September 2012

  • Databarracks gains cloud certification

    Databarracks has gained the Cloud Industry Forum provider certification as a result of proving it will be transparent and open over what it can deliver

  • m-hance makes in-house social tool available to SMEs

    Business software reseller m-hance has unveiled its own SME enterprise social networking (ESN) tool in a bid to capitalise on a market that looks set to be worth £2.8bn by 2016, according to IDC

  • Mindjet unifies product range

    Mindjet has put its products into a single solution with a subscription price to tap into the different way users are collaborating in the workplace

  • Westcon Security adds more HP kit to line-up

    Westcon will now be able to offer its partners the full range of HP's security offering after extending its relationship with the vendor to include HP Fortify and HP TippingPoint in its security p...

  • License Dashboard moves to make true-up picture clearer

    SAM specialist License Dashboard has launched tools to help resellers give a clear and accurate picture of their Microsoft licensing needs

  • Comms-care adds new teams to meet services demand

    Channel-focused services and support provider Comms-care is recruiting to make sure it can meet runaway growth in demand for support services

  • Cloud growth a wake up for the channel

    Recent figures showing strong growth in adoption of hosted applications and services in recent months should spur reseller activity in this area

  • Mozy looks for SME growth with Arrow ECS

    Online storage specialist Mozy has expanded on its relationship with Arrow ECS getting the distributor to grow its share in the SME market

  • Colt’s Andrew Gray jumps ship to ShoreTel

    Colt Technology Services Northern Europe marketing director Andrew Gray is crossing the fence to take up the vacant post of EMEA marketing director at unified communications vendor ShoreTel

  • K3 takes down 'for sale' signs

    K3 Group has officially taken itself off the market after ending a sale process that started back in March after the board felt no good offers had been made for the firm

  • Alvea launches IaaS programme

    Cloud platform and service provider Alvea has unveiled a partner programme aimed at increasing the profile of its infrastructure service

  • Du Toit reunites with former boss at Azzurri

    Managed communications services provider Azzurri has named channel veteran David Du Toit as its new operations director to soup up the firm’s internal processes and boost service quality and value ...

  • Check Point to double gold partner numbers

    Security vendor Check Point is aiming to double its gold partner numbers looking for those resellers that have passion and interest in its product portfolio

  • Download IT in Europe: September

    This month’s issue of IT in Europe focuses on two of today’s key aspects of data center management: energy efficiency and storage networking.

  • Five Minute Interview: Paul Flynn, Outpost24

    Paul Flynn, UK and Ireland channel manager at vulnerability management tools specialist Outpost24, takes the hotseat for this week's Five Minute Interview

  • Apple partner Square gets new London home

    Apple Premium Reseller Square Group has moved into its new South London home, a stone's throw from the Shard

  • Cloud adoption speeding up

    Adoption of cloud applications and services has speeded up over the last nine months as more customers start to embrace the technology

  • DESlock appointment nucleus of new partner programme

    Data encryption solutions vendor DESlock has hired former ESET man Kevin Percy as its new channel manager, forming the nucleus of the recently-established firm’s UK channel

  • Redstone absorbs Maxima remnants in £13.8m deal

    Networking and IT solutions integrator Redstone has opened its wallet to pick up the remaining assets of sunken rival Maxima in a deal that values the firm, at £13.8m, including net debt

  • Data centre complexity a growing problem

    The latest state of the nation report from Symantec has discovered that customers are struggling to cope with increasing data centre complexity