September 2009 | Archive by Month | MicroscopeUK | Page 4

September 2009

  • In depth: Tips for starting your own business

    There are three relatively easy ways to money: win it, marry it, or steal it. The passage of time should have taught you that there is almost no chance of winning it, it is probably too late for th...

  • In depth: Starting your own business

    There are three relatively easy ways to money: win it, marry it, or steal it.

  • Mitel direct talk masks cost cuts

    Suggestions that Mitel UK sales director Enda Kenneally stepped down from her post after falling out with the firm over a move to take more channel business direct are baseless but have served to d...

  • In-depth: Mobile market opportunities

    Demand for mobile solutions is at its highest as more and more organisations realise the potential of improved productivity and new ways to interact with customers and partners. But the sheer volu...

  • HP tipped to shelve SPO

    Hewlett-Packard is expected to disband its overarching Solutions Partner Organisation (SPO) from November with Dave Poskett, UK director of the unit tipped to become head of the Personal Systems Gr...

  • VCOMM co-founder Dobbs to set up new venture

    VCOMM UK managing director Scott Dobson has left to start up Cloud Distribution, specialising in securing and optimising remote and mobile end points.

  • Mitel sales boss Kenneally steps down

    Mitel has confirmed its UK sales director, Enda Kenneally, is to leave the company to pursue other interests after a review of its top-level management.

  • Dell and Brocade target datacentre virtualisation

    Dell's global sales organisation will now be offering more Brocade networking kit in addition to its storage solutions after the two firms signed an expanded partnership agreement.

  • Dorchester departs from DSGi Business

    DSGi Business has kick started a recruitment drive following the departure of managing director Martin Dorchester who took charge of the reseller less than a year ago. Dorchester - who initially j...

  • Have staff cuts gone too far?

    There are growing concerns from IT recruiters that cutbacks have gone too deep. In the last six months thousands of people have lost their jobs and the channel and general IT sector has not been i...

  • IT job cuts have gone too far

    There are growing concerns from IT recruiters that cutbacks have gone too deep.

  • Trustmarque set to launch Enterprise Solutions Group

    Microsoft LAR Trustmarque has named ex-HP bod David Papworth to lead the Enterprise Solutions Group (ESG) due to launch this month. The move is part of the reseller's efforts to develop services ba...

  • Recruiter pays firms to take IT staff

    In an innovative move to try and stir the level of full time positions for IT and telco staff a recruitment specialist focusing on that area is offering to pay the first month of the salaries of th...

  • Suarez heads for Bell after leaving Ingram

    Pablo Suarez has joined Bell Micro as president of its Latin American operations after turning his back on Ingram Micro. He had been due to become UK managing director at Ingram from July but as r...

  • ForeScout launches ConSentry lifeboat

    In the wake of last month’s collapse of network access control (NAC) vendor ConSentry, as reported in MicroScope, competitor ForeScout Technologies has launched a buyback programme to help ConSentr...

  • Sun Microsystems suffers Q4 sales slowdown

    Sun Microsystems' gave shareholders and partners little reason to cheer as it filed what could be the last set of results before it is swalled by Oracle, with completion slated for later this week....

  • Fujitsu Services staff vote to strike over pension changes

    Fujitsu Services employees have voted in favour of strike action over proposals to shelve the final pension salary scheme this month.