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Intel gives sneak peak of its very own smartwatch 
 
Help us help ourselves, says Deakin Uni IT boss 
CRN speaks to chief digital officer William Confalonieri.
 
Ignore Microsoft research: don't use weak passwords 
Password managers and strong credentials remain the best way to keep data safe online.
 
Reseller’s Report Card: The Missing Link 
Alex Gambotto says that consistency is key in partner programs.
 
Govt CIO on how resellers can hit the sweet spot 
Q&A with Andrew Cann, CIO, WA Department of Sport and Recreation.
 
The new technologies needed for dealing with big data 
 
The new Privacy Act means opportunities for ‘trusted advisors’ 
 
AMD back in the black, but PC division shrinks 15% 
Consoles help the company return to profitability.
 
Microsoft: Surface RT branding confused customers 
Customers don't know the difference between Surface RT and Surface Pro, Microsoft claims.
 
First Twitter app for Android tablet hits Samsung Galaxy 10.1 
Twitter's rolled out a tablet-optimised Android app - but only for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
 
Distributor Ingram Micro named Acer partner of the year 
 
Microsoft could merge Windows with Phone app store  
 
JB Hi-Fi reports strong sales growth 
Commercial business growing off small base.
 
Feds fall behind on e-health sign-ups 
Data already delivering insights.
 
The impact of Amazon service outages 
 
7 shocking truths about big data 
Increase global competitiveness.
 
Solera's big data opportunity for partners 
 
Amazon cuts prices on DynamoDB database service 
 
HP goes large with big data 
 
Visa threatens banks over spammer accounts  
Delinquent banks scared, shutter spammer bank accounts.
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CRN Magazine

Issue: 331 | September 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.