Japan free trade deal unlikely to mean IT price cuts 
Five percent tariff removed from electronics.
 
Heartbleed Bug discovered in Cisco and Juniper Gear 
 
BlackBerry would look at shedding handset unit 
 
Equinix completes $30m Sydney expansion 
Adds another 1,000 cabinets to Sydney data centre.
 
After job cuts, Juniper says marketing funds are next 
Broad cost-cutting initiative driven by new CEO.
 
10 things we learned this week 
Apple and Google agree on something, Microsoft are forwarding e-mails to cops
 
Juniper to slash hundreds of jobs 
High-growth businesses the new focus.
 
VMware Partner Exchange 2014: partners of the year 
Reveals top A/NZ resellers and distributors.
 
BlackBerry on track to profitability, says CEO 
 
BlackBerry on the rebound? 10 hopeful signs 
 
Anti-virus vendor warns of attacks on Linux, Unix Servers 
Group behind campaign has been operating since 2011
 
Equinix's Australian chief leaves post 
Will head up Avaya's local operations.
 
Fujitsu releases new Eternus DX Series storage systems 
 
CEO: BlackBerry has 50/50 chance of survival 
Predicts BlackBerry could be profitable by 2016.
 
Spotted! See who was at Fujitsu's Eternus launch 
Fujitsu hosted drinks at Sydney's Bar 100 last night for their Eternus launch.
 
Fujitsu demos tablet with ultrasonic haptic feedback 
By | Comment Now 
Replicates different levels of friction on the same touchscreen display.
 
BlackBerry Q20: back to Qwerty basics 
 
BlackBerry goes back to basics in quest to recover customers 
By | Comment Now 
Not abandoning the classic BlackBerry handset.
 
See inside Equinix's 2000-rack Sydney data centre 
From cooling towers to generators and biometric security.
 
Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600 
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Issue: 326 | April 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.