Good news for Internet users, Web 2.0 is making it even easier to access and store data via the Web
Wireless printing is Lexmark’s goal for driving growth. It is what people call its ace in the hole.
Now that it’s more comfortably ensconced under the Cisco Systems umbrella, this year Linksys went after the SMB space in a big way and the channel manager for Linksys Canada, Bob Martin, unveiled big plans for growing the vendor’s partner base north of the border.
After launching Club Lenovo, a North American-wide SMB partner rewards program, Stefan Bockhop, director of channel sales at Lenovo Canada, says the program has brought nothing but good news for the company and its partners since its October launch.
According to Pete Edwards, general manager of CDW Canada Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of CDW Corp., there is a well-known saying for those working in the company that goes,
While the year began for Nortel Networks as most years have gone for the telecommunications equipment vendor, since the dot-com bubble burst, with more layoffs, with this third round of cuts in three years out of the way Mike Zafirovski, Nortel’s CEO, charted a course for the company that gives hope for better times ahead.
Usually we see Jim Estill in the upper half of the Top 25 Newsmakers list. Estill took the No. 1 spot a few years ago. He is down one spot from last year.
When she took the helm just 24 days into 2007 as president of Novell Canada, Katie McAuliff had three goals: increase the visibility of the brand, leverage its partner ecosystem and sharpen the subsidiary’s focus on pushing open source to financial services and identity management for healthcare.
Dave Frederickson, vice-president of the solution partner organization at HP Canada, had one of those years where all the stars align. He and his team could do no wrong.
Apple has no doubt had a very busy year. Wendy Hayes, managing director of Apple Canada, says the introduction of the new iPods and Apple’s most recent launch of the new Mac OS X Leopard are just a couple of the major announcements Apple has made in the industry this past year.
Before Mark Scott coined the acronym HaaS, the market was all abuzz about SaaS. No one really gave hardware-as-a-service a second thought.
This past year has been a busy and eventful one for global Web and desktop security software provider, Websense Inc. as the company continued to expand its growth and brand within the Canadian landscape.
Colleen Moorehead, the CEO of Nexient Learning, took partnering, not to mention mergers and acquisitions to a new level this year.
While environmental concerns are constantly creeping-up the IT agenda, cost concerns remain firmly on top of that list.
The good ol’ channel keeps the homes fire burnin’ at Acer Canada