Opinion: Citing lack of evidence, a U.S. court denies SCO motions against IBM; SCO should listen carefully.
Opinion: The well-known Russian anti-virus company plans major moves in OEM and VAR offerings in the United States.
Opinion: It wouldn’t be the first time that the feds have turned down a technology transfer.
Opinion: The IBM sale is just the beginning of acquistions that will change your business.
Opinion: While the traditional faith in IBM has declined over the years, there’s no question that it has remained central to business mindshare. Now, resellers and white-box makers won’t have to fight that battle.
Opinion: Promises before the sale should match the delivery afterward. If not, your customer—in this case an abbey with e-commerce aims—can lose a lot of money.
With the right update software, you can provide your customers with a real service, while staying close to them at the same time.
Opinion: The lowest price may not always win the contract, but that’s not the worst part.
White-box resellers fill a critical need in
satisfying diverse requirements.
If XP SP2 has showed us anything, it’s that one way or another, it’s vital to test your solutions before you ship them.
Opinion: Data storage is growing faster than total bandwidth. Does this mean we’re at the point of overlapping backups?
If pre-owned cars can work for Lexus and Acura, why can’t pre-owned PCs work for you when you’re bidding on fiscally tight projects?
Bounties and authentication proposals should have a positive impact on spam and a negative impact on spammers.
Opinion: The company’s acquisition of NetSolve, which sells a remote monitoring service, should work out well for network integrators and resellers.
ClearPath targets diminutive companies with an attractive channel-ready security appliance.