Softcat is planning to hand out cake and beer to staff after breaking through the £200m revenue mark in its financial year, beating its own forecasts.
Although the reseller hasn't broken down any other figures it has revealed that revenue has already surpassed last year's £146m, hitting £200m, with good service and decent employee retention as the factors fuelling success.
Extreme Networks has announced plans to cut $20m (£12m) in costs out of its business by the end of its next financial year, and will be reducing its headcount by approximately 16 per cent, with 110 positions understood to be at risk.
Cisco partners have welcomed an imminent shake-up of its EMEA management team, which it is understood will include the appointment of the firm's operations director of distributed government, Richard Roberts, as its new UK and Ireland channel director.
Apple third quarter revenue increased by 82% and net profit rose by 125% as the company sold more than 20m iPhones, 9.25m iPads and 3.95m Macs in the three months ending 25 June 2011.
Manchester-based Cisco partner ANS Group has become the first European partner to receive Cisco's cloud infrastructure certification.