SMB Sales Still A Sore Spot In The Channel

SMB sales struggled more than enterprise sales for many distributors and VARs in the second quarter, while public sector sales remained a rare bright spot. Here's a look at 10 channel companies' sales performance for the June quarter, ranked from the biggest decline to the smallest.

10 Technologies High On The Minds Of Midmarket CIOs

If you've been wondering what technologies midmarket CIOs have on their radar screens, look no further. Here are the top 10 technologies as aggregated by Everything Channel data from CIO applications to attend the Midsize Enterprise Summit in Los Angeles next month.

8 Hot New Startups At XChange '09

Everything Channel and the Sightline Group team up to deliver Sprout, a showcase of channel-friendly IT startup companies at XChange '09 in Washington, D.C.

Beach Reads: Summer Books For Solution Providers

Summertime presents a valuable chance to kick back and think about the bigger issues of where you (and your business) are going. Here are 10 books that rate a spot on your reading list in these hazy days of August.

Six Products That Might Have Thwarted The Credit Card Data Heist

The theft of more than 130 million credit card numbers, for which three people were indicted Monday, was carried out by a combination of packet sniffing and SQL injection. Here are six products, looked at by the Test Center, that compromised networks might have used to ward off the intrusions.

10 Hot Health Care Plays For VARs

Health care is one of the trickiest nuts for solution providers to crack, but the market right now is seeing unprecedented opportunity for VARs. Here's a list to get your mind racing.

20 Scenes From BlackHat 2009

BlackHat 2009 concluded with a bang. For one week, hackers were treated to demonstrations and presentations and learned how to be, well, better hackers. Here are a few scenes from the event.

Six Places To Find Free Wi-Fi (And One Place You Won't)

Barnes and Noble has joined the list of companies offering Wi-Fi to customers. For road warriors, finding a local hotspot can sometimes make your day. Here's a list of places to check, and one not to check anymore.

2009 Channel Contenders: Server Virtualization

You know VMware, but here's a closer look at other alternatives in the server virtualization space, according to the 2009 Channel Contenders study.

2009 Channel Contenders: Security Software

Symantec may dominate the security software space, but there's plenty of competition, according to VARs in the 2009 CRN Channel Contenders survey. Here's a look at 10 of them.

What Tech Was Hot In The Year Of The Moon Walk?

When we sent astronauts to the moon in 1969 with the Apollo 11 mission, what was the state of technology here on Earth? You might be surprised at what was high-tech 40 years ago.

First Look: Microsoft Office 2010

The most widely used productivity suite undergoes some serious nips and tucks.

30 Years Of Trend-Setting Gadgets

As the forefather to today's iPod, Sony's Walkman started a revolution in home electronics from which has come a progression of ever-cooler gadgets. So dig out the earphones, get some AA batteries in the Walkman and take a stroll down memory lane.

10 Useful Add-Ons For Firefox 3.5

There are multitudes of add-ons, or extensions, for Firefox, with an add-on for seemingly any purpose. Some are strictly for fun, some for productivity. Here is a look at 10 add-ons that we feel are of real use.

Hands On With Dell's Next-Generation Tablet PC

The CRN Test Center takes a look at Dell's Latitude XT2 and finds a reasonably priced tablet notebook that is a capable computer and comfortable to use.

10 Biggest Tech Stories Of 2009 (So Far)

The first six months of 2009 have been a whirlwind, from Oracle buying Sun to Cisco's public slapping of HP. Here's a roundup of the 10 biggest stories to hit the tech industry in 2009's first half.

Put Me In, Coach: VAR Brings Client Appreciation To New York's Citi Field

Advanced Vision Technology Group hosted its annual client appreciation event at Citi Field, home of the New York Mets.

2009 Emerging Software Vendors

Check out our picks for the hot Emerging Software Vendors from the 2009 Emerging Vendors survey.

Hot PC Fun In The Summertime

Hewlett-Packard serves up notebooks, netbooks, desktops and accessories for the hot summer months.

ViewSonic Debuts First PC

Making its foray into the PC market, display giant ViewSonic has rolled out the VPC100 All-in-One computer.

2009 Emerging Virtualization Vendors

Check out our picks for the hot Emerging Virtualization Vendors from the 2009 Emerging Vendors survey.

2009 Emerging Hardware Vendors

Check out our picks for the hot Emerging Hardware Vendors from the 2009 Emerging Vendors survey.

Cyberminded Scenes From Symantec's Government Symposium

Symantec brought more than 1,000 public sector executives, integrators and vendor attendees to a one-day conference in Washington, D.C., that touched on stimulus, cybersecurity and all points in between. Channelweb.com was there, too.

Opera Unite: The Future Of Browsers?

The browser wars are heating up again. In the shadow of the slugfest between Google and Microsoft, Opera has been quietly working on ways to revolutionize the concept of the traditional browser with its latest offering: Unite.

Stimulus For VARs: A Look At Distributors' ARRA Programs

Here's a look at what distributors are doing to help their VAR communities grapple with stimulus authorized by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

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