Michael Dell discusses his company’s departure from its traditional sales model and why hardware support doesn’t have to break your budget. Also: one VAR explains why he’d lie down with the lion
He calls himself a Luddite, but the executive director of Linux International has plenty to say about power consumption, the benefits of open source and an upgrade path for his parents
Chipmaker CEO chosen for orchestrating the biggest deal in Canadian IT business history
The CEO of ATI orchestrated the biggest deal in Canadian IT business history, giving AMD a bigger foothold in Canada. That’s why we chose him top newsmaker of the year
Seagate’s DriveTrust promises to lock down data in the hardware, rather than through firewalls or software
While there have been several reports of minor injuries, Canadian Apple VARs say that the recent Mac battery recall is no reason to push the panic button.
Partnership will focus on the creation of UTM devices and network-centred security
New survey highlights application performance concerns
Canada’s most successful chipmaker becomes part of Intel’s biggest rival in a deal worth more than US$5 billion
Canada’s most successful chipmaker becomes a part of Intel’s biggest rival in a deal worth US$5.4 billion
Canadian storage and security experts did not see this acquisition coming
Forrester Research predicts slight dip in growth curve due to competing economic forces
ORLANDO, Fla. – Information Builders Inc. will expand its relationship with Google and create more ties with Microsoft desktop tools, the company told its annual user group conference here.
Yang Yuanging wants to grow business in SMB and consumer spaces
Radio frequency technology may one day be used to track everything from tanks to toothbrushes