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Trend Micro gains bigger Canadian presence

Security vendor acquires Ottawa-based Third Brigade

Six ways to get employees to use CRM software

Quality CRM products is the best and simplest way to induce dynamic change in an organization

Acer working on several Android devices

Acer will ship an Android-based smartphone this year and is testing the software on several other devices

Acer beat Asus in netbooks last year, to ship 12M this year

Acer shipped just over 5 million netbooks last year

SAP first quarter earnings drop 16 percent

Revenue also fell 3 percent, dragged down by a fall of one-third in software salesrn

Softchoice issues corporate sustainability report

Toronto company becomes the first North American VAR to release green activities

Ontario’s sales tax harmonization impacts the channel

By writing off the sales tax on IT networking equipment, Bell Canada is predicting it will save $80 million yearly

Microsoft is doing something half right

Windows 7 will go a long way to improving Microsoft's image

McAfee launches ‘online 911’ for cybercrime victims

The Web site is a first stop for people who want to take action after a cybercrime

Pioneer sets out plan to return to profitability

The company is cutting jobs and looking to new investors and partners for help

Apple is sued after pressuring open-source iTunes project

Apple forced Bluwiki to take down the iPodhash project last December

Two Ontario Microsoft solution providers merge

Navantis and Legend Corp. team up to try to own the entire lifecycle management services pie

Seven new tips for staying in contact with clients

Figuring out the contact chain for success

Oracle Leaves ‘Em Wanting More on Its Plans for Sun

The software vendor hasn't said much about what it intends to do after buying Sun. Users are waiting for answers

Microsoft sets date for Windows 7 public release

Some subscribers may get the new OS on April 30rn

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