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Microsoft’s next generation OCS solution

Plus, how partners can protect customers from botnets and Adobe and Google form partnership

Apple iPad versus the iPhone: Why I don’t need both — yet

While the iPad can do a lot of things the iPhone can't, I don't need to own both devices-but you might

HP wants to bring managed print to the midmarket

HP's new managed enterprise services business unit is focused on the enterprise market, but the next phase will see the channel enabled to bring managed print to the midmarket and SMB

Seven new ways to boost sales targets

Time to be shrewd and creative about who you target

Details of AMD’s six-core Phenom II chips are leaked

AMD declines to confirm specs, saying it didn't publish the information

Top 5 April Fools high tech pranks

Play pranks on your family, friends, and coworkers with the tech they use every day--and avoid like-minded mischief makers.

Asus to reveal its iPad-killer

Asustek's 10-inch tablet device will debut at Computex this June

Bell Micro is left to wonder; what could have been

Distributor's debt load was too much to control on their own

Jury sides with Novell in long-running SCO battle

SCO could appeal and may continue to pursue its case against IBM

Greenpeace says the cloud is a carbon polluter

The environmental group wants the big Internet companies to lobby for more sources of renewable energy

Ontario gets expanded e-waste recycling options

Ontarians have no excuse for tossing old iPods in the trash as a province-wide recycling program doubles its list of devices and drop-off locations

Anne Mulcahy to step down as Xerox chairman

The former CEO is widely credited for turning around the company

Montreal security VAR offers ID access control tool

Above Security has partnered with Xceedium to improve its identity-based access control portfolio

Cisco announces new Valet, Linksys 802.11n wireless routers

Cisco's new 802.11n home router lineup emphasizes easy setup home setup, accessible features, and Linux

Unified communications deployment options

Plus, Microsoft extends 90-day free Windows 7 enterprise trial until end of 2010 and SMBs and managed services

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