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One day only promo from Linksys

Ingram Micro Canada and Linksys partner on a promotion

Ingram makes a play for networking in mid-market

The broadliner's goal is to put sales, support and service resources under one umbrella

B.C. seeks to divert electronics from the landfill

Joining jurisdictions like Alberta, a levy on new electronics purchases will fund an e-waste recycling program

Sun launches first blades from new Intel deal

Blade market leader HP dismisses Sun as a non-player while chip rival AMD says it doesn't see a threat

Flexible keyboards

Ingram Micro Canada and Targus partner on a promotion

Are you a good loser?

A new approach to falling short on a deal and how to chase the right business

What really helps fuel inspiration in Silicon Valley?

Plus, how fishing for copper is causing communications problems off Vietnam, and a biting rebuttal on the state of the U.S. education system

Panorama on the Pega Exchange

Business intelligence developer partners with Pegasystems

Hitachi ships T-byte laptop hard drive

The new drive has energy savings with optional encryption technology

Supermicro creates the SuperBlade

Server maker releases new application optimized blade at Computex show

Security at a standstill

New Ipsos Reid poll shows that many Canadian companies fell victim to security breaches and virus attacks

Avaya acquired by private equity firm

Analysts have mixed reviews on the US$8.2 billion Avaya acquisition

Graphics card maker Nvidia facing 51 civil suits

The complaints allege price fixing with rival ATI. An analyst cautions system builders to check product prices

Why someone is not getting an iPhone

A big deal brewing with Microsoft and do IT professionals use too much jargon?

Ensure the success of IT projects

Managers play a significant role on tasks with a broad footprint, or impact, on the overall enterprise

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