MicroScope's top stories, week ending 24 September 2010
The most visited channel stories on MicroScope.co.uk from the last seven days:
VC veteran Moulton warns of pending bloodbath in SME channel
Venture capitalist veteran John Moulton told MicroScope he anticipated a flood of corporate casualties when the Bank of England finally starts to lift interest rates but insisted that the small business sector was most at risk.
Directors shuffled as 2e2 Morse integration ramps
The integration of Morse into 2e2 has gained pace following the restructure of the business units, some real estate consolidation and the news that directors Mark Nutt and Tim Hall will leave next month.
HP wins legal case against grey trading D&P Data Systems
HP has resolved a legal battle with D&P Data Systems over the importation of branded kit from outside the European Economic Area without its consent.
C2000 expands retail team with market share gains in mind
Computer 2000 is rebuilding its retail team ahead of a sales campaign to capture a greater share of wallet among the High Street chains and independent shopfront dealers.
Calyx Ireland voice and data unit flogged to management
Calyx management have acquired the €20m turnover voice and data security operation in Ireland from receivers Kavanagh Fennell and plan to trade as Unity Technology Solutions.
Best of the blogs
This week, Quicke off the Mark spotted some industry players hanging out at the last stage of the Tour of Britain bike race. Meanwhile, Network Noise reported on the growing numbers of networking and cloud firms represented in this year's TechTrack 100.