CRN Applications and OS News

  • Review: QuickBooks 2007 Goes Googling
    The latest version of Intuit's small-business accounting software, QuickBooks 2007, brings Google marketing tools to help boost a small firm's online presence plus new features that make the product easier to use.
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  • CA Adds Configuration Management Database
    CA on Wednesday introduced its first commercial configuration management database that will include recently acquired automated dependency mapping technology that correlates IT assets with business services.
  • Analyst: Intel 'Clearly Executing'
    Despite some missteps in recent years, Intel stands to be more competitive going forward, according to semiconductor market analyst Nathan Brookwood of Insight64.
  • Mozilla Releases Firefox 2.0 RC1
    Mozilla is slated to unveil a release candidate of Firefox 2.0 on Tuesday, the next step toward finalizing the browser's first major upgrade in a year.
  • Sony Reshuffles Management
    Sony has reassigned several executives to further align its structure along its core consumer and semiconductor businesses and strengthen product development and quality.
  • Klir Gets Collaborative
    Klir Technologies, an IT management software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider, on Monday launched a beta version of a collaborative tool that allows its users to share best practices.
  • Novell Inks White-Box Makers For SLED 10
    Novell has signed deals with five white-box manufacturers to preload and distribute PCs globally with its SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 operating system and is in talks with other PC makers to do the same.
  • Pioneer Sues Samsung SDI For Patent Infringement
    Pioneer has filed a lawsuit against Samsung SDI Co. Ltd. (SDI) and several other Samsung companies in federal court, claiming that Samsung infringed several Pioneer patents related to plasma display panel technology.
  • CDW's Margin Changer
    CDW's $175 million blockbuster acquisition of world- class solution provider Berbee Information Networks opens the door to significant new margin pressure on Cisco Systems, IBM and Microsoft solutions.