The Linux distribution has become a darling among developers because it's willing to take technological leaps.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that HP is seeking to sell a stake in its Chinese corporate networking business in a move that could be viewed as a wedge against networking rival Cisco.
For the week ending Oct. 24, CRN looks at IT companies that were unfortunate, unsuccessful or just didn't make good decisions.
The scale-out version of Cisco's UCS Invicta flash storage product, which stopped shipping last month because of technical glitches, won't resume shipping until sometime during the company's January quarter.
The PC of the future will be here before you know it. Say hello to a super-high-definition world of computing, among other bleeding-edge transformative technologies.
For the week ending Oct. 24, CRN takes a look at the companies that brought their 'A' game to the channel.
Cloud Office at Rackspace will oversee development of the hosting platform for various Microsoft SaaS solutions.
We look at VCE from its start as a developer of reference architectures based on EMC, Cisco and VMware technologies through its transformation into a $2 billion developer of integrated data center solutions to now as a new unit of the EMC Federation.
The feature-rich HTC One holds up well against Apple's latest iPhone. The CRN Test Center compares the two smartphones.
In other top stories this week, VCE will officially become an EMC company. Also, Apple sees big numbers in the fourth quarter.
Microsoft reported 25 percent revenue growth for the September quarter, but restructuring costs held down profitability.
Amazon's September quarter left much to be desired, and it's safe to say the company's Fire Phone didn't help the results.
Wireless signals are taken for granted when at a highly populated event, including major sports arenas. Ventev Wireless Infrastructure specializes in the deployment of technonology through its channel partners for expanding wireless signals throughout arenas and high-density wireless areas.
Startup Cognitive Scale emerged from stealth with a cognitive cloud platform aimed at four industry verticals.
Security vendors have detected attacks using malicious PowerPoint files, as solution providers work to determine if clients should implement workarounds or the temporary fix Microsoft issued.
Silicon Valley still accounts for the lion's share of deals, but it's not the only place seeing M&A action.
Dimension Data CEO Mark Slaga talks about the company's success over the past year, crediting the company's Nexus acquisition and Cisco partnership for the growth.
If Symantec had the cash on hand to acquire technology and talent to fill in the gaps in its portfolio, solution providers and industry analysts said these hot security industry startups could be the right fit.
EMC, Cisco and VCE executives moved to deflect any concerns that the decision to absorb VCE into EMC would impact the long-standing partnership between EMC and Cisco, and said that VCE as part of EMC would become a more agile organization.
New products from AVG include a Secure Sign-on portal and greater automation for device management platform unveiled at its first Cloud Summit.