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Microsoft fixes 19-year-old Windows bug

Microsoft fixes 19-year-old Windows bug

Exploit would've attracted a six-figure price on the black market.
Barry Collins Nov 14 2014, 4:55PM Software
Reseller profile: It’s all about  the customers

Reseller profile: It’s all about the customers

Kytec is looking to build on a big 2009.
Lilia Guan Mar 30 2010, 10:00AM Collaboration
Resellers: how to choose a distributor

Resellers: how to choose a distributor

One of the most important decisions a reseller makes is picking his suppliers.
Sholto Macpherson , Negar Salek Aug 4 2009, 11:20AM Strategy
Trend Micro says resellers are nervous about the Cloud

Trend Micro says resellers are nervous about the Cloud

A hundred resellers attended Trend Micro's Security Challenge Series to learn more about its products and to get an update on the latest threats.
Jenny Eagle Apr 29 2009, 2:31PM Security
Ingram's Reseller of the Year 2008 Matrix CNI on surviving the economic downturn

Ingram's Reseller of the Year 2008 Matrix CNI on surviving the economic downturn

Deni Saupin managing director of Matrix CNI tells CRN how he plans to keep his business afloat this year.
Jenny Eagle Apr 17 2009, 10:00AM Hardware
Westcon speaks out about Cisco Distribution deal

Westcon speaks out about Cisco Distribution deal

Westcon is the first Cisco Global Distributor to streamline transactions for channel partners.
Jenny Eagle Apr 16 2009, 2:58PM Collaboration
Toshiba optimistic about SSD rescuing NAND maker

Toshiba optimistic about SSD rescuing NAND maker

Sending positive vibes to NAND flash memory makers everywhere, Toshiba says it’s optimistic about wider NAND flash deployment in the next couple of years, mainly within Solid State Drives.
Sylvie Barak Dec 1 2008, 7:59AM Hardware
Blacklists, whitelists and heuristics: Symantec describes new threats

Blacklists, whitelists and heuristics: Symantec describes new threats

iTnews talks to Vincent Weafer, VP Security Response, Symantec, about how server-side polymorphism is changing the security landscape.
Kathryn Small Nov 20 2008, 3:21PM Security
What's all this palaver about a world economic crisis?

What's all this palaver about a world economic crisis?

Rabid knows where the government’s $10 billion rescue package should go: straight into the hands of resellers.
Rabid Reseller Oct 28 2008, 2:44PM Finance
Top five myths about Direct-to-Net

Top five myths about Direct-to-Net

Considerable cost savings can be made by eliminating the need to backhaul over the WAN, according to Wayne Neich.
Wayne Neich Oct 28 2008, 10:51AM Collaboration
Merging on ridiculous - How about Harvey Rabid

Merging on ridiculous - How about Harvey Rabid

Rabid considers the big names in computing who may want to merge with his company.
Rabid Reseller Oct 9 2008, 11:28AM Hardware
How much do end-users know about content security?

How much do end-users know about content security?

The significance of content security is on the rise so CRN assesses how much education resellers’ customers need.
Staff Writers Sep 30 2008, 10:45AM Security
Well, it's a commercial about nothing

Well, it's a commercial about nothing

An adorable Bill Gates gets Matthew JC. Powell’s seal of approval.
Staff Writers Sep 29 2008, 3:27PM Software
Collaborative technology is all about people

Collaborative technology is all about people

David Tebbutt takes a look at the growing number of collaboration technologies, from wikis to IP-based telephony, and considers the common fears of companies that are attracted to the benefits but worry about a loss of control
David Tebbutt Aug 26 2008, 9:44AM Software
Small firms naive about security

Small firms naive about security

Small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) have developed a false sense of security and remain naïve about the threats, according to McAfee.
Shaun Nichols Jul 24 2008, 8:08AM Security
Let’s talk about VDI

Let’s talk about VDI

What impact has Virtual Desktop Infrastructure had or will have on business? Will it gain mainstream acceptance?
Darren Baguely Jul 22 2008, 10:33AM Data centre
Telcos complain to ACCC about Telstra's ULL service - again

Telcos complain to ACCC about Telstra's ULL service - again

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has recently received notification of two further telecommunications access disputes relating to Telstra's ULL service.
Lilia Guan Jul 8 2008, 2:34PM Collaboration
Organisations in the dark about unified comms

Organisations in the dark about unified comms

Companies are still wary of unified communications, says analyst firm Forrester.
Guy Dixon Jun 19 2008, 8:35AM Collaboration
Intel Solutions Summit: Upping APAC resellers’ mobility game

Intel Solutions Summit: Upping APAC resellers’ mobility game

New programs are in the pipeline so Intel’s Australian channel partners can realise the huge opportunity within the mobility space
Trevor Treharne Apr 24 2008, 6:17PM Hardware
Telstra answers last FAQ’s about CDMA closure

Telstra answers last FAQ’s about CDMA closure

Australian telecommunications giant, Telstra is counting down the last days of its CDMA closure. According to the telco, Telstra is alerting all remaining CDMA mobile customers that the final countdown has now started with just 10 days to go before the CDMA mobile network shuts down for good.
Staff Writers Apr 18 2008, 1:29PM Mobility

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