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SMBs caught in a false sense of IT security

Canada's smaller companies are adopting newer technologies but not thinking hard enough about potential security risks involved with them, a Symantec survey finds

With another CEO out, Yahoo’s turnaround stalled

Thompson resigns after resume scandal; What happens to Yahoo now?

Is November Win 8 tablet release too late?

Analysts say reports of November Intel-based Windows 8 tablet shipments put Microsoft in a tight spot

Intel wants to be inside the iPhone

Chip maker is hoping to entice Apple with its new focus on Smartphone chips

Dell, IBM announce servers with new Intel Xeon chips

New servers pack more processing power and memory to speed up database and cloud tasks

Is your BYOD policy out-of-date?

Try sampling BYOD user policiesrn

SAP rolls out new mobile apps

nalyst: SAP's mobile strategy makes plenty of room for partners

Intel introduces first server chips with 3D transistors

Intel's E3-1200 V2 chips for microservers are based on Ivy Bridge, while E5-4600 chips are based on Sandy Bridge

Lenovo goes small, really small with its desktops

New tiny one-litre desktop PCs measure just the width of a golf ball

Kaspersky launches managed security service provider program

New program offers low barrier to entry and allows partners to wrap-in own services and support

Spider Realvoice headphones

The Realvoice comes with four paris of eartips

Windows 8: Features the channel needs to know about

Windows 8 and Windows RT both include a Remote Desktop client

Symantec updates software for NetBackup appliances

SYMANTEC VISION 2012 NetBackup 5220 and Backup Exec 3600 are now ready to be updated to Symantec's most recent backup software versions

Twitter acquires email developer

Twitter continues to buy companies that can help boost revenue

Samsung launches low-end Windows Phone

With a 4-inch display the phone will compete with Nokia's Lumia 610

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