SCO expands its focus beyond litigation to product sales, with agreements that will supply preconfigured, customized white boxes to resellers.
Sources say the company has had trouble signing up VARs because of a lack of trust, while Dell says customers simply prefer to buy its own brand.
Just one touch to connect field teams and assets to a company's back office systems.
RFID is hot, but most VARs can't handle the complex integration puzzle of an RFID installation. CompTIA and its partners are trying to alleviate that problem, with training and certification tests VARS can show customers as proof of their RFID competence.
OEMs waste no time putting AMD's upgraded 64-bit Opteron processors and Intel's enhanced Xeon DP chips in their systems.
Review: Gigabytes in the palm of your hand. Take your data anywhere. What's not to like? We put two USB 2.0 hard-drives into The Slap-Down Cage, where two drives enter, one drive leaves.
Analysis: Building your own PC has never been easier or offered as many choices as it does today. Here, we read the tea leaves to see how emerging technologies in 2005 will shape PCs for those of us who build our own.