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The Exit Interview

Martin Kalsbeek is leaving Ingram Micro Canada, but he will have a say in who replaces him

Bright new promo

Ingram Micro Canada and Optoma partner on a promotion

Leopard and Vista: Last gasp of the big OS?

The life of the big and bulky OS is coming to an end

360 Management Group gets off the ground

Former SMC Canada and Belkin executive starts up manufacturer's rep firm

LogLogic eyes the Canadian market

Silicon Valley data management and intelligence player wants to go global starting with Canada

It is all about the iPhone today

Bloggers are busy finding people with iPhones to call and a the story of a rock and roll suicide

Oracle turns to the distributors for SMB help

The vendor is tapping TechData and Ingram Micro to reach the SMB space, but Sage Software says going down market isn't always easy

Critics: Vista Ultimate add-ons promised not delivered

Designed to set Vista Ultimate apart from Home Premium, users are waiting for the Extras

IBM expands security audit and compliance software

Former Consul Insight software helps ensure internal security policies are being followed

High-speed SAS hard drive growth set to explode

Desire for energy savings, scalability and the move to blade servers will help fuel the boom

Google enlists Ingram Micro to advance enterprise push

The non-exclusive deal will see Ingram focus on selling the vendor's search appliances to the SMB, education and government sectors

Corel wants to help partners harness the digital media opportunity

After several recent acquisitions, the Ottawa-based software vendor is creating a digital media sales certification to help its partners sell the new Corel

DDR3 memory standard agreed

Standards body promises performance boost, reduced power consumption

HP wins on share, IBM on performance for supercomputers

With 40.4 per cent of systems HP has passed Big Blue in market share, while Intel is the preferred processor

Intel to lay off 800 workers in Colorado

A year after the XScale sale, Marvell is moving its business to TSMC

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