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  • Two Backup Appliances Score Big

    Backing up data is just as critical to small businesses as it is to enterprises. But in small companies, the responsibility of keeping on top of the backups often falls to the owner himself, who probably has little time for the extra chore. The CRN Test Center looked at two backup appliances that are easy to set up, work quickly and require little input from the user.

  • Belkin Connects With SMBs, SOHOs

    The first generation of wireless technology to hit the mainstream was slow, insecure and unreliable. But it has made tremendous strides, touting new standards, better security and, most notably, improved reliability.

  • Kofax Software Excels At Document Capture

    Kofax's new Ascent Xtrata is the most sophisticated document extraction software reviewed by the CRN Test Center. The Xtrata software automatically digitizes any scanned paper-based structured document via a paper processing automation tool that makes it one of the most cost-effective scanning software tools on the market.

  • Oracle Faces Channel Angst

    In an attempt to ease channel conflict, Oracle hopes to publish new rules of engagement internally in April and promulgate them to partners the following month.

  • Citrix Readies MetaFrame Upgrade

    Even as Microsoft begins chipping away at Bearpaw, the next version of terminal services, Citrix Systems will launch next quarter a major upgrade of its MetaFrame that offers enhanced licensing and performance, support for Microsoft's Remote Desktop Protocol, improved management and better mobile support.

  • Say Farewell To Discovery

    Microsoft has grounded Discovery, its planned server suite that was to have melded content management, e-commerce and EAI talents.

  • Transformation The Message Of Intel Forum

    Intel plans to unleash new advanced reference platforms for PDAs and cell phones this week, as the company seeks to pound home the theme of "transformation" of computing and communications during its biannual Intel Developer Forum.

  • IBM Pursues Self-Healing IT

    Taking the next step in its push toward next-generation self-healing systems, IBM this week plans to unveil an Eclipse-based toolkit for developing self-managing capability in IT environments.