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Avnet launches SolutionsPath Playbooks for economic rebound

Value added distributor wants to turn itself into a solutions distributor

Five simple things you can do every day to improve your bottom line

New and important ways to keep your finger on the number-one activity that keeps your organization thriving

Undersea Internet cables undergoing repairs after typhoon

Taiwan's Chunghwa Telecom says communications traffic is mostly back to normal

Netscape founder invests in RockMelt browser

The startup is said to be run by two of the Netscape founder's former colleagues at Opsware

Next version of Microsoft Office for Mac details

Outlook for Mac will replace Entourage for Mac, new Mac Office due before Christmas 2010

Offer for Nortel’s carrier VoIP business seen as near

Nortel is on the verge of receiving a "stalking horse" bid for the business: reports

Twitter used to manage botnet, says security expert

Infected PCs received an RSS feed containing new instructions

Network tester Fluke Networks to buy AirMagnet

The companies say their combined product lines will provide views into both wired and wireless networks

The six pros and cons of cloud storage

Why a balanced approach is needed

There’s an easy fix to Microsoft’s Word ban woes: legal expert

Microsoft can avoid injunction, but paying i4i isn't likely, says patent attorney

Dell bets on Linux to expand netbook play

Dell is researching smartbooks, and will upgrade Ubuntu Linux OS on netbooks to version 9.04

PrinterOn and Ricoh partner on hotspot printing solution

PrinterOn's mobile printing technology will be exclusively embedded in select Ricoh printers, allowing partners to package a mobile printing solution

The desktop virtualization market space

Plus, Intel quad-core processors and Microsoft's Zune HD player

Hawkeye Channel Practice rewards partner collaboration with its PartnerConduit Network

New online multi-vendor platform is now in its beta stage, with a major launch planned later this fall

Nokia and Microsoft have a hand-held Office deal

Teaming with Nokia, Microsoft will offer Office Mobile applications on the Symbian operating system but still develop the Windows Mobile OS

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