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How companies can protect themselves beyond non-compete agreements

Intuit buys online payroll provider for $170 million

The acquisition of PayCycle will help to expand Intuit's SaaS offerings for small businessesrn

Intel targets all-day battery life for netbooks

The chip maker's wish is more easily said than done as consumers demand high-performance notebooksrn

Windows Server 2008 R2 to be released in October

The OS will debut on the same day as Windows 7rn

Apple’s third-generation iPhone

Plus, Dell's Inspiron Mini 9 netbook is no more, and Toshiba introduces its first netbook

Video: A conversation with Comptia’s Todd Thibodeaux, part one

CDN editor Paolo Del Nibletto sits down with the president of the global IT trade organization for a wide-ranging video editor

Latest release of Sun’s OpenSolaris is debuted

OpenSolaris 2009.06 also the preview release for the next major Solaris update for enterprises

Acer may be first with Android netbook

The netbook is an Atom-based Aspire One with Android instead of Windows XP rn

Nvidia plans to produce Tegra II in 2010

Nvidia plans to start manufacturing the second version of Tegra next yearrn

Intel shows Lynnfield and Clarkdale boards

Lynnfield will ship around September, an Intel representative saidrn

The most useful and most under-used sales tool, ever

The amazing power of testimonialsrnrn rn

ShadowProtect backs up, recovers files locally

A good choice for those who need a physical or local network backup solution

Ingram Micro Canada’s Mark Snider gets some help

Dave Mason will move up as vice-president, sales, as Brent McCarty takes over DBL Distributing

Fujitsu’s new M2010 netbook

Plus, Microsoft Bing versus Google and Nokia's N97 smart phone device

2009 Channel Elite Awards is open for entries

The annual CEA awards recognize the best innovation in the channel, so get your submissions in now

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