Virtual WAN vendor launches channel program, targets Canada

Certeon has launched a formal channel program and is looking for Canadian partners for its virtual WAN appliance

NTT makes US$3.2 billion bid for Dimension Data

The South African solution provider made a big entry into the Canadian market in 2007, and its board is recommending acceptance of the NTT offer

Microsoft gets Intune with managed services

Or, managed services for $11?

Cloud fever at Microsoft with Windows Azure appliance

New Windows Azure appliance launched at Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference

Slideshow: HP Tech Forum 2010

HP urged partners to converge, innovate and transform at this year's conference

Cisco’s Emerging Technologies chief speaks out

Marthin De Beer goes one-on-one with CDN editor about the new Connected Grid strategy

Cisco unveils the Connected Grid

Networking giant develops portfolio for conserving energy in business and the home

NCR and Cycom help Sick Kids patients and visitors find their way

New Wayfinding units coming soon to Sick Kids will help ease patient flow and reduce wait times

Federal court rules Canadian ISPs aren’t broadcasters

Decision could help Ottawa sell loosening of foreign ownership restrictions on telecommunications companies to those worried about protecting Canadian content

ESPN uses Cisco and telepresence to bring World Cup soccer to your television

Faced with broadcasting the FIFA 2010 Soccer World Cup from remote locations in South Africa, ESPN turned to Cisco Systems and its telepresence technology

Cisco takes on Apple with Android-based Cius business tablet

Cisco Systems has entered the tablet market with the Cius, a business-friendly video tablet running Google's Android OS

AMD announces $99 cloud chip

This is the chip maker's successor to Istanbul and it draws less power

New HP data centre solutions target complexity, cost

New HP technologies help give customers greater visibility and control of their IT infrastructures

Three open-source options for network security

With open-source networking you can enjoy the benefits of lower costs, greater security, flexibility, extensibility and full enterprise support

Internet “Judgment Day” is looming. Are you ready?

The Internet as we know it is quickly reaching its limits. Here's what partners and vendors are doing to help us transition from IPv4 to IPv6

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