Mike Rhodin introduces many new products and strategic shifts for the channel
Affordability is playing a key role in the growth of the multi-function printer market – and its attracting a new breed of customers that the channel already has contacts with
With the Orlando Philharmonic playing Fanfare for the common man in the background, Mike Rhodin, general manager of IBM Lotus Software, announced the division’s biggest channel move to date.
The senior editorial staff at IT World Canada, publishers of CDN, were locked in a room with a crystal ball and prognosticated on what new trends, issues and acquisitions will make headlines in 2008.
IDC Canada shares its crystal ball outlook for the Canadian ICT sector, including why vendors need to show the channel more love
Symantec’s Norton SystemWorks Standard Edition simplifies system maintenance – once you get it installed
The Compaq 6910p is a reliable business notebook, but some bells and whistles would have been nice
The two vendors unveil the latest fruit of their joint collaboration
Security appliance vendor looking to expand partnerships
The IT skills shortage is a developing problem, not a full-blown crisis
IBM, VeriSign and the major search firms are all backing a framework that would ease the user name and password hassles
Servers, typically, are not considered sexy. To users, they’re plumbing. To corporate IT, they’re critical parts of the infrastructure. And to VARs, ISVs and resellers, they’re delightful sources of service revenue.
Unified communications can be a differentiator for channel partners in positioning themselves against the top players
The BI solution provider doesn’t know why it has been dumped, and Cognos isn’t saying
Orbex says it needed more resources to help its clients grow to the next level