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IT alone can’t unwind the financial mess

Technology will assist in every recovery point, but it won't be the springboard

Schwarzenegger says stop whining about the economy

Speaking at the Cebit trade fair in Germany, the California governor pushed green technologies and the power of positivity

Microsoft executive says layoffs offset by more R&D

Up to 3,000 employees could be needed for Microsoft's research efforts this year, in part offsetting layoffs, a top company executive said Tuesday

Asus shows dual-screen laptop with touch input

Asus is displaying a prototype laptop at CeBIT with a touch-sensitive keyboard and two touchscreen displays

Nortel curtailing Carrier Ethernet switch/router investment

The embattled networking vendor will focus instead on packet optical transport platforms

Skype 4.0 VoIP Service

With a VoIP program like Skype, improved voice and video quality trumps dubious interface changes any day

Why Microsoft SharePoint could be a smart investment during the recession

Plus, Sony leadership changes and global IT spending forecasts

Five partner pillars for managed services success

Experts from Dell and Intel explore how partners can become managed service providers, and an IDC analyst explains the market opportunity

The economy takes a toll on security

Choices can lead to which arm or leg to cut off of the bodyrn

Citrix enhances its CSA partner program

Company removes barriers for partners to get into the sales cycle process

Video: Cisco’s stimulus package for the channel

Networking giant offers more incentives to solution providers on core equipment

Microsoft brings extended hosted services to Canada

Microsoft is extending availability of its hosted productivity and collaboration apps and claims converts from IBM Lotus and Google

Intel expects stimulus packages to boost IT spending

US$3 trillion in stimulus packages worldwide could translate into improved demand for IT, according to Intel

Dell sees opening for Atom-based PCs in small business

Atom-based laptops have been a rare bright spot for computer makers, which have taken a beating in recent months

Fujitsu Siemens debuts ‘zero-watt’ green PC

Fujitsu Siemens Computers plans to launch in the middle of this year an enterprise desktop that consumes no energy when switched off

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