• Novell Retools PartnerNet Program

    Now that SUSE Linux is part of the team, Novell has refined its PartnerNet program to advance the new Linux lineup as well as its current offerings.

  • Program Overhaul

    A major channel program overhaul is under way at Trend Micro, with changes expected to take effect by February.

  • Boom Coming, IBM E-Commerce Chief Says

    E-commerce, which broke out with soaring sales this recent holiday season, is poised for more growth across-the-board, as current enterprise users upgrade aging systems and small and midrange companies enter the field in increasing numbers, said the head of IBM's e-commerce unit, Bart Lautenbach.

  • CRN Interview: Tarantella CEO Frank Wilde

    High-tech veteran Frank Wilde became president, CEO and director of Tarantella in mid-December. Previously CEO of Ravisent Technologies, he succeeds Doug Michels, who remains a strategic adviser to Tarantella. In an interview with CRN Senior Writer Paula Rooney, Wilde said he aims to grow the Santa Cruz, Calif.-based Citrix competitor by pushing the expanded Linux support and robust security of its Tarantella Enterprise 3 Version 3.4 line and bolstering Tarantella's channel base and partner programs in 2004.

  • Sun Narrows Loss In Q2

    Sun CEO Scott McNealy recently told VARBusiness that his company is rocking, and second quarter results released Tuesday indicate the company is, well, soft rockin' anyway.

  • Texas Instruments CEO To Step Down

    Richard K. Templeton will take over as president and chief executive of semiconductor maker Texas Instruments in May, succeeding Thomas J. Engibous. Company officials called the move a planned and orderly succession.