• December 22, 2010 22 Dec'10

    HP PSG guns for SMEs with distie programme

    HP is looking to grow the ranks of SME dealers that sell its PCs but has admitted recruitment plans rest on the success of a demand generation programme. The US tech monster last month unveiled a sales programme for seven mid-market resellers - XMA...  Continue Reading

  • December 22, 2010 22 Dec'10

    Trend Micro makes security industry sense of humour breakthrough

    Here's to Natalie Severino, the genius behind a new computer game that teachesusers about security, without boring the pants off them. You can win prizes too! You know how boring security people are? Constantly yammering away about their petty ...  Continue Reading

  • December 22, 2010 22 Dec'10

    MicroScope's top stories of 2010. Part 2

    As our official review of the year continues, today we take a look at the most visited stories on MicroScope.co.uk during the second half of 2010. As you will see, the last six months of the year were marked by similar concerns as the first, with ...  Continue Reading

  • December 22, 2010 22 Dec'10

    Top of the blogs, a Network Noise Christmas special

    I've taken a trawl through the archives to bring you some of the more memorable posts of 2010 here on Network Noise.  Continue Reading

  • December 21, 2010 21 Dec'10

    HP grabs five-year BP deal

    HP has penned a $400m (£260m) five-year data centre outsourcing contract with BP. The oil giant kicked off the year by dramatically rationalising hardware and software suppliers with Computacenter and Compuware the major beneficiaries, and is...  Continue Reading

  • December 21, 2010 21 Dec'10

    Adobe reports first billion dollar quarter

    Software vendor Adobe has exceeded Wall Street's expectations and reported its first ever billion dollar quarter, making sales of $1,008bn (£651.4m) during its fiscal Q4 -which closed on 3 December - up 33% on this time last year. The firm ...  Continue Reading

  • December 21, 2010 21 Dec'10

    Resellers urged to piggyback on iPad growth

    Fujitsu is urging resellers to piggyback on the success of Apple's iPad to peddle its T Series LIFEBOOK convertible notebooks. Through its joint venture with Siemens the Japanese vendor was among the household brands to launch tablets nearly eight ...  Continue Reading