NeoScale emerges in Canada

The storage security specialist is seeking VARs for its data encryption appliances

Adtran increases its voice to PBX

Networking vendor releases its first IP PBX product and promises partners it will limit the device's distribution

Trends-Managed IP services growing

London, U.K. - A study from analyst company Ovum confirms businesses are increasingly looking to service providers for managed connectivity, voice, security and other...

Nick Lisi returns to EMC Canada

EMC has welcomed back an executivewho took a tour of duty with one of the world's largest business intelligence vendors by appointing him to lead its Canadian operations.

Itanium in the shadows

SAN FRANCISCO - Itanium took a back seat to Intel's announcements at this month's bi-annual Developer Forum.

Cisco extends channel program

A Masters specification has been added to the partner program to reward specialization and breadth of skill

Desktop Linux and the enterprise

This year will see at least three new desktop open source suites aimed at the businesses. But buyers still don't see a need to replace Microsoft

Intel makes power a priority

SAN FRANCISCO - Intel Corp. next generation microprocessors will emphasize improved energy efficiency and increased power performance.

Developers have chance to roll dice on IE7

Microsoft is hoping the next generation of its browser hasn't been a gamble.

ProCurve on the edge

HP expands its lineup of networking products with new intelligent switches

Deloitte looks into the crystal ball of technology, media trends

The third annual study forecasts some key growth areas

Printing power to a point

New Lexmark C520 is fast, but not that fast

Storage goes in another direction

The third generation of Seagate Technologies' 2.5-in. Momentus drives, which for the first time use perpendicular recording, are now available to the channel.

Bell Micro takes bite of Apple

Bell Microproducts Canada has been selected as Apple Canada's exclusive Canadian distributor for its Xserve RAID and Xsan storage products.

Intel leaps into a new era

Intel jump-started the year by shedding its 15-year-old

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