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a firm that sells and buys computers

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It demonstrates the great resolve of these Canadian entrepreneurs and the true innovation being developed by this community," said Paolo Del Nibletto, Associate Publisher and Editor of Computer Dealer News (CDN).
computer dealer who was familiar with Salzenberg's case, says the chip scam allowed competitors to sell their machines for lower prices.
To get started: Take the extended training offered by your computer dealer or use an independent training consultant.
a leading IT outsourcing company, together with its Canadian subsidiary, CCSI CompuCom, today announced that it has been ranked by Computer Dealer News (CDN) as one of 2008's top five largest solution providers in Canada.
Computer Dealer News has been the leading information source for Canadian IT solution providers since 1985.
1 was named editor's choice in a comparative review of antivirus software by Computer Dealer News (CDN), a leading reseller publication in Canada.
Compuquest recently won the Consumers' Choice Gold Award for Best Business Computer Dealer for seven consecutive years.
The Resellers' Choice award from Computer Dealer News is testimony to Western Digital meeting and exceeding our commitments to our resellers by providing the highest performance and quality hard drives with the most-responsive customer service.
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ELEK-TEK is a full-service computer dealer, offering extensive pre- sales assistance and post-sales training and technical support.
Computer dealers don't know how to perform component-level motherboard repairs, so they are glad to send this work to specialists.
Therefore, local computer dealers welcome this exemption, but are now suffering from a delay in its enactment
The suits came as the result of a Microsoft test purchase program in which the company buys hardware and software from computer dealers across the country and then tests the software and components for authenticity.
For less than $30,000 he purchased 170 refurbished Compaq computers from Toronto-based CDI Computer Dealers, a company that specializes in selling computers recently off-lease from corporations.
That encouraged (one might even say "forced") users to upgrade their PCs, which made computer dealers happy, since the markup on hardware is higher than on software.