Lenovo rumoured to be acquiring BlackBerry 
Chinese vendor could be second time lucky, say reports.
 
DC fattens data centre lineup 
Adds SanDisk to growing roster.
 
Startup gets keys to Fujitsu's Perth data centre 
Cloud Lands adds big vendor credibility.
 
Optus is first telco to sell BlackBerry's square phone 
 
Distribution Central scores deal for Fujitsu's Eternus 
Major distribution win for key Fujitsu storage product.
 
Bash bug: Cisco, Juniper to issue emergency updates 
Oracle, Sophos, McAfee also working on fixes.
 
Linux 'Bash' flaw dangers could exceed Heartbleed 
Security experts urge admins to deploy patches.
 
Landmark deals drive Canberra Data Centres' national expansion 
Aussie outfit backed by ASI Solutions takes on data centre giants.
 
Major DDoS campaigns driven by Linux servers 
 
Aussie IaaS operator launches pick-and-mix data centre 
Hypernode offers smorgasbord based on Huawei, Equinix and China Telecom.
 
BlackBerry closes chapter on restructuring process 
 
BlackBerry opens up BBM to Windows phone users 
 
Dell and BlackBerry scoff at IBM-Apple alliance 
 
Juniper cuts mobile security for US$250 million  
 
BlackBerry hires ex-Sybase executive for "quality" role 
Marty Beard brings cloud application expertise to vendor.
 
Shut up Siri: BlackBerry gets its own Assistant 
Updated version of the BlackBerry OS includes voice-activation.
 
Fujitsu channel grows 274 percent in a year 
 
Fujitsu World Tour rolls into town 
Check out who was at the Sheraton on the Park, Sydney.
 
10 ways the IBM-Apple deal is momentous 
What the union of enemies-turned-friends means for the channel.
 
BlackBerry explains square phone 
Upcoming Passport device is for spreadsheets.
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CRN Magazine

Issue: 332 | October 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.