• September 05, 2011 05 Sep'11

    Government faces complaints over public sector contracts

    The revelations over increased complaints come against a background of more determination by the government to get more SME suppliers selling into the public sector to encourage competitiveness and better deals in the hunt for savings as the deficit...  Continue Reading

  • September 05, 2011 05 Sep'11

    Butters heads to Easynet Global Services

    Former BT Engage IT sales director Gary Butters is heading to managed network, hosting and services provider Easynet Global Services to head up its UK sales and marketing activities. Easynet said his track record of creating high-performing sales ...  Continue Reading

  • September 05, 2011 05 Sep'11

    Samsung tablet sales get further knock from German court

    The legal spat between Samsung and Apple continues to drag on in the German courts with the fruitfully named US vendor so far winning out against its rival in preventing its tablet from being sold and promoted across Europe. The decision by Samsung...  Continue Reading

  • September 05, 2011 05 Sep'11

    If you see Hans, help him out

    This Friday a(possibly slightly unhinged) Swedenamed Hans Eriksson will take to the streets of London to conduct a 24-hour experiment in video streaming and social media engagement. Hans is the chairman of live broadcasting service Bambuser, and ...  Continue Reading

  • September 05, 2011 05 Sep'11

    Huawei enterprise VP to chat up UK disties

    Huawei's new vice president of enterprise for the UK and Ireland, Simon Culmer, will be tasked with setting up a local distribution channel, the firm has said. Culmer joins the Chinese comms and networking vendor from Sun Microsystems, and also ...  Continue Reading

  • September 05, 2011 05 Sep'11

    Clink for fake BT engineer

    To Worcestershire, this autumnal Monday morning, where a nasty piece of work named Hashim Ali has been locked up after fronting a chip and pin scam while dressed as a BT engineer. Ali fronted a three-strong gang that first called their mostly ...  Continue Reading

  • September 05, 2011 05 Sep'11

    PR Masterclass: the 10 phone calls every PR must make

    In the latest instalment of his PR MasterClass, Gavin Bird, CEO of Condescentii Digital, reminds us that this is a people business. Journalists, bless them, couldn't function without PR. That's why they sit by their phones all day, waiting for you ...  Continue Reading

  • September 05, 2011 05 Sep'11

    HMRC offers firms online Olympics advice

    Small and medium-sized companies hoping to win Olympics contracts can take advantage of the results of an HMRC online advice seminar that ran at the end of July which can now be downloaded free of charge. It is estimated that the Olympic and ...  Continue Reading

  • September 02, 2011 02 Sep'11

    CSC hires to support services growth ambitions

    Services and outsourcingoutfit CSC has made a series ofhires to boost its growth ambitions, key among them the appointment of former Fujitsucloud services boss Jon Green as vice president of Global Business Services for the UK, Nordics and ...  Continue Reading

  • September 02, 2011 02 Sep'11

    Where MeeGo now if Intel shifts to Android and Windows Phone 7?

    I confess to knowing very little about MeeGo apart from the fact it used to be Intel and Nokia's next generation OS for smartphones and tablets. Most of the time when MeeGo has impinged on my consciousness it's been for negative reasons, such as ...  Continue Reading