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Apr 28, 2005 Comments (0)
Interview with Phil Jarret, Hand Held Products UK and Ireland Channel Sales Manager
Apr 25, 2005 Comments (0)
This weeks report on viruses and intruders includes several new threats that have emerged this week; two variants of the Mytob worm, a variant of the Mitglieder Trojan and a new version of the Bancos Trojan.
Apr 22, 2005 Comments (0)
MGE UPS SYSTEMS is a global provider of power quality solutions designed to increase the availability and uptime of mission-critical applications or processes, from a simple desktop PC to a large Internet Data Center or a semi-conductor manufacturing plant. Jason Koffler, UK Channel Manager, MGE UPS Systems, discusses the company's strategy and the market potential for UPS resellers.
Apr 12, 2005 Comments (0)
The famous statement by the great hotelier Cesar Ritz (1850-1915) that "the customer is king" should in theory direct the activities of every business.
Apr 08, 2005 Comments (0)
In this weeks report well be looking at variants of the Mytob worm, a new variant of malware affecting cell phones and a new kind of online fraud.
Apr 05, 2005 Comments (0)
Wireless is in reality just another service in the IT department's portfolio, but it is one that fundamentally alters the way individuals work-and ultimately perform. John Foster delivers some tips to help guide your wireless customers.
Apr 04, 2005 Comments (0)
In this weeks report on viruses and intruders we will look a backdoor Trojan, known as Beliu.A, and the worms Mydoom.BN and Mytob.P.
Mar 30, 2005 Comments (0)
Established in 1986, Cognitive Solutions is a pioneer in the industry having introduced the worlds first desktop thermal label printer, the Barcode Blazer. Today, Cognitive continues to manufacture high performance thermal bar code and receipt printers, labels, tags, ribbons, and nowRFID printers. Keith Gaskill, CEO & President, Cognitive Solutions Inc, describes the company's channel strategy.