Australian school among world's first IBM-Apple deployments 
 
HP reports PC sales flat and printing sales down 
 
HP networking chief Raymond Maisano resigns after 15 years 
 
Cisco and HP square-off on white switches, SDN 
Channel gets a serious competitor to Cisco.
 
Inside Foxconn Australia 
Global electronics giant opens doors of Sydney facility to CRN.
 
Apple's challenge to Office 365 and Google Apps 
[Comment] Now letting Windows users access iWork for free.
 
Top 10 best-selling tablets in the US in 2014 
 
HP memo reveals Enterprise Group reorganisation 
Blades, converged infrastructure businesses combined.
 
HP Software partner reaps millions as states shift to SaaS 
 
HP acquires big data encryption player Voltage 
Stepping up enterprise security software offensive.
 
HP loses senior 3PAR storage duo 
 
First year-over-year decline for global tablet shipments 
 
$1m back to school bonanza: reseller's Apple mega-sale 
Over 700 iPad and MacBooks deployed for school.
 
Five Reddit revelations from Bill Gates 
Microsoft co-founder tells what he thinks of Windows, Bitcoin and more.
 
Apple cheered for "biggest profit in corporate history" 
Latest quarter sees record iPhone sales while iPad struggles.
 
Review: why Windows 10 no longer feels like Windows 8 
Early verdict on the January 2015 build of Microsoft's OS.
 
HP product blitz: Microsoft Surface rival, Android tablets and more 
Unveilings overnight raise stakes in enterprise mobility.
 
Look out, Microsoft Surface: HP unleashes Elite x2 
Also reveals its first Android business tablets.
 
HP's Autonomy fraud investigation dropped in UK 
 
iPad Pro could come with stylus: analyst 
Filing hints at Q2 stylus release for iPad Pro.
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CRN Magazine

Issue: 335 | January/February 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.