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Channel news: Hack cracks 10K sites; Dell invests ‘millions’ in channel

Cyber crooks hijack 10,000 websites Bon Jovi, Mother Teresa pages attack end users. [TheReg]

Dell exec: ‘millions’ invested so far in channel Dell Exec: ‘Millions’ Invested So Far In Channel. [ChannelWeb]

Novell readies ‘virtual machine driver pack’ Novell claims it will become the first vendor to offer a supported solution for Xen virtual machine guests. [eWEEK]

Linux movers and shakers seek common ground At the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit held at the Googleplex, Linux developers, IHVs and ISVs hash out their differences. [Linux-Watch]

IT managers doubt open source deals will bring change Microsoft is lining up Linux partners to maintain the dominance of its operating system. But will it work? []

10 ways to determine if video conferencing can up your productivity and reduce your costs Video conferencing technologies are the most in-demand applications of the information age. Learn how it can help you boost productivity and reduce costs.[SearchVoIP]

Microsoft headed for a services show-down with its hosting partners During the past couple of weeks, Microsoft officials have started touting publicly the handful of hosted managed services that Microsoft is selling directly to customers. But what does Microsoft’s managed-services plan mean to companies that have built businesses around selling hosted Exchange, SharePoint, SQL Server and other wares for the past few years?[All About Microsoft]

Gartner gives Oracle increased edge over IBM in database market Oracle increased its lead over IBM in the relational database market last year, while third-place Microsoft gained ground on IBM, according to sales totals compiled by Gartner analysts. [Computerworld]

Verizon’s CTO talks Blog: Mark Wegleitner, Verizon’s chief technology officer, dishes the dirt on where the company is headed from a technology perspective in the next few years. [CNET]

AT&T quietly offers $10 DSL plan Without any sort of fanfare, AT&T Inc. has started offering a broadband Internet service for $10 a month, cheaper than any advertised plan. [AP]

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