable year for cybercriminals.

5 Companies That Came To Win This Week

For the week ending Dec. 21, CRN looks at five companies that brought their 'A' game and made moves to beat out competitors.

5 Companies That Dropped The Ball This Week

For the week ending Dec. 21, CRN looks at five companies that were either asleep at the wheel or just didn't make good decisions.

The 10 Biggest Acquisitions Of 2012

CRN looks at the biggest tech acquisitions of 2012, from cloud-based software deals to software-defined networking purchases.

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