CDN’s November issue: Is it time to bury BlackBerry?

Hot off the digital press and ready for reading on your desktop, laptop or favourite mobile device is the November digital edition of Computer Dealer News.

In this month’s issue:

  • We review the latest disappointing news for BlackBerry, and wonder if its days are numbered. On a more positive note, we review the Z30 and the Q5 and find plenty about them to like.
  • We update you on significant executive changes at Avaya Canada and HP Canada.
  • We report from the road. Paolo Del Nibletto reports on program changes from Avaya’s partner conference in Cancun, Jeff Jedras has a big data update from IBM‘s Information on Demand conference in Las Vegas, and Candice So has a managed print update from HP’s campus in Boise, Idaho.
  • Plus, we go one on one with Dell Canada president Kevin Peesker for an inside look at the vendor’s new Canada-first strategy, and an update on what the company’s privatization means for channel partners.

All that and much more in the latest digital edition of CDN. Click the link below to launch the magazine, and happy digital reading.


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