Software

Bluechip Infotech celebrates after Nexenta wins place on $2bn IT panel.
It ain't Windows 365. Yet.
Combining 3D screens, motion tracking, a pen-like controller and 2D and 3D object scanning.
New Office 365 opportunity opens up in Aussie schools, businesses 
Moodle's integration could be good news for channel.
 
How Windows 10 will merge the tablet and PC 
Effort to perfect touchscreen Windows continues.
 
Australian resellers react to Windows 10 
Microsoft's announcements get the channel talking.
 
Gaza data services provider has Google-sized aspirations 
"We deliver in time, just as the client wishes."
 
EU could demand that web firms decrypt emails 
Reaching into "toolbox of repressive regimes"?
 
Microsoft offers free upgrade to Windows 10 for one year 
Plus major hardware reveal with holographic PC and 84-inch computer.
 
IBM hardware revenue hammered 
Fell 39 percent in fourth quarter.
 
Facebook clamps down on fake news stories 
 
SAP predicts cloud sales to surpass on-prem 
But not until 2018, and possibly at the expense of margin.
 
HP's Autonomy fraud investigation dropped in UK 
 
Global cloud vendor Jelastic arrives in Australia 
Perth web provider first to offer technology through NextDC data centres.
 
Myriad IT hits ace for Tennis Australia 
Fast50 company deploys Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
 
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.
 
Alleged Silk Road creator faces life in prison 
 
Microsoft ends free phone and online help for Windows 7 
Winding down support for most widely used OS.
 
Google's new trick for voice translation 
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Issue: 334 | December 2014

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.