Lenovo Storms CES With New Notebooks, Desktop

Lenovo is unveiling a host of new notebooks and a new all-in-one desktop this week at CES 2009 in Las Vegas. Here's a sneak peek at what Lenovo will showcase.

25 Hot Products To See At CES 2009

With CES 2009 kicking off this week, ChannelWeb is giving you a sneak peek at a host of hot products that will make waves at the Consumer Electronics Showcase. From the strange to the necessary, here are 25 products you shouldn't miss at the show.

Apple After Steve: Five Potential Candidates To Replace Jobs

Apple is making its last appearance at the 2009 Macworld show and Steve Jobs won't even be in attendance. Here are five internal candidates who could take the reins after Jobs steps down.

The 10 Biggest Chip Stories Of 2008

Channelweb looks back at the microprocessor news and developments that made the biggest splash in 2008, in Silicon Valley and beyond.

The 10 Funniest IT Industry Episodes Of 2008

Channelweb looks at IT industry stories from 2008 that elicited peals of unabashed laughter from readers.

IBM Lotus Partner Awards

Which IBM Lotus partners have the most innovative solutions? Check out the winners of the Fifteenth Annual Lotus Awards.

10 Biggest Networking Stories Of 2008

It was a whirlwind year for the networking industry. From high-profile acquisitions and executive departures, to smaller vendors vying for a piece of the Cisco pie and three touch-screen smart phones facing off for touch-screen domination, 2008 had a lot to offer. Here are the 10 biggest networking stories of the year.

HP Launches Mac-Compatible Home Servers

HP launched the newest generation of its MediaSmart Home Servers. The big news? The MediaSmart servers are now Mac-compatible.

The 10 Biggest Storage Stories Of 2008

Acquisitions headlined the news in the storage industry in 2008, helping to define what the next iteration of vendors and their channels will look like in the years ahead, while good news about new technologies and clouds helped cover the bad news that storage growth is slowing.

The 10 Coolest PC Components Of 2008

From Nehalem to Antec's Skeleton, manufacturers brought the industry radical new ways to build PCs in 2008. Here are some of the coolest components we came across in 2008.

Affinity Index: Unix/Linux Servers

Hewlett-Packard's channel edge is reflected in the success of all its system lines, but the Palo Alto, Calif.-based computing giant really impressed partners over the past year with its SMB Unix/Linux servers, according to new research.

The 10 Coolest Open Source Products Of 2008

Open source applications continue to evolve into viable alternatives to proprietary applications. Here's a look at the 10 coolest open source products we saw this year.

Affinity Index: Collaboration Software

Pick most any SMB software category and odds are Microsoft will be a major player. And that's certainly true in the collaboration application space, where new research finds that Microsoft is a leader, but not a favorite, among solution providers.

The 10 Coolest Netbooks Of 2008

2008 saw a raft of new netbooks as the industry's newest PC form factor took the market by storm. Here's a look at some of the coolest among them.

Affinity Index: Network Attached Storage

A strong storage business combined with a strong presence in the small and midsize business market have combined to give Hewlett-Packard the highest marks for brand affinity, new research says.

Cisco's Best Practices: How To Keep Partners Satisfied

Cisco executive discusses how attention to partner communication, programs and profits creates a satisified and successful channel.

The 10 Coolest Notebooks Of 2008

From gaming to business, retail to commercial, Wi-Fi to WiMAX, 2008 was the most cutting-edge year ever in the history of mobile computing.

Affinity Index: Unified Communications

Solution providers are doing more SMB unified communications business with Cisco Systems than any other vendor, but the networking powerhouse wasn't the top choice when it came to scoring vendors in the new Channel Affinity Index.

Scenes From IT ChannelVision: Government Edition

Government solution providers hit Hollywood, Fla. this month for the IT ChannelVision: Government Edition conference to talk about the latest trends in the federal, state and local IT spending market. Here are some scenes from the show.

The 10 Coolest Smartphones Of 2008

It was an awesome year for smartphones. From iPhones to BlackBerrys, 2008 saw the emergence of touch-screen titans, the first LG smartphone to hit the U.S. and the first device based on Google Android. Here are the 10 coolest smartphones that hit the market (or at least promised to) in 2008.

Top 10 Malware Attacks Of 2008

2008 was the biggest malware year to date. Consequently, malware authors went out of their way to launch creative attacks that grabbed victims' attention, as well as their wallets, in order to stay competitive. Here are a few of the biggest scams and schemes we found this year.

Affinity Index: Systems Management Software

In the market for SMB systems management software, VARs say their services attach rate is the most important factor when considering a vendor. A vendor's ability to meet project targets and end users' brand preference are also important, according to new research.

The 10 Biggest Cisco Stories Of 2008

Cisco rode high in 2008 with major product launches and big gains in enterprise telephony, but it also took some knocks, both from the economy and in court. ChannelWeb takes a look back at the networking vendor's year.

The 10 Biggest Apple Stories Of 2008

ChannelWeb takes a stroll down memory lane to look at the most important developments surrounding Apple in 2008.

IBM Hardware Boss: 10 Reasons We Will Succeed In 2009

IBM's hardware czar is taking no prisoners in his quest to grow IBM server market share in 2009.

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