MicroScope's top stories, week ending 5 November 2010

The most visited channel stories on MicroScope.co.uk from the last seven days

The most visited channel stories on MicroScope.co.uk from the last seven days:

Computacenter MD Walsh resigns

Long standing Computacenter director Simon Walsh is leaving the firm at the end of the year to pursue opportunities outside of the company with his role to be divided up between existing management.

Print firms face restrictions after bomb plot

Distributors and importers of printing equipment will be subject to new security measures following the discovery last week of an explosive device on board a UPS courier aircraft at East Midlands Airport.

HP overhauls services partner schemes following complaints

HP has overhauled its services partner programmes in response to partner complaints about the metrics used to calculate sales rebates.

Former HP boss Fiorina misses out on senate seat

Despite her high profile experience running Hewlett-Packard and her connections at senior levels of the Republican party former HP CEO Carly Fiorina lost out on gaining a Senate seat on Tuesday.

Best Buy to offer web sales

Best Buy has pledged to start offering web sales in an effort to compete with UK rivals that already offer that service.

 

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