After many troubling years, SGI is finding some real success with open source and the channel
Desktop label-maker is fun and intelligent way to slap a tag on almost anything
Kyocera’s Ecosys FS-C5020N printer may be small, but it proved to be a high-quality desktop-sized workhorse
Maxtor Corp. is shipping its next-generation SATA II and ATA/133 MaXLine, QuickView and DiamondMax hard drives targeted at enterprise, consumer and desktop marketplaces.
The MTV generation’s version of custom system building is fast becoming a trend that manufacturers are noticing
AMD Opteron-based machines gets some big channel support from EDS Canada, but an industry analyst raises issues of backward compatibily with 32- and 64-bit systems
Canadian solution provider teams with Nortel Networks to help America’s deaf, hard-of-hearing and speech impaired
Microsoft talked up innovation at Windows 20th birthday, but what will the future hold?
In the face of industry-wide consolidation, Serge Godin is making his own power play
Ex-Ingram president Murray Wright takes over at Lenovo Canada and must quickly address brand, channel, product and competitive issues
Manufacturer re-introduces the concept, this time powered by an AMD64 processor
Vendor to handle one million documents for coaches, athletes for 2007 Canada Winter Games
Meeting with users has helped Intuit Canada develop the needed features for its latest edition of QuickBooks small business accounting software, according to Gary Meeberg, director of QuickBooks payroll services.
Scott Peiffer, director of storage systems marketing for Intel Corp. admitted that sometimes the storage division feels like the unwanted stepchild of the chip making giant.
SAP hopes to spur partners to push sales of its Windows-based Business One enterprise resource management suite with an end-of-the-year financial incentive.