MicroScope's top stories, week ending 29 October 2010

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MicroScope's top stories, week ending 29 October 2010

Alex Scroxton

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

Kelway in talks to acquire ISC Computers

Kelway is understood to be locked in negotiations to buy Cambridgeshire-based ISC Computers, its fifth acquisition after beginning a buy and build strategy in 2007.

HP appoints Azlan, terminates Arrow in services re-jig

HP has stripped Arrow Enterprise Computing of its deal to distribute support contracts and handed Azlan the franchise in a bid to more than triple branded services reseller numbers.

Graydon UK seeking new managing director

Graydon UK is interviewing for a new managing director with current boss Martin Williams set to stand down early next year.

Clearswift undercuts rivals with price guarantee

Clearswift has vowed to undercut eight of its major rivals' renewal prices by 20% in an attempt to win over new customers and reseller partners.

Arrow Q3 sales and profits soar

The global components operation at distributor Arrow fuelled a 27% hike in third quarter sales as profits rebounded.

Best of the blogs

This week, Network Noise had some words of advice for Apprentice contestant Stuart Baggs, while Quicke off the Mark had some ideas about how to increase MicroScope's circulation.

Don't forget, last week saw the launch of our newest blog, BusinessMan, which will be covering issues around employment, law, management and tax issues that could affect your company.

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