5 Companies That Came To Win This Week

For the week ending Sept. 20, CRN looks at IT companies that brought their 'A' game and made moves to beat out competitors.

5 Ways To Avoid An Epic Facebook Fail

Montana Lt. Governor John Walsh, who is running for the state's U.S. Senate seat, faced scrutiny this week for 'liking' a Facebook page that features pictures of women's breasts. The rogue 'like' was called an honest mistake, but it could be costly to his campaign. Learn how to avoid reputation-damaging mistakes.

20 Odd Tech Startup Names And The Real Stories Behind Them

As more startups show up on the enterprise tech scene, finding a good name is getting harder. So, some are getting creative. Here's a look at 20 examples of startups that went outside the box.

IDF: 25 Products Building The Intel Ecosystem, One Hardware Or Software Piece At A Time

Last week's Intel Developer Forum (IDF) saw a wide range of Intel server, storage, client device, and other hardware and software partners showcasing new ways to build on the huge Intel IT ecosystem.

iHistory: A Look Back At iPhone Releases And Reactions

A week after the announcement of the latest iPhone, Apple continues to be criticized and watches as its stock tanks. CRN takes a look back at other iPhone releases over the years that didn't all live up to the Apple hype.

Behind The Numbers: Interesting Stats From The CRN 2013 Fast Growth 150

This year's CRN Fast Growth 150 offers a snapshot of the channel's fastest growing solution providers. Here are some interesting facts and figures.

Companies With A Heart: Tech's Top Charitable Givers

As more companies work to expand their corporate giving, see how your partner stacked up against the other tech giants donating money, technology and employee hours.

Best And Worst States: Workers With Post-Secondary Education

Need more employees with college degrees to work at your company? Here are the best and the worst states to go recruiting.

Forbes 400: America's Top 15 Richest Techies

Forbes 400 list of rich Americans includes techies from among 48 IT firms, including Bill Gates, the richest of the rich.

It Just Wasn't Meant To Be: 14 Acquisition Rumors That Never Panned Out

As Microsoft and others close high-profile acquisition deals with other acquisitions rumored to be on the horizon, CRN takes a look back at other rumored acquisitions that never happened.

Fast Growth 2013: The Top 25

Despite turbulent economic times and disruptive technologies like cloud computing and mobility, these companies have steamed ahead in growth.

10 Truths Characterizing Millennials In The Channel

The fact is millenials are grown, are in the workforce and they are changing the channel. Here is a look at 10 general truths about millennials and how they affect the ways the IT channel functions.

5 Companies That Had A Rough Week

For the week ending Sept. 13, CRN looks at IT companies that were unfortunate, unsuccessful or just didn't make good decisions.

Introducing Atom C2000 'Avoton': Intel Builds Server, Storage, Networking Partnerships

Intel's low-power-consumption Atom C2000 'Avoton' processors are slated for use in a number of new server, storage and networking platforms where energy efficiency is a must, and CRN has the first take on many of them.

5 Companies That Came To Win This Week

For the week ending Sept. 13, CRN looks at IT companies that brought their 'A' game and made moves to beat out competitors.

It's Official: Dell's Top Execs Sound Off On $24.9 Billion Buyout

Michael Dell took the hot seat and answered a wide range of questions regarding the buyout from what's next for Dell to what's this mean for its 140,000 partners.

10 Ways NSA Surveillance Revelations Could Impact The Channel

From sales of encryption to a potential pushback against cloud services, revelations over NSA surveillance activities could be significant to the channel.

Head-To-Head: Apple iPhone 5S Vs. Samsung Galaxy S4

Massive power, fingerprint-scanner security and enhanced camera are hallmarks of Apple's latest device, the iPhone 5S. See how it fairs in the Samsung Galaxy S4 Vs. Apple iPhone 5S battle.

7 Things To Know About Apple's iPhone 5S And iPhone 5C

Apple's long-awaited announcements of the iPhone 5S and 5C bring new specs and features to Apple's smartphone lineup.

HP Unveils Workstation Ultrabook; Revs Z-Series Towers

A trio of all-new mobile workstations and a beefed-up desktop line join 27- and 30-inch displays in Z-Series branding umbrella.

Life After Icahn: 7 Mounting Challenges Facing Dell

Dell is entering choppy waters as it navigates a likely future as a privately held company trying to reinvent itself as a hardware, software and services company.

Interactive Map: Best States To Start A Solution Provider Business

Available exclusively on the CRN Tech News App for tablet, The Best States To Start A Solution Provider Business includes an interactive map to provide readers insight into what makes some states better -- and worse -- than others.

Movers And Shakers: Here's Who Made Gartner's 2013 Cloud IaaS Magic Quadrant

While Amazon is leading the cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service pack, a number of smaller players are making inroads with innovative technology, and in some cases, marketing. See who made the list.

How Did It Happen? The Massachusetts Tech Tax Timeline

A CRN timeline helps explain how a tax on software services develops in less than eight months from an idea into issue that has an industry up in arms.

Best And Worst States: Taxes And Regulations

Are high taxes and regulatory red tape hindering your growing solution provider business? Here are the most business-friendly states -- and the least -- when it comes to taxes and regulations.