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Windows XP is going, going gone

According to Microsoft's timeline, XP is on its way to becoming an ex-operating system

Calculating the environmental impact of printers

A software calculator from Xerox suggests how offices can reduce the environmental impact of printers

3Com OKs aborted merger

The deal with Bain Capital Partners and Huawei is off, but 3Com has its eye on a US$66 million break-up fee

Designing the next generation of virtualization technology

VMware is focusing on a higher tolerance for hardware failure

Samsung Canada signs Ottawa partner

IT division of the electronics manufacturer inks solution provider PrintersPlus

Lenovo’s Yang takes the high-end road

Lenovo group chairman Yang Yuanqing wants to challenge perceptions of Chinese companies as mainly producers of cheap, low-end products

Supercom Canada to become an Authorized Microsoft distributor

New offerings from Microsoft are expected to boost Supercom's reseller community

Dell gets into the IT-as-a-service market

Can the company be taken seriously and is there a Canadian channel play?

New Microsoft software codenamed “Albany” is designed for consumers

Plus, certifications and upgraded flying security measures

RFID to become a spying tool

Technology used for tagging can now be used for creating an invisible perimeter defense system

Early adopters sing the praises of UC

Integrating voice into the Web presence helps Canadian university

Plantronics Bluetooth headset is solid and slick

New Voyager 855 model comes with an earhook and a second set of earbuds

Moving Safari to Windows a mistake, says Mozilla CEO

John Lilly called Apple's decision to push Safari out to Windows users just wrong

Westcon adds Juniper to its Canadian lineup

With a growing niche in the security space, the specialty distributor aims to make ordering security easier for resellers

Microsoft Word attack on the way

Company tries to warn channel, but is it too late?

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