CRN Channel News

  • Would-be Wireless
    I have been thwarted. I'm on the ground here in Toronto for the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, only to discover that neither the broadband connection in my hotel nor the myriad wireless networks I've found in the convention center appears to be all that happy with my notebook.
  • Oracle: DOJ Failed To Prove Antitrust Case
    Oracle says in a filing that the government didn't prove its proposed acquisition of PeopleSoft would reduce competition. The Justice Department, however, cites substantial anti-competitive effects from an acquisition
  • Microsoft's Partner Conference begins this weekend. Do you know what your customers need?

    Keeping the User in Mind
    Microsoft Partner Conference begins in Toronto
  • Veritas sets off post-July 4th fireworks that included more than a dozen earnings warnings for the second quarter

    Software And Storage Spending Hits the Skids
    Veritas sets off a string of post-July 4th fireworks that included more than a dozen earnings warnings for the second quarter
  • Giving Credit Where It's Due
    Tech Data has boosted the credit lines of 1,728 solution providers focused on government and education accounts in preparation for the upcoming federal buying season.
  • In the hot seat this week: Channel Programs

    Round 2: Additional Thoughts On How To Build Successful Agent Models
    Those of you who watch CRN Online closely probably noticed last week's story about Cisco's plans to end its E-Agent Program at the end of this month. The networking hardware giant had been attempting to create a viable influencer/agent model for channel partners that aren't interested in taking title to product.
  • OctiV Clear Call
    Clear Call Enhances Conference Call Clarity And Normalizes Volume
  • Westcon Opens D.C. Warehouse
    Westcon Group has opened a 78,880-square-foot warehouse and integration facility in Sterling, Va., allowing it to put its entire inventory and logistics operations from its Comstor, Voda One and Westcon divisions under one roof for the first time. To do so, the Tarrytown, N.Y.-based distributor consolidated three warehouses in Elmsford, N.Y., Pittsburgh and Chantilly, Va.
  • New platform manages Web apps, infrastructure

    Hyperic Eases Network Tension
    The groundswell of open-source technologies entering today's networks has in many ways forced traditional network management platforms to play catch-up to the open-source community.
  • Embarcadero Does It Better
    Businesses that need to design, create and maintain database applications are faced with an onslaught of unstructured data formats and complex data relationships. Data architects, developers and administrators need an easy way to understand the state of an enterprise's data, and a model-driven solution is often the answer.
  • DTI Data, Stellar Excel In Data Recovery
    Being able to recover lost data is crucial for businesses of any size. The average end user may believe that data recovery is easy and uncomplicated, but in reality it's time-consuming and very difficult to achieve. If not performed precisely and in a timely fashion, the results could make a bad situation even worse.
  • Maxtor Cites Channel In Expected 2Q Loss
    Is the channel to blame for dropping earnings at disk-drive maker Maxtor? The Milpitas, Calif.-based vendor warned earlier this month that revenue and profits for its second quarter would fall below expectations and blamed the shortfall in part on system builders delaying purchases in hopes that prices would decline. However, some system builders said they have not curtailed hard-drive purchases and that the problems at Maxtor may be confined to the company.