CRN Channel News

  • 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.
  • Building Wealth
    There's a lot to be learned from the "share the wealth" culture at 100 percent employee-owned solution provider Marco of St. Cloud, Minn.
  • ScanSource 4Q Revenue Ahead of Expectations
    ScanSource shares increased 5 percent Thursday after thedistributor said it expects fiscal fourth-quarter revenue to be between $328 million and $338 million, compared with consensus estimates of $297 million.
  • Former GE Access exec settles into new role as distributor's COO and president

    John Paget Talks About Synnex
    John Paget Talks About What Synnex Means To Him And Where He Wants To Take the Company.
  • Accenture Profit Surges 59 Percent
    IT consulting giant Accenture said profit for its latest quarter surged 59 percent, helped by an economic recovery in many parts of the world.
  • Hamilton-Burr Duel--Again
    An IBM sales representative, Hamilton took part in a historical re-enactment of an event that took place 200 years ago in Weehawken, N.J.
  • Key trends, facts and interpretation you need to run your business

    Enterprises Living On the Edge
    According to Yankee Group research, enterprises are allocating 34 percent of their IT budgets to solve their edge-business needs. Of note, that is also the largest and fastest-growing portion of the enterprise IT budget.
  • VCs, Vendors, ISVs: A Powerful Trio
    The days of free-flowing venture capital may have ended for good, but VCs today are still eager to earmark money for innovative software start-ups and other tech firms, especially those in emerging areas like wireless, business-process management (BPM) or instant messaging.