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Why Palm’s latest smartphone, Centro, is great for personal and business use

Plus, Wal-Mart and Everex and why XP still wins over Vista

Is mobile printing the next big market opportunity?

Printer vendors look to increase speed in mobile printing solutions

The business case for mobile collaboration

Mobility is front and centre on everyone's minds

Nick Tidd out at 3Com

Long time face of the networking vendor is leaving after 15 years at the company

HP Canada rides the Green Expressway

Canadian subsidiary rolls out the Blue Carpet for its new green IT initiatives

Six keys to virtualization project success

You can't determine project success without a yardstick

IBM pledges US$1 billion to unified communications

Throwing down the competitive gauntlet, Big Blue sets its sights on Microsoft

The knock on NAC

There were high hopes for network access control but complexity and lack of standards have slowed its adoption

Trend Micro jumps into e-mail archiving

Message Archiver is all about efficiencies

Microsoft, Sun expand their collaboration

New Interoperability Center opens in Redmond

HP shows off future printing technologies

Vendor aims to up its revenue with new printers and ink

Internet users in Kentucky who post content anonymously may soon face fines

Plus, online safety tips and why Howardforums is being asked to shut down

SAP Canada launches new push in the SME space

The ERP vendor is aggressively recruiting SME partners, and one Western Canadian partner explains why it has decided to go exclusive with Business One

Lenovo’s X300 targets channel and corporate users

New ultra-portable notebook looks like a MacBook Air but it's not a consumer product

Microsoft set to bring Blu-Ray to Xbox gaming stations

Plus, thoughts on Office Live Workspace and the telco marketrn

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