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Sun close to releasing xVM Server

Vendor has started an early access program for its xVM Server hypervisor

Toronto company offers analytics-as-a-service

Panorama Software's PowerApps service may be best used by ISVs

Thoughts on Dell’s mission to increase shareholder value

Plus, a new Eee PC from Asus and Dell and cloud computing

Microsoft offers Second Shot for its certification exams

One free re-take available for a limited time for each paid for and failed exam

McAfee and MXI Security developing joint public sector offerings

Government agencies in Canada and the U.S. will have more options for encrypting data on portable devices, and a recent report suggests they'll need all the help they can get

Our home and mistake-riddled land

From high-tech toilets to airplane-friendly tights, a look at some wacky happenings in IT

Sybase pushes the unwired enterprise

CEO John Chen briefs attendees about the wonders of the "unwired enterprise" and how Sybase can help them get there quickly

Millennium Data Systems acquires VistaPages

Canadian-based managed services company acquires a Canadian managed hosting provider

Going green gets easier

Ingram Micro's partnership with the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool will make it easier to green the channel

HP considering touchscreens for next Mini-Note

Vendor also looking into Solid State Drives with higher capacities

Thoughts on Apple’s iPhone

Plus, Yahoo's shareholder vote and Cisco's Telepresence solution

Samsung introduces T.I.P. Trade-In Program to Canada

Customers can get rebates towards eligible Samsung printers when they trade-in their old ones

Apple improves on last year’s iPhone with 3G model

Company fixed a lot of the issues to make the iPhone enterprise worthy

A TelePresence implementation report from Procter & Gamble

Procter & Gamble discusses its progress, and its issues, with implementing Cisco's TelePresence video conferencing solution

It’s not your mother’s mobility anymore

From WiFi enabled chips to WiMAX to notebooks as a service and the shrinking laptop/handheld divide, the shifting mobility market holds opportunity for the well-positioned VAR

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