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  • Veeam kicks off free software channel programme

    Veeam is getting ready to launch a programme in the UK that will see it give away $200m in backup and disaster recovery as a service

  • Beta Distribution continues storage expansion

    Beta Distribution is edging closer to the £200m revenue barrier as it continues to expand beyond its printer and audio visual roots

  • MathWorks - the proof is in the Science Museum

    We live in a digital age don’t we - I’m sure someone mentioned it - so why are we so illiterate about numbers?

    Numbers tell stories, as any CFO will


  • IoT is making the channel money

    The Internet of Things has been one of those technology areas that has been so hyped that for a while it seemed that the only people making money out of it wee those touring the lecture circuit sharing


  • Channel names back continued EU membership

    A letter from just shy of 200 business leaders calling for continued membership of the EU includes a fair amount of names familiar to the channel

  • Decentralised IT is becoming the new norm, report suggests

    Almost two thirds of UK business leaders believe the management of technology is shifting away from IT to other departments, according to a study from VMware.

    The virtualisation giant polled


  • Channel roundup: Who's gone where?

    Exclusive Networks

    Exclusive Networks made two senior sales appointments this week. Richard Carpenter has been appointed sales director, and Lee Widdowson has joined the distie’s


  • Brocade posts strong full year revenue but profits are hit hard

    Brocade today reported financial results for its fourth quarter and full fiscal year 2016 ahead of its acquisition by Broadcom.

    The firm reported fourth quarter revenue of $657m, an increase


  • Ingram Micro adds Azure to cloud marketplace in UK

    Ingram Micro has announced the addition of Microsoft Azure to its much-hyped Cloud Marketplace in the UK.

    The Azure functionality, which has been available stateside since earlier this year,


  • Channel takes to its sleeping bags for Byte Night

    Tomorrow there around 1,200 people involved in the IT industry will choose to forgo their comfortable beds and sleep out to raise the profile of youth homelessness.

    There are plenty of names


  • Windows 8 passes 200m sales mark but lags behind 7

    Microsoft has broken a half year silence on the progress of sales of its Windows 8 operating system revealing that it has not managed to match the pace of the previous Windows 7.


  • Security defences are holding

    It is a source of amazement (and appalled admiration) to me just how quickly companies are to flood my in-box with quotes and comments from spokespeople and experts in the wake of the latest


  • Autotask boss talks of growth as the MSP market expands

    Autotask has been busy outlining its vision to partners at its Community Live event in Miami this week and its president and CEO Mark Cattini and vp of product management Pat Burns took time to provide


  • Tech Data goes global with Avnet Technology Solutuions buy

    Tech Data has announced plans to acquire its fellow global distributor Avnet Technology Services in a cash and share deal valued at $2.6bn.

    The deal would give Tech Data a business that spanned


  • Channel roundup: Who's gone where?

    There have been moves this week at a vendor level, in distribution and one cloud software player has indicated that it is looking to hire talent interested in working in the Silicon Roundabout in East


  • Claranet bolsters application management options with Ardenta buy

    The words ‘Claranet’ and ‘acquisition' tend to be used together with the managed service specialist making its fifth purchase in the space of a year.

    Throughout its expansion


  • Technology has unhealthy bias towards London, warns Migsolv

    It’s not just the media that has an unhealthy bias towards London, the technology industry is equally guilty of this short sightedness. Which is odd, given that the cloud is supposed


  • Channel Matchmaker: A data mining gem from Germany

    If I’ve understood this referendum debate correctly, once Article 50 is triggered we only have a couple of years to enjoy trading with firms in the EU in the same way that we have


  • Tech staff leaning towards a remain vote

    There are only days left now before the nation gets the chance to cast its vote over the future relationship with Europe in the referendum this Thursday and the evidence is stacking up to signal the


  • IT market backs remain with a month to go

    There is just one month to go before the poll stations open and people get the chance to vote to leave or remain in the EU referendum.

    The weekend followed a path that has been firmly established