• January 19, 2011 19 Jan'11

    That interesting C word

    Listening this morning to Radio 4 and a couple of experts discussing what is likely to happen to the NHS today one of the contributors made the point that public sector unlike private lack competition. His argument was that private companies have ...  Continue Reading

  • January 19, 2011 19 Jan'11

    Carphone raises guidance on strong US figures

    Carphone Warehouse Group has raised its full-year profit guidance to between £90m and £100mas a result ofa strong quarterly performance from JV partnerBest Buy'sAmerican mobile unit, in which CPW has a profit-sharing agreement. The 50:...  Continue Reading

  • January 19, 2011 19 Jan'11

    ShoreTel signs ScanSource

    IP phone supplier ShoreTel has added growing networking VAD ScanSource to its distribution stable in a move it says will enable it to build momentum and capture increased market share in the IP telephony, mobility and UC markets. The contract is ...  Continue Reading

  • January 18, 2011 18 Jan'11

    Computacenter names Gooding to run UK networking unit

    Computacenter has hired Logicalis sales director Duncan Gooding to push its networking business in the UK over the £100m milestone. Current incumbent Ade Foxall is moving to a new role managing CC's Cisco UCS business across Europe - a new ...  Continue Reading

  • January 18, 2011 18 Jan'11

    Microsoft overhauls education licensing

    Microsoft is stepping up its fight against rivals by canning the Schools Agreement (SA) in favour of a licensing programme that promises to open up the wider education market to resellers and offers customers more aggressive pricing. In a worldwide...  Continue Reading

  • January 18, 2011 18 Jan'11

    IBM PartnerWorld back in 2011 but with exclusive guest list

    IBM's PartnerWorld is back on the channel's agenda for 2011 after a two-year hiatus but the event is by invitation only to keep out the riff-raff. Business partners that received the golden ticket from Big Blue are in the process of enrolling for ...  Continue Reading

  • January 18, 2011 18 Jan'11

    All in a flutter over Apple's Jobsworth

    The market has been getting a bit over-excited by the news that Apple CEO Steve Jobs is to take a medical leave of absence. The share price fell 5%, losing $19bn in value after the announcement. But this isn't the first time Jobs has taken a back ...  Continue Reading

  • January 18, 2011 18 Jan'11

    Brits lose out in Euro business for being too aloof, says research

    Even the most basic attempts to speak the local language will win sympathy, says EC business research UK resellers struggle to do business abroad because their 'everyone speaks English' assumption offends their European peers. Though English (albeit...  Continue Reading

  • January 18, 2011 18 Jan'11

    EMC targets SMEs with unified storage range

    EMC has thrown the gauntlet down to rivals and channel partners to match and embrace a large number of products and channel innovations designed to grow its slice of the SME market. To backup the push with its VNXe systems, offering unified storage...  Continue Reading

  • January 18, 2011 18 Jan'11

    Juniper fires up global partner cloud training scheme

    Juniper Networks has announced a new training and education programme built around cloud networking, security, switching, routing and mobility. The global Continuing Education Programme, which was announced today but according to Juniper, will be ...  Continue Reading

  • January 18, 2011 18 Jan'11

    Aerohive acquires cloud networking outfit

    WLAN architecture specialist Aerohive has handed over an undisclosed sum for privately-held cloud-based networking firm Pareto Networks, which released the world's first cloud-based routing and VPN solution last year. It plans to integrate Pareto's ...  Continue Reading

  • January 18, 2011 18 Jan'11

    Book Review: 50 Ways To Make Google Love Your Web Site

    I had a Japanese business card moment with this book. I pored over it, desperate to be impressed. But there's nothing to immediatelyenthuse over. The problem with most business books is they never get to the point quickly. That's because the ...  Continue Reading

  • January 18, 2011 18 Jan'11

    SAP shuffles management pack unveiling fresh channel head

    SAP has shuffled its management team unveiling fresh faces in the EMEA president seat and the global head of channels. The vendor has made the move to change its field sales organisation after appointing Franck Cohen as president of EMEA after the ...  Continue Reading

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