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  • 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

  • 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


  • 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.


  • 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


  • Microsoft UK boss makes the case for Europe

    The battle over the future of the UK's role in Europe is starting to reach a crescendo as the referendum date looms closer and more of the IT industry is revealing where it stands on the issue.


  • Symantec taking steps to strengthen channel pipeline


  • Managed services market splitting into two

    Some of those managed service providers that have been leading the market for the last few years are now finding that the landscape is shifting and the market is broadly splitting in two.



  • Brocade reports back on its channel survey

    We have announced the results of our Channel trends research exploring what our partners think are the top business priorities for 2016, based on customer trends and predictions. The research surveyed


  • 123-reg accidentally deletes unspecified number of websites

    Registrar and web hosting firm 123-reg has admitted that it has ‘effectively deleted’ an unspecified number of websites.

    The ‘error’ occurred on Saturday morning. The


  • Businesses need educating in cloud security, report finds

    C-level executives and senior management don’t understand the security risks associated with cloud, according to new research from Intel.

    The State


  • Computer says no

    Imagine if one day you’re happily driving your car, unaware that your three or five year warranty has expired that very day, and it suddenly just dies on you on the way to the chemist’s.


  • London tech firms voice EU exit concerns

    We know that some of the leaders of the largest vendors want the UK to stay in Europe and feel that Brexit would cause all sorts of problems for investment plans and jobs but there are also indications


  • Exclusive sees healthy growth across all regions

    Exclusive Group today broke out its financials for FY2015, confirming that it is has officially smashed the €1bn revenue barrier.

    The self-proclaimed ‘Super VAD’ saw underlying


  • Avnet hands resellers training revenue opportunities

    The topic of IT skills shortages is never far from the headlines at the moment as a result of the increasing competition for the limited number of good people out in the labour pool.

    Many answers


  • Windows 10 gaining ground in enterprise space

    So where are we with Windows 10? it seems that more businesses are starting to use the OS and that matters because it makes it a serious revenue opportunity for the channel.

    In all the hulabaloo


  • Breaking news: Windows 10 is doing... okay!

    Hold the front page! Windows 10 is more popular than Windows 8.

    Okay, so this news is hardly worth stopping the press for given the near-universal loathing of the former flagship operating system;


  • Nutanix files for IPO

    Hyper-converged storage provider Nutanix has filed for its IPO, with the aim of going public in early 2016.

    The firm, which provides turnkey data centre infrastructure, lodged the appropriate