5 Companies That Dropped The Ball This Week

For the week ending May 14, CRN looks at five vendors that made questionable moves or were simply asleep at the wheel.

Right Idea: Cool New Notebooks And Desktops From Lenovo

Lenovo has a slew of new desktop, notebook and nettop products coming out soon under its Idea brand. Here’s a look at what’s on the way.

Nothing But Blue Skies: 30 Scenes From EMC World 2010

If you wanted a fast track to cloud computing, then EMC World in Boston, Mass. was the place to be this week. From CEO Joe Tucci's vision of cloud computing to the Counting Crows to Major League Baseball Hall of Famers, here's a look at all the goings on.

Cloudy Times: 15 Scenes From All About The Cloud

The All About The Cloud conference in San Francisco this week brought together many of the brightest minds in cloud computing and SaaS, with more than 500 delegates on hand from every facet of the industry

The 5 Biggest Drawbacks Of Cloud Computing

CRN caught up with five top cloud and SaaS executives and asked them to identify the biggest drawback of cloud computing. Here are their answers.

Bull Market: Scenes From Intel's Investor Meeting

The chip giant is aggressive in its guidance for big growth in coming years. Here's a look at what transpired as Intel hosted its annual meeting with investors, analysts and press.

Tough Enough: Scenes From Panasonic's Toughbook Launch Aboard The USS Intrepid

Ahoy there! Panasonic boarded the USS Intrepid in New York to launch its latest Toughbook and officially unveil the Panasonic Solutions Company, its consolidated North American operations. Here's a look at how it went down.

6 Hot SaaS, Cloud Computing Startups You Need To Meet

Several cloud computing and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) startups debuted this week at the All About The Cloud conference in San Francisco. Here's a look at the next-generation firms you need to know.

15 Jaw-Dropping New Features In Microsoft Office 2010

CRN takes you under the hood of Microsoft Office 2010, the vendor's latest take on it's pervasive office productivity software suite.

On The Go: A First Look At Microsoft Office Mobile 2010

CRN takes you inside Office Mobile 2010, Microsoft's new suite of office productivity tools for customers on the go.

VAR500 Roundup: ACS Wins California Contract, Cerner Bookings Up, And More

Some of North America’s largest integrators reported mixed news this month as ACS made a splash in health care and Insight showed increased earnings. But BAE reported layoffs and Fiserv financials were flat.

Storage, Clouds, And More: New Software And Hardware At EMC World

EMC World, held this week in Boston, is more than storage, as many of the hardware and software introductions from a variety of vendors shows.

5 Companies That Came To Win This Week

For the week ending May 7, CRN looks at five vendors who brought their 'A' game, as well as five vendors that made questionable moves or were simply asleep at the wheel.

5 Companies That Dropped The Ball This Week

For the week ending May 7, CRN looks at five vendors that made questionable moves or were simply asleep at the wheel.

Scenes From Heartland Tech Groups' 2010 Summit

Heartland Tech Groups, an organization of almost 250 solution providers, held its 2010 Summit this week, where members gathered to help each other improve their businesses, and have a little fun too. Here are some scenes from the show.

10 Ways Xerox Is Playing To Win

Russell Peacock, president of Xerox North America, told CRN that Xerox has its best opportunity to gain major market share in a decade. Here are 10 highlights from a recent conversation, touching on managed print services, the competition with HP, and the services-bolstering acquisition of ACS.

10 Things To Consider Before Moving To The Cloud

To get started in cloud computing, there are three key tenants that must be leveraged: People, processes and technology. Cloud users, and the solution providers who serve them, must identify business processes and solutions that make the most sense to move applications off-premise.

HP Vs. Cisco: Battle Of The Partner Conferences

Hewlett-Packard and Cisco are battling for VAR partners and last week their dueling partner events had channel tongues wagging. So who came out on top? CRN runs the numbers and picks a Partner Conference Champion.

Networking By The Bay: Scenes From The Cisco Partner Summit 2010

More than 1,700 partners joined Cisco in person for its 2010 Partner Summit in San Francisco, with thousands more watching virtually. Here's a look at what they saw.

Ready For Primetime: 10 Hot Emerging Vendors For May 2010

Each month, Channelweb.com will highlight 10 hot new vendors you need to know about across various technology segments. Here are 10 emerging vendors for May.

Nine In 2010: Google's Bump Buy Continues Feverish Acquisition Pace

Google’s acquisition of Bump Technologies, maker of 3D desktop and multi-touch interface BumpTop, marks the ninth acquisition by the search giant so far in 2010. Here’s a look at Google’s acquisitions so far this year and what they mean.

HP Power Outing: 25 Scenes From APC 2010

Hewlett-Packard packs a powerful partner punch at its Americas Partner Conference.

5 Vendors Who Dropped The Ball This Week

For the week ending April 30, Channelweb.com looks at five vendors who brought their 'A' game, as well as five vendors that made questionable moves or were simply asleep at the wheel.

10 Chambers Takeaways From Cisco Partner Summit

In his usual meetings with press and analysts at Cisco Partner Summit this week, Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers offered a few pearls on everything from competition with HP to Cisco's consumer focus and his succession plan. Here's a look at the highlights.

5 Vendors That Came To Win This Week

For the week ending April 30, Channelweb.com looks at five vendors who brought their 'A' game, as well as five vendors that made questionable moves or were simply asleep at the wheel.

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