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Channel Marker: BSOD over Beijing
Channel Marker: Bad day for VMware
Channel Marker: Domino is dead
Channel Marker: Cisco-Linksys SMB combo not so pretty for partners yet
Channel Marker: SAP reorganizes SME channel, expands partner system
Channel Marker: Vista downgrades can’t really be this rampant, can they?
Channel Marker: Tandberg receives takeover bid, but is another major prospect lurking?
Channel Marker: Regulatory compliance: Getting customers to look at the big picture
Channel Marker: HP strips partners of their “metals,” revamps partner designations
Channel Marker: Microsoft recruits Jerry Seinfeld for Mac attack
Channel Marker: CompTIA security-certified professionals now top 50,000
Channel Marker: Avnet/IBM and the importance of being certified
Channel Marker: Jobs’ obit posted
Channel Marker: Microsoft straddles political fence
Channel Marker: Kumar accuses D’Amato, Ranieri in CA coverup
Channel Marker: Google Chrome’s tremendous upside potential
Channel Marker: Cisco’s elusive acquisition strategy
Channel Marker: Forrester: Vendors say their channel partners are just average
Channel Marker: Will IBM acquire Nortel?
Channel Marker: Surprise, surprise: Dell ignores partners yet again
Channel Marker: Survey sez: Make my IT work better with my business goals
Channel Marker: Microsoft’s virtualization party
Channel Marker: Will Juniper acquire its way into WLAN?
Channel Marker: Dell gets it right
Channel Marker: NYT: Tucci fired Greene in front of her husband, offered her seat to him
Channel Marker: When you’re merging with another solution provider, it’s the first 90 days that count the most
Channel Marker: A complete 180: Dell virtualization news highlights partners
Channel Marker: Marketing 101: What not to do
Channel Marker: Novell names new channel GM
Channel Marker: Follow VMworld 2008 and Partner Day on Twitter
Channel Marker: Microsoft, Citrix rumors: Here we go again
Channel Marker: NetSuite, Skyytek sever ties
Channel Marker: World Wide Technology crosses $1B mark in Cisco product sales. Yes, that’s $1 billion.
Channel Marker: Big-name vendors join VMware affiliate program
Channel Marker: VMware execs push partner perks at VMworld 2008
Channel Marker: With EDS in the family, HP slashes jobs; looks to large enterprise domination
Channel Marker: Microsoft attacks VMware with poker chips
Channel Marker: Cisco to Wall Street: ‘We feel your pain’
Channel Marker: Maritz: Greene and Rosenblum made ‘incredible contributions’
Channel Marker: Maritz flattered by Microsoft’s guerrilla marketing
Channel Marker: After Ike: Houston VAR keeps on working
Channel Marker: Leaving Las Vegas
Channel Marker: More on the NetSuite-Skyytek split
Channel Marker: Interop: Are tradeshows dead?
Channel Marker: Cisco’s Jabber acquisition heats up the collaboration race
Channel Marker: New channel exec for Oracle
Channel Marker: Oracle rebuilds partner training
Channel Marker: Up, up and away: Oracle heads for the clouds
Channel Marker: So, what’s the killer Oracle feature?
Channel Marker: Oracle X
Channel Marker: IT decision makers split on impact of impending election
Channel Marker: Microsoft makes SBS 2008 bits available to (some) subscribers
Channel Marker: Ten lessons from Oracle OpenWorld
Channel Marker: Oracle throws hardware at disk bandwidth problem
Channel Marker: Oracle takes on storage partners
Channel Marker: Not buying it
Channel Marker: Brought to you by Microsoft: More bad ads
Channel Marker: R.I.P., V.A.R.?
Channel Marker: Report: Apple Mac Pro smell is toxic
Channel Marker: Windows, SQL Server moving to Amazon cloud
Channel Marker: Economic meltdown: What’s a reseller to do?
Channel Marker: HP ProCurve-Colubris acquisition closes; channels unify
Channel Marker: Windows Cloud coming to Microsoft PDC
Channel Marker: Dell: HP playing catch-up with LeftHand acquisition
Channel Marker: Aggregating manufacturers: Very bad for the channel
Channel Marker: An SMB CEO’s view on where innovation equals technology
Channel Marker: Cisco fights channel partner over deal registration in court
Channel Marker: Microsoft plots SQL Server 2010
Channel Marker: Vendors: Invest more in channel sales and less in operations, study says
Channel Marker: Prospering in the recession: Preparation
Channel Marker: Brocade pulls off the impossible: Financing
Channel Marker: What will the financial services crisis mean for the IT offshore outsourcing movement?
Channel Marker: Amazon tiers S3 prices, provides volume discount
Channel Marker: Julie Parrish leaving Symantec
Channel Marker: Microsoft-Yahoo coming back to life?
Channel Marker: Man bites dog; VAR loves vendor
Channel Marker: Finding the right products to bet on in a tough economy
Channel Marker: The official Windows 7 name: Windows 7
Channel Marker: CEO Thompson absent from Symantec partner show
Channel Marker: Laurus Technologies: Symantec’s rookie of the year
Channel Marker: Symantec launches training, SaaS programs
Channel Marker: Symantec may not replace Julie Parrish
Channel Marker: Don’t go cheap on me
Channel Marker: Could hosted services spur tension between distributor and partner?
Channel Marker: Call it what you want, recommending green tech thing takes more than a superficial interest
Channel Marker: Dealing with large manufacturers
Channel Marker: Bad economy good for VMware? And Microsoft?
Channel Marker: Symantec tries to mend its ’stubbed toe’
Channel Marker: RSA names partners of the year
Channel Marker: Sun founder Bechtolsheim and former Cisco exec Ullal lead Arista Networks
Channel Marker: Ripped from the headlines: Avatar abuse
Channel Marker: Tactics for gaining ground in big-vendor territory
Channel Marker: Symantec’s Security Operations Center: A look inside
Channel Marker: PDC priority: Proving Microsoft’s mojo
Channel Marker: Hasta la vista, Vista!
Channel Marker: Salesforce.com crashes Microsoft’s party
Channel Marker: Half-baked virtualization and you
Channel Marker: The Onion skewers Microsoft’s blue screen of death
Channel Marker: NetApp cancels user conference because of travel cuts
Channel Marker: Microsoft fills in some cloudware bits with Azure