All CRN Blogs

  • Can EMC Live Up To Its Promises?
    EMC recently turned 25. And like a youth coming of age, it wants to take on the world and live up to its promise and promises. But is it ready?
  • Tennis Anyone?
    Spent some time last night with IBM server team over at the U.S. Open in Flushing Meadows (over in Queens).
  • Shaves next generation storage system to meet deadline

    Microsoft To Ship Longhorn in 2006 Without WinFS
    Microsoft will release its Longhorn version of Windows client in 2006, but without the next-generation storage and file system known as WinFS.
  • Cuban Sees HD Layup With Cheaper Storage
    Tech visionary, HDNet founder and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has an eye-opening blog item about the state of PC storage and its impact on high-definition digital media.
  • Investor Groupthink On Storage Misplaced
    Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina is so powerful that when HP preannounced it had crashed and burned during its most recent fiscal quarter--disappointing investors in the process--the company brought down just about every other storage vendor with it.
  • Who's Educating Whom?
    When a team of CRN reporters visited Microsoft earlier this summer, we all sat in the meetings taking notes on our laptops.
  • Google IPO Less Risky, More Reasonable?
    Google's IPO is expected out of the chute as early as Thursday at an offering price of between $85 and $95--a number that had some investors disappointed.
  • Talk About Digital Divide
    Talk of the Digital Divide has been pretty quiet in this election season, what with most people with any sort of opinion venting spleen about the offshore outsourcing movement.