MicroScope's top stories, week ending 6 August 2010

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MicroScope's top stories, week ending 6 August 2010

Alex Scroxton

The most visited channel stories on MicroScope.co.uk from the last seven days:

Calyx considering options to cut unsustainable debts

Systems integrator Calyx appointed corporate finance advisors to explore potential means to reduce its debt.

eBuyer parts company with whistleblower

EBuyer has split with the whistleblower who confronted management with allegations sales staff had taken kick-backs from distributors.

Former Basilica boss Gorringe joins Vohkus

Former Basilica and BT Engage IT boss Nick Gorringe has popped-up on the board of reseller Vohkus.

Redstone names M&A experts as new directors

Former Avisen bosses and acquisition experts Ian Smith and Tony Weaver have joined reseller-come-integrator Redstone as non-executive directors.

Oracle distributors still blind to vendor's intentions

As a 30 July deadline passed, Oracle distributors were still waiting to see if they had made it through an exhaustive tender process.

Best of the blogs

This week, Network Noise examined the impending ban of certain functions of RIM's BlackBerry handset in the UAE, and suggested it would ultimately backfire on the authorities.

Meanwhile, Reseller Radar caught up with Kelway's Phil Doye, who is hoping to make it through a grueling triathlon in one piece.

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