MicroScope's top stories, week ending 22 October 2010


MicroScope's top stories, week ending 22 October 2010

Alex Scroxton

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

Avnet to close Chessington office, staff on notice

Avnet Technology Solutions initiated a redundancy programme at its offices in Chessington, formerly the European headquarters of Bell Microproducts.

Redstone Group to sell Technology division to reseller PFH

Redstone is in advanced talks with reseller and managed service provider PFH Technology Group to sell its Technology division in Ireland.

SCC first to bag Microsoft and Citrix V-Alliance UK badge

SCC has jumped through the requisite hoops to bag Microsoft and Citrix's V-Alliance accreditation, becoming the first reseller in the UK to complete the process.

Eddie Pacey steps down from Avnet

Following the integration of Bell Microproducts into Avnet, European director of credit services Eddie Pacey confirmed he is stepping down.

Tech bosses voice support for Osborne cuts

Prominent figures in the UK's ICT market were among 35 business leaders to voice their support for chancellor George Osborne's Comprehensive Spending Review.

Best of the blogs

This week, Network Noise got wind of a new mobile phone health scare, Reseller Radar took a look at Mark Hurd's love life, and on Quicke off the Mark, the IT crowd showed it was not to be trifled with.

This week also saw the launch of the fourth blog in our growing line-up. BusinessMan. Penned by new MicroScope blogger Adam Bernstein, BusinessMan will be covering tax, employment, law and other management issues, any one of which - if ignored - could derail your plans for business success.

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