IBM: Apple deal will drive "ton" of work for partners 
Sheds light on ideas for energy, travel apps.
 
Five companies that had a rough week 
Bets, lay-offs and partner poaching.
 
Lenovo looks outside China for smartphone growth 
 
10 things we learned this week  
Envelopes stuffed with $10k and going back to school.
 
14 flashy new solutions from the Flash Memory Summit 
 
Lenovo now shipping more smartphones than PCs 
World's largest computer maker riding high.
 
HP runs New York Times campaign against IBM 
Urging customers to dump IBM and jump to an HP partner.
 
Haswell vs Broadwell: worth the wait?  
Intel gives update on latest micro-architecture.
 
Chromebook sales will triple in next three years  
 
IBM acquires reseller's access management unit 
Second IAM buyout in a month to bolster cloud-based security offerings.
 
IBM creates "human brain" chip with 4,096 cores 
 
Lenovo Australia nabs former HP veteran  
Brendan Lau is new consumer director for ANZ.
 
Hightail scores Lenovo PC tie-in 
Mega vendor will pre-load file sharing app on PCs and tablets.
 
Apple-IBM deal signals 'death of the desktop' 
MobileIron CEO argues it's game over, even if PC sales are improving.
 
The top 5 tablet vendors 
Who was on top in the latest quarter?
 
Lookout Amazon: IBM, Microsoft notch big cloud gains 
AWS way ahead, but finally has competition.
 
Transport for NSW chooses NEC, IBM for mega-deals 
Massive data centre and end user contracts up for grabs.
 
Dell and BlackBerry scoff at IBM-Apple alliance 
 
Intel ANZ pulls in Washington firepower 
Former US lobbyist to push Intel agenda in Australia.
 
Slumping iPad sales led to Apple-IBM deal, says Cook 
But still thinks tablet category is in its "early day".
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CRN Magazine

Issue: 329 | July 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.