VAR500: HP Services Expands Travel Platform, Accenture Wins CDC Contract

CDW, IBM, HP Services, Accenture and Glasshouse all made hay this week.

10 Takeaways From Cisco's Questionable Q1

Why was Cisco's Q1 earnings announcement seen as such a disappointment if earnings and revenue met Street expectations? Here's a look at what to key in on from Cisco's alternately encouraging and surprising earnings report.

RIM By The Book: An Inside Look At BlackBerry PlayBook

RIM plans to release the BlackBerry PlayBook touch-screen tablet early next year. Here's a look at some of its capabilities.

Five Failures: Google Products That Missed The Mark

Despite Google’s increasing revenue and success with recent products like Android, the search giant isn’t perfect. Here's a look at some of Google's more high profile misfires.

Botnets: Trouble From A To Zbot

It seems like every time you turn around there's a botnet in the news. So we're clearing up some of the confusion, with a handy botnet guide.

10 Hot Emerging Vendors For November 2010

Each month, CRN highlights 10 hot new IT vendors you need to know about across various IT channel segments. Here are 10 emerging vendors for November 2010.

Test Center Briefs: November 2010 - A Roundup of Hot New Products

An exciting roundup of hot, new products from Adobe, PivotLink, Juniper, Extreme Networks, Apple and HP.

Live From Las Vegas: 20 Scenes From Symantec PartnerEngage

Symantec partners came home from PartnerEngage in Las Vegas with new enablement tools, a new channel program and maybe a little extra cash won at the tables. Here are some scenes from the event.

Five Companies That Dropped The Ball This Week

For the week ending Nov. 5, CRN looks at five companies that were either asleep at the wheel or just didn't make good decisions.

Symantec PartnerEngage 2010: 5 Big Takeaways

As Symantec's PartnerEngage 2010 winds down in Las Vegas, partners will have these five things to reflect on for the next year.

Five Companies That Came To Win This Week

For the week ending Nov. 5, CRN looks at five companies that brought their 'A' game and made moves to beat out competitors.

Symantec's Top Exec Outlines IT Challenges As Users Merge Personal And Business Tech

Users are now turning to a single smart device such as a tablet PC to manage their personal and business digital lives, a move which changes everything IT departments have ever done in terms of security and storage, Symantec's Enrique Salem said.

Scenes From Synnex's National Conference

Synnex's National Conference drew more than 1,200 vendor and solution provider attendees this year, an event that included insight into the distributor's new offerings, and a little fun too. Here's a look at what transpired.

VAR500: ACS Boosts Head Count, Accenture Signs Navy Deal

This week, ACS increased its headcount, Cerner saw its sales grow, and Fiserv earned a government contract.

Six Types Of Cloud Computing Partners, According To IBM

As customers quickly move part or all of their IT operations to public, private or hybrid clouds, IBM has identified six types of partners through which it works with such customers. Which one are you?

7 Hot New Cloud Computing Offerings To Check Out Now

Cloud computing took center stage at this week's Cloud Expo in Santa Clara, and here are seven hot new cloud computing products and offerings highlighted at the show.

Scenes From IBM's Information On Demand Conference

Solution providers, data system managers, BI analysts, and maybe even an Elvis impersonator or two, turned out last week for IBM's Information on Demand conference in Vegas. Here's what you missed if you didn't make it to Big Blue's confab -- or you went and spent most of your time watching that other 'blue man group.'

Stalking The New Avaya: CEO Kennedy Covers The Bases

In an exclusive interview with CRN, Avaya CEO Kevin Kennedy offers his vision for the Avaya of tomorrow, not only as a channel company, but also as a cloud player, a strong competitor to the likes of Cisco and Microsoft and, eventually, a public company again.

10 Open-Source Security Products You Can Download Now

Open-source security products are increasingly sophisticated and robust. Plus, they come with a very affordable price tag.

Scenes From Avnet's IBM Partner Conference

At its annual IBM conference in San Antonio, Avnet hosted hundreds of Big Blue partners. The two companies are celebrating their 25th anniversary working together.

20 Notable IT Executive Moves: October

Our monthly roundup of the most notable executive moves relevant to the IT channel, from vendor C-suite charades to VARs making big changes.

Five Companies That Came To Win This Week

For the week ending Oct. 29, CRN looks at five companies that brought their 'A' game and made moves to beat out competitors.

Five Companies That Dropped The Ball This Week

For the week ending Oct. 29, CRN looks at five companies that were either asleep at the wheel or just didn't make good decisions.

ARC 2010: Best, Worst Vendors For Product Innovation

Successful companies know they must innovative or they'll die. To do that, they need to select the best and brightest partners out there. Here are the best -- and worst -- at product innovation, rated by solution providers in our Annual Report Card.

ARC 2010: Best, Worst Vendors For Partnership

The 2010 Annual Report Card outlines how vendors rank in Partnership -- based on how you rated their performance.

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