Channelizing Web 2.0
by Larry Hooper
If there was doubt that the Web 2.0 phenomenon would hit the channel, it went out the window when Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers proclaimed Web 2.0 as the next big business technology for the channel.
Ready For Web 2.0?
by Larry Hooper
As we here at CRN gathered last fall to discuss our plans for the Web, it should come as no surprise that the term "Web 2.0" came up more than once as part of the conversation.
Hooray For Broadband Hollywood
by Karen Jones
When Apple's iTunes announced the availability of top-tier television content for Internet download late last year, tremors rolled through the Hollywood Hills. To date, Hollywood studios had tied themselves up in a Gordian knot of digital rights management issues, delaying the distribution of popular movies and television episodes via broadband downloads. Meanwhile, the horse was clearly leaving the barn. According to the Motion Picture Association of America, of the $6.1 billion their studios lost to piracy last year, illegal Internet downloads accounted for $2.3 billion.
NetSuite and CompUSA: A Landmark Deal
by Steven Burke
NetSuite's agreement to sell its Software-as-a-Service suite through national retailer CompUSA is a landmark deal that has the potential to dramatically alter the small-business software landscape.
Telephony Bits And Big Hair Issues
by Harry Brelsford
There is a lot of confusion in the IP telephony market, right down to the big-hair issues, and learning to be bilingual isn't easy. But that also means there is plenty of opportunity, says Harry Brelsford of solution provider SMB Nation.
Report: Online Shoppers Have A Four-Second Attention Span
by CRN Staff
Poor site performance is the main reason online shoppers leave a Web site, sometimes never to return.
Solution Provider Marketing Deserves Praise
by Jeff O'Heir
Solution provider Silicon East creates the right marketing messages
CES 2007: Netgear Showcases Internet Receiver For TVs
by Antone Gonsalves
Netgear introduced the Digital Entertainer HD, a set-top receiver for accessing and displaying online video and other content on a TV.
Top 10 Ways To Brand Your Business
by Nathan Eddy
Michael Oh, president of Tech Superpowers, brand-building strategy inherently brought wireless network availability to build Boston's biggest WiFo hotspot.