September 2008

  • Customers face up to cyber criminal threat

    It seems to have taken a fairly long time for the message to get through to customers but finally the vast majority understand criminals are behind security attacks.

  • Customers wake up to cyber criminal threat

    It seems to have taken a fairly long time for the message to get through to customers but finally the vast majority understand criminals are behind security attacks.

  • Morse boss brands 2008 results as disappointing

    Morse has branded its latest financial results as "disappointing" after posting a significant losses and revenues that declined marginally. For the 12 months to 30 June 2008, the UK inte...

  • Credit crunch starts to show in contract delays

    A report by Forrester Research into IT services spending, overall services, strategies and priorities has confirmed the toll the economic downturn is taking on IT budgets. Even though European IT ...

  • Is the IT skills shortage over?

    The IT skills shortage appears to be easing according to the government, which did not include any technology occupations on the list issued today by the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC).

  • Economic downturn starts to force contract rethink

    A report by Forrester Research into IT services spending, overall services, strategies and priorities has confirmed the toll the economic downturn is taking on IT budgets.

  • Pendlebury move role in IBM

    After more than five years as IBM's head of business partners in the UK and Ireland Simon Pendlebury is to step down and move across to lead the hardware business at Big Blue.

  • CBI points to dramatic rise in flexible working

    The movement towards flexible working, which has an impact on the potential technology being used in the home, is continuing to gather pace.

  • Samsung linked with SanDisk purchase

    Samsung is being linked with SanDisk after the vendor admitted that it is considering buying the flash memory specialist. According to comment made to Reuters the vendor has not yet made a decision.

  • Verwaayen calms troubled waters

    Newly-appointed Alcatel-Lucent boss Ben Verwaayen has moved swiftly to calm shareholders still bitter over the tenure of his predecessor, Pat Russo, and has hinted to reporters that he could seek t...

  • Dell looking to sell off factories

    Dell is looking to sell most of its factories worldwide within the next 18 months which were once part of its successful model but have now become uncompetitive, according to a newspaper report.

  • IBM finds CEOs keen to collaborate and partner

    The findings of a global CEO study carried out by IBMindicate that expectations of significant change in the future with a greaterrole for the internet is not just limited to those operating in the...

  • Competition set to increase in Business Intelligence market

    The wave of consolidation in the business intelligence market is expected to continue as vendors vie with each other to be in a position to offer the broadest portfolio of services.

  • IBM finds CEO's keen to collaborate and partner

    The findings of a global CEO study carried out by IBM indicate that expectations of significant change in the future with a greater role for the internet is not just limited to those operating in t...

  • Lenovo vows to take a consistent approach to partnering

    Senior UK management at Lenovo are trying to stage something of a channel love in but realise they need to become more predictable to build a stable sales platform. In the past nine months there ...

  • EMC launches online backup Mozy service in UK

    The number of vendors offering hosted solutions has beenbolstered by the addition of EMC which has started from today to offer itsMozy online backup for SMEs using Lenovo as its hardware partner. ...

  • HP unveils recycling trial with Sainsbury's

    Hewlett-Packard has joined forces with Sainsbury’s to kickoff a PC recycling scheme in London. The retailer is running a one-off trial in its Nine Elm store in Vauxhall this Saturday offering to ta...

  • EMC launches Mozy online backup service with Lenovo into UK

    The number of vendors offering hosted solutions has been bolstered by the addition of EMC which has started from today to offer its Mozy online backup for SMEs using Lenovo as its hardware partner.

  • Ability outlines plans to make remote access channel friendly

    Ability Software, best known for its Office suite alternative, has raised a challenge to online remote access services aimed at SME customers.

  • DSGI sees sluggish summer

    Financial bosses at PC World and Curry's digital parent DSG International remained cautious today in the face of a challenging consumer market, as the electrical retail giant released a trading upd...