Microsoft Corp. released the beta versions of Silverlight 2.0, Expression Studio 2.0, and Internet Explorer 8 furthering its offerings in the Web technologies space and giving channel partners an opportunity to monetize solutions
Prediction one: Unified Communications to be the biggest growth opportunity in the channel There is money to be had in unified communications deployment in 2008. Cisco Systems knows this. Nortel Networks knows this.
The VAR community is becoming increasingly influential over IT purchase decision makers, and vendors that ignore that influence by going direct will not succeed.That’s one of the predictions for 2008 made by the
Delta, B.C.-based Digitel Systems Inc., a VAR that specializes in telecommunications, has grown from serving 100 clients for over 20 years ago to today serving more than 1,500 customers throughout North America. Digitel
Sylvie Gauvin and her partner Pierre Bouchard started their telephony company almost a quarter of a century ago and continue to succeed in a very crowded and competitive market.Since 1985, ISQ Telephonie Inc.
One of the biggest issues facing the Canadian IT industry today is staffing.CDN's editor, Paolo Del Nibletto, recently sat down with four Canadian VARs to discuss the issue. Paricipating were Joseph Arnone, president
Published on: November 15th, 2007
Paolo Del Nibletto
We don't often hear the phrase personal digital assistant (PDA) these days and that acronym is just as likely to conjure-up other images, particularly amongst the younger generation. While once handhelds like the
The form factor of products is changing with the trend towards mobile devices from the traditional desktops, said Harry Zarek, president of Richmond Hill, Ont.-based PC reseller Compugen Inc.While that's the case, Zarek
The newest “ultraportable” notebook (30.5 x 22.5 x 3.5cm, 2 kg) in Acer's TravelMate series, the 6292 combines a small form-factor and lightweight construction with a powerful processor, sharp display and compelling graphics
There are more automobiles than there are buildings. This is what we know for sure today about the potential market for car computing.Given that fact, it stands to reason that automotive computing will
Published on: August 29th, 2007
Paolo Del Nibletto