MicroScope's top stories, week ending 18 May 2012

Kelway ServiceWorks cloud platform gets market debut Kelway has been showing off its new vCloud-poweredcloudservices platform, ServiceWorks, which it hopes will cut through some of the fear and doubt surrounding the cloud. The ServiceWorks package includes core services built aroundcompute platform,

Kelway ServiceWorks cloud platform gets market debut

Kelway has been showing off its new vCloud-powered cloud services platform, ServiceWorks, which it hopes will cut through some of the fear and doubt surrounding the cloud.

The ServiceWorks package includes core services built around compute platform, email and backup solutions.

HP on verge of massive job cuts, say reports

Between 25,000 and 30,000 jobs could be on the line at HP as the IT giant preps deep cuts that expected to be made public in its earnings statement next week.

HP and Avnet team up to ease cloud deployment process

HP and Avnet have previewed a server, software and services bundle called Cloud-in-a-Box, a new solution designed to ease software development and testing processes.

Juniper appoints new EMEA distribution lead

Juniper Networks has appointed William Hamber to the role of senior director, Distribution Partners for Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Six Degrees throws down gauntlet to cloud rivals

Cloud provider Six Degrees has said it wants to be "talked about in the same breath as the Rackspaces and Iomarts of this world by year end."

Dell launches social media training for partners

Datatec despairs of UK economy

Midmarket channel deals high on Avaya agenda

Avnet launches EMEA-wide training for Palo Alto resellers

Ucopia secures Computerlinks partnership

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