10 software predictions for 2015 
Where's the smart money this year?
HP carves up software between Avnet and Ingram 
Ingram plucks IT Management portfolio from Avnet.
How the founder of a Canberra software startup made his education pay 
Microsoft open sources .NET 
Another step toward cross-platform compatibility.
10 things we learned this week 
Adobe and Game of Thrones have something in common.
10 things we learned this week  
Envelopes stuffed with $10k and going back to school.
Vox pop: Are Chromebooks ready for the enterprise? 
We ask Fronde, Technetics and Source Central Partners.
BlackLine Systems hires sales duo 
Execs bring 30 years of combined experience.
NZ and Sydney firms earn Sophos' praise 
Partners of the year at Sophos Asia Pacific event.
Source code for MS-DOS and Word released 
Computing museum granted access to two of Microsoft's software landmarks.
Google Now hits Windows and Mac 
Digital assistant arriving on Windows and Macs in coming weeks.
Are vendors driving your business or driving you crazy? 
RES Software launches app store with a twist 
New app store automates software installation for business.
The SaaS accounting war 
Accounting is a crucial battleground for upstart SaaS providers
Bridging the gap of death 
A switch to annuity deals doesn’t have to mean a cash flow calamity.
Google pulls Chrome ad extensions  
Google has pulled two Chrome browser extensions after they began spamming users with ads, breaching the company's policy.
Oracle's $1.4bn buyout 
Acquires marketing software specialist Responsys to chase Salesforce.com.
Oracle results show hope for hardware 
Nokia to launch Android smartphone "next year" 
Will Microsoft bring back the Start menu? 
Could make up for controversial omission.
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Issue: 337 | April 2015

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.