What The Channel Wants To See In The National CTO

As the president closes in on appointing the first-ever national chief technology officer, the channel sounds off on what it'd like to see from that tech czar, regardless of who gets the job.

Quick Clicks: Zoho vs. Google vs. Microsoft

Love them or hate them, online productivity suites are the trend. Who fared better in our comparison: Zoho, Google or Microsoft?

5 Multifunction Printers For A Hard-Hit Economy

Printer VARs and vendors have discovered that color MFPs are a hit with customers.

10 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Windows 7 Beta

Learn what you need to know to maximize the potential of the Windows 7 beta.

Networking Vendors Roll Out Data Center Gear

Networking vendors have been targeting the data center, releasing a host of products to tell a full end-to-end story. Here is a roundup of some data center networking solutions from Cisco, Juniper and ProCurve Networking by HP.

17 Scenes From Lotusphere 2009

Lotusphere customers and partners got their first look at the LotusLive applications at Lotusphere 2009. Check out the scenes from the conference.

ProCurve Unveils Data Center Switches

HP ProCurve is the latest networking vendor to attack the data center. ProCurve has added five new data center switches to its roster, along with adding management software and an application integration alliance. Here is a look at the new ProCurve gear.

Key Security Technologies Customers Are Buying Right Now

Over 80 percent of customers surveyed for the 2009 CRN Market Report: Security said they will cough up cash for IT security solutions this year. Here's a look at what they'll spend it on.

10 Ways To Save Your Clients Big Bucks

Channelweb.com brings you 10 real-world examples of how solution providers used hot technology to help customers cut costs.

Sanyo's 6 New HD Dual Cameras For 2009

Check out Sanyo's hot, new Xacti cameras, in both vertical and horizontal alignments -- with full HD, compact HD and waterproof models.

20 Strategies To Stay Afloat In Retail This Year

Representatives from everyone from Best Buy and The Home Depot to major research houses and financial experts gathered in New York for the National Retail Federation Convention & Expo. Here's a sampling of their advice.

Nortel's Decline: A Timeline

Nortel Networks filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the U.S. Here is a timeline documenting Nortel's fall.

Key Takeaways From The 2009 State Of Technology: Peripherals Study

This year's study examined six peripherals categories with the help of 774 North American solution providers. Here are some things to remember when taking aim at peripherals business this year.

Lenovo Launches Home Desktop PC Trio

Lenovo added three affordable desktop PCs to its consumer line, targeted at customers looking for good functionality without a high price tag.

Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2's Known And Unknown Problems

Microsoft has detailed known issues with IE 8 beta 2. There are accusations that more issues abound. We separate the truth from the hype.

The Best (And Worst) Vendor Stocks of 2008

IT vendors had a painful year in 2008, from a telecom giant that ultimately had to file for bankruptcy protection, to a security software player that managed to stem the most of the losses. Here's a look at 33 vendors' 2008 Wall Street performances -- or lack thereof.

SaaS Showdown: Google Apps Vs. Microsoft Windows Live

Google's new reseller program begs the question: Who has the better SaaS office productivity suite -- Google or Microsoft? Here we pit Google Apps Premier Edition against Microsoft's Windows Live Essentials in a head-to-head battle royale.

10 Drool-Inducing Flat-Panel Displays From CES

Flat-panel displays are always one of the most impressive sights at CES, and this year was no exception. Despite a gloomy economy, display vendors exhibited products many won't be able to resist. We look at 10 that will have you reaching for your credit cards.

10 Signs Of The Times From CES 2009

Signs of the interesting times we're living in were everywhere at CES 2009, and not all of them had to do with the economy. Channelweb.com offers 10 examples of ominous sights that illustrate the things that people are spending the most time thinking about these days.

10 Hot Smartphones, Cell Phones From CES 2009

Along with being a showcase for the hottest in consumer technology, CES has also become a launching pad for the newest smartphones and cell phones. Here we round up 10 hot mobile devices that were shown off at CES 2009 in Las Vegas.

Cost Cutting Continues At IT Vendors

The list of IT companies laying off employees and taking other cost-cutting steps is growing rapidly in 2009. The unemployment rate hit 7.2 percent in December, and workforce reductions by EMC, Lenovo and others are a good indicator that number will continue to increase.

Get Connected: 8 New Home Networking Products From CES

A bevy of networking vendors rolled out new gear at the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show. Here's a look at the latest gear for the digital home.

Macworld Wish List: 10 Products We Want

Some of them won Best of Show awards and others were shown in obscurity at the farthest reaches of the exhibition hall -- but all of these Macworld offerings from software, hardware and accessories vendors impressed us here at Channelweb.com.

20 Of The Weirdest, Wackiest Sights From CES 2009

The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is normally quite a crowded scene, but the economic situation has had a somewhat dampening influence on this year's event. Still, it wouldn't be CES without bizarre sights and mind-boggling products, and in that regard, CES 2009 definitely didn't disappoint.

10 Pimped Out Rides From CES

Forget about the economic doldrums taking its toll on CES this year. There was certainly no signs of belt tightening in the outrageous rides featured in CES' always popular in-vehicle technology showcase.

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