MicroScope's top stories, week ending 11 March 2011

Midwich seals Dell distribution deal Midwich confirmed this week that it is gearing up to sell Dell printers with a launch date set for later this month.As revealed byMicroScope last month, the Texan tech titan was negotiating Ts&Cs with print and AV specialist Midwich to expand its distribution

Midwich seals Dell distribution deal

Midwich confirmed this week that it is gearing up to sell Dell printers with a launch date set for later this month.

As revealed by MicroScope last month, the Texan tech titan was negotiating Ts&Cs with print and AV specialist Midwich to expand its distribution channel beyond Micro P.

SIA accuses Oracle of cornering hardware maintenance space

The Service Industry Association (SIA) has accused Oracle of attempting to destroy the third-party maintainenace market by initiating anti-competitive policies on hardware support.

Azlan confirms departure of boss Ian French

Azlan boss Ian French is stepping down to concentrate on his consultancy business Siceo and the Gapaid charity he chairs but will continue to provide advisory services to the distie.

Oracle UK server revenues tumble 40% in Q4

Oracle risks becoming a bit part player in the in the UK server space after Q4 revenues tumbled 40% in an expanding market, IDC data has revealed.

March of Androids fails to knock Nokia

The explosive growth of the Android smartphone operating system in the western European market put a dent in Nokia's sales in the last quarter of 2010.

WD coughs up $4.3bn for HGST

Micro P splashes the cash on consumables distie Advent Data

HP plans changes to ESSN distribution contracts

TalkTalk Business targets large network deals following rebrand

SAP sets out ambition to make enterprise software 'cool' again

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