Issue OverviewMicroScope - October 2013
Walk into a reception at a business, the lounge at your friend's home or through the doors into a shop and you expect to be able to connect to wi-fi. The technology is getting to the point where it is not restricted by size and customers across the board are looking to adopt wi-fi, making it a particularly interesting time for resellers that are poised to provide products and services into this market. Access >>>
Heavy clouds need optimising for ISV growth
by Neil Cornish
Neil Cornish, managing director, M7 Managed Services, insists it is time for hosted providers to come clean, move away from inappropriate technologies and embrace dedicated cloud appliances
The acquisition of Nokia: Steve Ballmer’s last hurrah?
by Alex Scroxton
Alex Scroxton looks at early reaction to Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia, and asks if it will cement Steve Ballmer’s legacy as the man who turned Microsoft into a devices and services company
- Heavy clouds need optimising for ISV growth by Neil Cornish
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