New Performance Results From Five Of The Latest SSDs
The CRN Test Center sorts through the SSD specs to help solution providers figure out which is best for which application.
Women Of The Channel 2014: Power 50 Solution Providers
The Power 50 Solution Providers is culled from the ranks of CRN's Women of the Channel and spotlights those female executives whose insight and influence in their respective companies help drive channel success.
Intel Unveils 4GHz Core i7 Quad-Core CPU
Intel in June will begin shipping unlocked Core i5 and Core i7 Haswell processors. Its 4GHz Core i7 marks a company first.
Power 100: The Most Powerful Women Of The Channel 2014 (Part 2)
The Power 100 is culled from the ranks of CRN's Women of the Channel and spotlights those female executives whose insight and influence in their respective companies help drive channel success. Here's Part 2 of the list.
Power 100: The Most Powerful Women Of The Channel 2014 (Part 1)
The Power 100 is culled from the ranks of CRN's Women of the Channel and spotlights those female executives whose insight and influence in their respective companies help drive channel success. Here's Part 1 of the list.
Samsung Z: Move Over Android, It's Time For Tizen
The Samsung Z is an alternative to the Android smartphone, a market it helped develop and still continues to dominate. Here's a look at the new Tizen-powered device.
30 Notable IT Executive Moves: May 2014
May's notable executive moves included departures sparked by management shakeups at SAP and Kaspersky Lab, as well as a new role for Cisco's long-time channel chief.
Google, Intel and Gwyneth Paltrow?: Tech Titans Opine On What's Next For IT
The inaugural Code Conference featured a variety of speakers ranging from tech titans Satya Nadella and Sergey Brin, to actress Gwyneth Paltrow.
5 Companies That Came To Win This Week
For the week ending May 30, CRN takes a look at the companies that brought their 'A' game to the channel.
Follow The Money: 10 VC Investments To Watch In May
May brought tech venture capital investments in security, data and analytics, cloud and more to fund acquisitions, global growth and marketing efforts. Take a look at what companies brought in investments in the last month.
Five Things Beats Electronics Brings To Apple
Apple confirmed its acquisition of Beats Electronics and Beats Music for $3 billion Wednesday night. But what does this deal mean for the electronics giant, besides cool headphones?
5 Companies That Had A Rough Week
For the week ending May 30, CRN looks at IT companies that were unfortunate, unsuccessful or just didn't make good decisions.
Dell: An Amazing Journey From A To Z
CRN looks back at milestones in Dell's roller-coaster ride from a dorm room, to becoming the world's top PC maker, to a go-private $24.9 billion leveraged buyout -- in alphabetical order.
Server Market Shrinks In The First Quarter: 10 Takeaways From IDC's Market Share Report
Hewlett-Packard is king of a shrinking worldwide server market worth $10.9 billion in the first quarter of 2014, reports market research firm IDC. Here are 10 takeaways.
8 Interesting Moments From Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella's Code Conference Talk
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella took the stage at Re/Code's inaugural Code Conference to talk about everything from Microsoft's $7.2 billion acquisition of Nokia to Bill Gates' current role in Redmond.
The 15 Most Popular IT Certifications For 2014
Take a look at the 15 most popular certifications, how much money they make and why IT professionals say they are key to have as part of the solution provider portfolio.
Cisco By The Bay: 10 Scenes From Cisco Live 2014 In San Francisco
Cisco Live 2014 hit San Francisco last week, pulling in more than 25,000 Cisco customers and partners from around the world. In case you missed it, here are 10 scenes from Cisco's biggest show of the year.
The Upcoming 2014 Fortune 500: How Will The Biggest IT Companies Fare?
Here's a look at how the top 25 IT companies on the 2013 Fortune 500 list have done in the last year. Which are likely to rise in the rankings, and which ones may drop?
IBM Counters FUD Over x86 Sale: Talks HP, China Fears And Lost Market Share
Adalio Sanchez, general manager of IBM's System x business, is the key executive on the front line of IBM's $2.3 billion sale of its x86 server business to Lenovo. He discusses that deal and much more with CRN.
10 Storage Products For OpenStack Clouds
Storage vendors have been rolling out a host of new hardware and software aimed at helping channel partners build a better cloud based on the OpenStack architecture.
10 Biggest Blockbusters Partners Expect To See At Apple's WWDC
Apple's World Wide Developers Conference in San Francisco is fast approaching. CRN has spoken to partners to find out what they expect to see at next week's event. Here are the top 10 biggest announcements they think Apple CEO Tim Cook will make at WWDC.
25 Scorching-Hot Tech Gadgets For This Summer
There are plenty of handy gizmos and gadgets on the market that can help you fully take advantage of all your favorite summer activities. CRN has compiled a list of 25 such gadgets to help you fully enjoy this season.
Q&A: CompuCom CEO Talks Cloud, Mobility And Recurring Revenue
CompuCom CEO Tony Doye discusses the cloud, mobility and how the company is keeping a competitive edge in the move to services and recurring revenue as it wraps up its first year as a private company.
Head-to-Head: Microsoft Surface Pro 3 vs. Apple MacBook Air
Microsoft's latest hybrid is on par with Apple's flagship MacBook in many ways, but pricing isn't one of them.
CRN Exclusive Q&A: Whitman On Sales Gains Vs. IBM-Lenovo, Cisco And A Fractured VCE
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman spoke with CRN on additional HP job cuts and how the company is making sales gains against IBM-Lenovo, Cisco and a fractured VCE.

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