Business Objects CEO reaffirms commitment to VARs
Microsoft exposes open source’s ‘hidden costs’
Minimizing tech support calls
Black Friday turns bloody
Valleywag death signifies tough times online
CDW sees growth in government market
Looking for a silver lining in IT spending predictions
Cisco imposes week-long US and Canada operations shutdown to slash spending
Microsoft: 0% financing helps partners
VMware announces 2nd annual partner show
Encouraging news in tough times
VMware MVP at least a year away
CDW awards partners of the year
EPEAT makes it easier for resellers to be green
What ‘net new’ kemosabe?
Microsoft plans more security offerings
DR testing: Adding value
Juniper’s KJ the new Yahoo chief? Microsoft-Yahoo dance continues?
Obama’s CTO: Let the jockeying begin
Microsoft sets its sights on consumer security
Cisco VARs consolidate: INX acquires NetTeks
Vista-capable suit highlights PC power rifts
Yang to exit Yahoo
Symantec CEO John Thompson to retire
Microsoft-hosted ERP: Still a mystery
Obama finds it’s not easy being tech savvy
Ripped from the headlines: Virtual adultery leads to real divorce
Microsoft Dynamics offers 0% financing
Tata starts Web 2.0 business practice
Top 3 emerging company success factors
Tom Brady knee injury inspires EMC campaign
When topless meetings are business appropriate
Nortel in too deep; analysts say sale coming
Whoa! Wookey lives on at SAP
Reseller ROI: Becoming an emerging technologies expert
Integrated security suites neither integrated nor sweet
Why financing or leasing can be a deal-maker
Google CEO as Obama economic advisor
Are you leverageable?
Cisco predicts sales to drop in Q2; will ride out storm with hiring freeze
ERP swoon–Is it Microsoft specific?
Reseller ROI: Eliminating evaluations
Circuit City sinks further into sunset
Sun CEO to open source ponytail
Will the year end with a bang or a whimper?
VARs: What’s your ROI?
Microsoft fills in some cloudware bits with Azure
NetApp cancels user conference because of travel cuts
The Onion skewers Microsoft’s blue screen of death
Half-baked virtualization and you
Salesforce.com crashes Microsoft’s party
Hasta la vista, Vista!
PDC priority: Proving Microsoft’s mojo
Symantec’s Security Operations Center: A look inside
Tactics for gaining ground in big-vendor territory
Ripped from the headlines: Avatar abuse
Sun founder Bechtolsheim and former Cisco exec Ullal lead Arista Networks
RSA names partners of the year
Symantec tries to mend its ’stubbed toe’
Bad economy good for VMware? And Microsoft?
Dealing with large manufacturers
Call it what you want, recommending green tech thing takes more than a superficial interest
Could hosted services spur tension between distributor and partner?
Don’t go cheap on me
Symantec may not replace Julie Parrish
Symantec launches training, SaaS programs
Laurus Technologies: Symantec’s rookie of the year
CEO Thompson absent from Symantec partner show
The official Windows 7 name: Windows 7
Finding the right products to bet on in a tough economy
Man bites dog; VAR loves vendor
Microsoft-Yahoo coming back to life?
Julie Parrish leaving Symantec
Amazon tiers S3 prices, provides volume discount
What will the financial services crisis mean for the IT offshore outsourcing movement?
Brocade pulls off the impossible: Financing
Prospering in the recession: Preparation
Vendors: Invest more in channel sales and less in operations, study says
Microsoft plots SQL Server 2010
Cisco fights channel partner over deal registration in court
An SMB CEO’s view on where innovation equals technology
Aggregating manufacturers: Very bad for the channel
Dell: HP playing catch-up with LeftHand acquisition
Windows Cloud coming to Microsoft PDC
HP ProCurve-Colubris acquisition closes; channels unify
Economic meltdown: What’s a reseller to do?
Windows, SQL Server moving to Amazon cloud
Report: Apple Mac Pro smell is toxic
Brought to you by Microsoft: More bad ads
Not buying it
Oracle takes on storage partners
Oracle throws hardware at disk bandwidth problem
Ten lessons from Oracle OpenWorld
Microsoft makes SBS 2008 bits available to (some) subscribers
IT decision makers split on impact of impending election
So, what’s the killer Oracle feature?
Up, up and away: Oracle heads for the clouds
Oracle rebuilds partner training