5 Significant Java Security Improvements That Foil Attacks

Oracle is improving the security capabilities in its highly targeted Java platform to make it more costly for cybercriminals to carry out successful attacks. Here are the five most significant changes to the platform.

5 Questions For HP Enterprise Channels VP Stephen DiFranco

HP Enterprise Group Channels Vice President Stephen DiFranco says Dell paid dearly for its first-quarter server market share gains.

Head-To-Head: Google Nexus 4 Vs. Apple iPhone 5

There's a new nexus between Apple and Google. The CRN Test Center compares smartphones from the world's leading companies.

30 Notable IT Executive Moves: May 2013

May's biggest executive moves in the IT industry include a new CEO for Intel and a major enterprise move at HP.

TechEd Preview: Hot Products To See From Microsoft And More

Microsoft's TechEd conference this week in New Orleans brings together thousands of IT professionals and enterprise developers for hands-on learning and exploring new products around the world of Microsoft. Here's a look at what to expect.

Under Regulatory Scrutiny: Top 6 Employee-Requested Social Platforms

Organizations that give employees access to social networks and other services are also required to grant regulators access to employee messages. Learn what social network was requested most, according to a survey conducted by data archiving firm Smarsh.

10 Windows 8 Tablet Apps For Business

Looking for Windows 8 business and productivity apps? We've got 10 of the best here.

How To Downgrade From Windows 8 To Windows 7

Microsoft can't erase Windows 8, but you can by following these five steps.

10 Hot Tech Startups For May

From network virtualization to big data analytics to unified communications hardware, there's no shortage of startups with innovative technologies this month.

5 Companies That Came To Win This Week

For the week ending May 31, CRN looks at five companies that brought their 'A' game and made moves to beat out competitors.

Q1 Server Business Plummets: Key Findings From IDC

Worldwide server sales dropped a sharp 7.7 percent in the first quarter of 2013, the fifth fall in sales in six quarters, with sales of nearly every type of x86, Unix, and mainframe server down.

10 New Features For Windows 8.1

Microsoft said Thursday that a preview of Windows 8.1 will be released on June 26, in time for its Build developer conference. But the company also shared some updates on what users can expect from the free update to Windows 8.

Cisco Partner Summit Preview: 10 Things Partners Hope To Learn

It's still a few days until Cisco kicks off its annual Partner Summit in Boston, but, for Cisco partners, the event is already top-of-mind. Here at 10 pressing questions they hope to explore on-site.

5 Ways To Safeguard Devices And Data While Traveling Abroad

Some companies don't allow employees to travel to certain countries with company-issued computers and mobile devices, even when traveling on business. Learn how to take precautions and avoid a malware infection.

Head-To-Head: Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Vs. Apple iPad Mini

Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 is just as capable as the larger Galaxy Note 10.1. But how does it stack up against the similarly sized iPad Mini?

'Star Trek Into Darkness' Head-To-Head: 9 Not-So-Out-Of-This-World Technologies

The blockbuster release of 'Star Trek Into Darkness' offers up a not-so-out-of-this world glimpse into the future of IT, some of which may be closer than you think. Here's a look at nine technologies from the movie and how they stack up against modern-day tech, some of which is already here.

The World's 20 Most Valuable Technology Brands

Brands have value, and some brands are more valuable than others. See which IT brands are generating the most buzz and which ones aren't, according to MillwardBrown's BrandZ ranking of the most recognized global brands.

The 10 Coolest Cloud Product Launches In May

As the march of technology continues in the cloud computing arena, CRN takes a quick look at 10 product releases that can help partners make money.

Gartner Q1 Server Vendors: Winners And Losers

The server market is under intense pressure, with vendors battling for share in a segment that saw overall sales down 5 percent in the first quarter. Here is a look at who's winning and who's losing according to Gartner's just-released data.

Tech 10: Hot Open Source Apps For 2013

From Hadoop to Android 4.2, the CRN Test Center looks at the hottest open source apps and open source platforms for 2013.

5 Concerning Reasons The U.S. Power Grid Is Vulnerable To Cyber Attacks

China, Iran and other countries pose a threat against the country's complex power system, but a study conducted by two legislators found most power operators won't voluntarily implement stronger cybersecurity security measures.

Hiring Heroes: IT Companies With Jobs Programs For Veterans

Many companies have started programs to find technology-related jobs for military personnel. In honor of Memorial Day, here's a look at a few of the programs, which range from helping with education and job placement to fundraising for veterans programs.

10 Mobile Security, BYOD Privacy And Security Myths

Mobile security and issues introduced by the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend can't be solved by technology alone, security experts say. Learn about some of the biggest mobile security and privacy fallacies.

10 Security Companies That Have Scored CIA Funding

CIA-funded venture firm invests millions in technology startups, mostly security firms. Find out which security companies won In-Q-Tel funding.

25 Cool Gadgets For A Hot Summer

Summer 2013 is heating up with all kinds of cool gadgets. Take flawless underwater photos, improve grilling skills with a probe or charge devices via the sun; whatever the activity, there is likely a gadget to enhance it.