New Opportunities Emerge In The Emergency Mobility Market
by Jennifer Lawinski
As technology answers the demand to become increasingly more mobile, solution providers are given the opportunity to leverage partnerships to create solutions that can help workers on-the-move and generate new sources of revenue by expanding into emerging markets.
Competitors Take Wait-And-See Stance To Possible IBM/Lenovo PC Deal
Word that IBM is mulling a move to sell its desktop and notebook PC business to China-based Lenovo has executives at most of its competitors scurrying to stay out of the limelight until more details become available.
CRN Test Center: Pocket Drives
by Marc Spiwak
Many different portable drives have been made obsolete with the advent of USB pocket drives.
Linspire Sweetens The Pot For System Builders
by Test Center
The CRN Test Center takes a look at Linspire's plan for pushing Linux Desktop into the system builder channel.
Network, Physical Access Via One Device? Meet Mobio
by Kevin McLaughlin
Security startup Cryptolex emerges from stealth mode today with a handheld biometric security offering that can be used to access networks, applications, and door and building security systems.
Motorola Finds Symbol A Comfy Fit For Enterprise Mobility Push
by Edward F. Moltzen and Dan Neel
Motorola Chairman and CEO Ed Zander wants his company to win enterprise mobility business in large accounts and sees its $3.9 billion acquisition of Symbol Technologies as a vehicle for doing so.
Toshiba Changes Terms Of Insight/PC Wholesale Pact
by Steven Burke and Scott Campbell
Toshiba has changed its contractual terms and conditions with Insight Enterprises Inc. moving the company from a distribution agreement to a direct market reseller pact.
Review: StarTech.com Adapter Card Shines
by Mario Morejon
StarTech.com, which touts its site as the source for hard-to- find parts, offers a unique PCMCIA to PCI host controller card that works with any 32-bit PCI slot. The adapter card is ideal for switching mobile wireless WAN cards between notebooks and PCs, and works with USB 2.0, FireWire and LAN, including legacy network devices such as modems and RS232 devices. The adapter is compatible with most broadband cards, according to StarTech.com.