The recent revival in the corporate PC market is going to be a feature of the market for at least the next couple of years according to IDC
Zyme is looking to increase optimisation in the channel as it outlines plans to help vendors get a more accurate insight into what is happening with partners
This time next year the GDPR data protection regulations will have arrived but there is plenty of work left to be done in order for customers to get ready for that moment
Martin Hellawell has revealed plans to step down from his position as CEO of Softcat sparking a search for a replacement
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A decision 18 months ago to build up the managed services side of the business is gathering momentum at the global software reseller
Information Builders has been holding a data analytics Summit with a chance for some partners to highlight current opportunities
Print management was always sold as a way of helping customers control costs and that pitch is as relevant now as it has ever been
The sales pitch for uninterruptible power supplies has changed a lot thanks to digital transformation
The WannaCry ransomware attack has come at a time when more SMEs are accepting the need for better security and more are choosing to get it via the managed services option
Wi-fi is a technology that needs to carry on evolving as the pressures mount on making sure the user experience is a better one
Cloud and enterprise push sees availability software specialist engaging with channel heavyweights
The first Plug into Exertis event has given the distributor a chance to pitch its approach to the market and talk up its commitment to innovation and services
The channel is at the start of the fourth industrial revolution and the distributor is moving to make sure it is positioned to take advantage of those changes
Plenty of fingers were pointed at the use of Windows XP as one of the main factors in the spread of WannaCry but Billy MacInnes wonders if that is totally fair
Moves by Tech Data to make it easier for resellers to trade in old equipment could be a smart move thinks Billy MacInnes
The claim that small firms without a web site were losing substantial amounts of money attracted the attentions of Billy MacInnes who wanted to work out just where the numbers had come from
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