• February 17, 2009 17 Feb'09

    Good year ahead for virtualisation software

    Virtualisation software continues to be one of the few near recession proof technologies in 2009 with analysts predicting another year of significant growth in the server and desktop spaces.  Continue Reading

  • February 17, 2009 17 Feb'09

    Trustmarque appoints new CEO

    Software licensing specialist Trustmarque Solutions has appointed Scott Haddow as its new CEO and charged him with boosting its bottom line and improving profitability at the Yorkshire-based Microsoft partner.  Continue Reading

  • February 16, 2009 16 Feb'09

    Ofcom plans to speed up wireless

    Ofcom has proposed biting into parts of the spectrum bands operated by Vodafone and O2 in order to make good on the government’s promise to provide universal broadband in the UK within the next four years.  Continue Reading

  • February 13, 2009 13 Feb'09

    Fujitsu Siemens to merge client portfolio

    Fujitsu Siemens is to merge its business and consumer client portfolio from 1 April when ownership of the company transfers to the Japanese brand which bought out its German partner's 50% stake last year.  Continue Reading

  • February 12, 2009 12 Feb'09

    Dell moves to address channel conflict

    Dell has expanded throughout the entire organisation a UK pilot that precluded its direct sales team from achieving their bonuses without using the channel, in an attempt to kick-start wider collaboration with reseller partners.  Continue Reading

  • February 12, 2009 12 Feb'09

    Lenovo to axe 550 jobs in EMEA restructure

    Lenovo is understood to be making around 550 job cuts across Europe including 40 positions in the UK and has started informing those affected that their roles are at risk of redundancy.  Continue Reading

  • February 12, 2009 12 Feb'09

    Putting a brave face on Britain’s economic freeze

    We have all grown accustomed over the last few months to gloomy economic conditions (isn't it depressing how every day seems to bring even worse news than the day before?) so it makes a change (pleasant or not) when the dominant theme becomes ...  Continue Reading

  • February 12, 2009 12 Feb'09

    A hard sell in tough times

    Reading the business section (and often the front page) of a newspaper has become something of a penance of late and, unlike the religious variety, which is reputed to be uplifting, it's a depressing penance. Perhaps the first tip should be to stop ...  Continue Reading

  • February 12, 2009 12 Feb'09

    Putting a brave face on Britain's economic freeze

    We have all grown accustomed over the last few months to gloomy economic conditions (isn't it depressing how every day seems to bring even worse news than the day before?) so it makes a change (pleasant or not) when the dominant theme becomes ...  Continue Reading

  • February 12, 2009 12 Feb'09

    A hard sell in tough times

    Reading the business section (and often the front page) of a newspaper has become something of a penance of late and, unlike the religious variety, which is reputed to be uplifting, it's a depressing penance.  Continue Reading

  • February 11, 2009 11 Feb'09

    FAST Ltd repositions to increase SAM adoption

    The commercial operation that informs users about their licensing requirements FAST Ltd has moved to reposition the company under a fresh head of the business.  Continue Reading

  • February 11, 2009 11 Feb'09

    Morse first half year down as credit crunch hits

    The severity of the credit crunch has surprised senior management at Morse, which today posted results for the fiscal first half year and named Mike Phillips as chief executive to oversee the continued turnaround of the business.  Continue Reading

  • February 10, 2009 10 Feb'09

    Morse breaks up Investment Management Consultancy

    Morse has sold its loss-making UK and Jersey-based management services practice to Navigant Consulting Ltd for up to £1.3m, the first and largest element of its Investment Management Consultancy (IMC) business to be sold or closed.  Continue Reading

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