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  • Dell gets it right

    Brendan Cournoyer - TechTarget 09 Sep 2008
  • After slamming Dell last week for ignoring partners in its news announcements, it's only fair to point this out: Dell gives its channel partners prominent mention in today's press release about the ...

  • Will Juniper acquire its way into WLAN?

    Rivka Gewirtz Little 08 Sep 2008
  • The Financial Times (FT) website reported rumors today that Juniper Networks is interested in acquiring either Meru Networks or Aruba Networks -- both WLAN providers. FT attributes the rumors to ...

  • Microsoft’s virtualization party

    Barb Darrow - TechTarget 05 Sep 2008
  • Microsoft wants customers and partners to know that it's really, really REALLY ready to virtualize. So it's hosting its "Get Virtual Now" event Monday. It's invited a few dozen of its best-friend ...

  • Microsoft straddles political fence

    Barb Darrow - TechTarget 02 Sep 2008
  • Microsoft is making a bi-partisan effort to glom onto the political convention season. Microsoft was the "Official Software and HD Web Content Provider for the 2008 Democratic National Convention" ...

  • Jobs’ obit posted

    Barb Darrow - TechTarget 28 Aug 2008
  • It's an editor's worst nightmare: An obituary hits the wire before the subject is, well, is actually dead. (Insert Monty Python Holy Grail joke here.)  It happened yesterday when Bloomberg posted ...

  • Avnet/IBM and the importance of being certified

    Barb Darrow - TechTarget 26 Aug 2008
  • By Elaine Hom, Associate Features Editor SAN ANTONIO -- At Avnet/IBM's Ignition '08 Conference in San Antonio, the word of the day seems to be "certification." Every time I sit down at a table, I ...

  • CompTIA security-certified professionals now top 50,000

    Heather Clancy 25 Aug 2008
  • The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) says it has certified more than 50,000 IT professionals with its vendor-neutral CompTIA Security+ designation. How many individual vendors ...

  • Microsoft recruits Jerry Seinfeld for Mac attack

    Brendan Cournoyer - TechTarget 21 Aug 2008
  • We now know how Microsoft is spending $10 million of its $300 million campaign to combat Apple's "Mac vs. PC" ads: by hiring Jerry Seinfeld. The Wall Street Journal reported today that Seinfeld ...

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