At CES, Intel launched its eighth-generation Intel Core mobile processor with Radeon Vega M graphics. Here's everything partners need to know about the new powerhouse chip.
HP Inc. has unveiled a new Spectre x360 model, along with a refreshed Elite x2 tablet and new display lineup.
Intel at CES lifted the curtain on its long-awaited 8th generation Core processor that appeals to enthusiasts with graphics technology from AMD.
Perhaps no executive move carried greater potential implications than the impending exit of Cisco's top sales leader, Chris Dedicoat, who is slated to leave the company in July 2018. Here are the 30 most significant IT executive moves for December 2017.
What to expect from this year's biggest tech show? CRN breaks it down.
Intel is facing three class-action lawsuits as the company continues to grapple with fallout after revelations that its chips were vulnerable to two massive security bugs.
A $20 million growth investment made by private equity firm Sunstone Partners spurred longtime IT services firm CorpInfo to spin off its AWS consulting and managed services division as a stand-alone company, Onica, in late October.
For the week ending Jan. 5, CRN looks at IT companies that were unfortunate, unsuccessful or just didn't make good decisions.
Heartland Technology Group CEO Arlin Sorensen will head the new HTG business unit in ConnectWise as the larger company brings its coaching and other services to a larger audience of 21,000 MSPs worldwide.
Nutanix channel leader Bob Wallace talks to CRN about new trainings and tools available for partners in 2018 as well as what the channel can expect as the company transitions into a pure software company.
Several Dell EMC and VMware data protection products have been discovered to contain critical flaws with the company urging customers to install patches.
In a security advisory issued Thursday night, Cisco says it is putting dozens of routers, switches and servers under the microscope to find out whether any of them may be affected by the Spectre or Meltdown exploits.
For the week ending Jan. 5, CRN takes a look at the companies that brought their 'A' game to the channel.
No known instances of malware exploiting have yet affected processors in PCs or servers in the field, according to Intel, but MSPs are still pushing to deploy their patches sooner rather than later.
From a smart toothbrush to a smart shower, here are the craziest Internet of Things products we'll see at CES this year.
The Microsoft patch for the Meltdown and Spectre microprocessor exploits wasn't compatible with several anti-virus products. This is how endpoint security vendors are confronting the issue and helping their customers get patched.
CRN looks at how the cloud, software-defined everything, IoT, GDPR and more will impact how channel partners interact with customers and their storage needs in 2018.
It's not the processors at fault, but the way attackers could potentially look at privileged information in memory that could cause issues, Intel said.
The side-channel analysis security issues, under which processors from Intel, AMD, and ARM could allow reading of privileged information by rogue applications, could impact Mac and iOS devices, but Apple has already mitigated some of those issues.
Spending on cloud services is growing three times faster than on infrastructure products for building both public and private clouds, according to Synergy Research.