MicroScope's top stories, week ending 24 February 2012


MicroScope's top stories, week ending 24 February 2012

Alex Scroxton

Channel players named to G-Cloud supplier framework

A host of industry players learned last weekend that they have been selected to provide cloud services to the public sector under Westminster's long-awaited G-Cloud framework.

Among the companies that have been successful are some big channel names including Trustmarque, Insight and Redstone.

Northamber reports half-year loss as MD Matthews retires

Northamber revealed that its half-year numbers were well down, as its long standing managing director took the decision to retire after 30 years in the role.

Dutch distie fetches up in Milton Keynes

Dutch distributor Xeptor has opened its first UK office in Milton Keynes as part of a major international growth drive.

BYOD drives demand for UC, collaboration spending

Unified comms and collaboration have edged past cloud and virtualisation as the technology most in demand from IT directors in the face of the BYOD trend.

Low returns to C2000 in public sector role

After a five-year stint at Ingram Micro, Cathi Low is heading back to Computer 2000 to take up the role of director of public sector.

Whitman brands HP "too complex, too slow" as profits slump

Dell results indicate PC market is still struggling

UK ranked seventh on cloud ready chart

Check Point will buy again to extend capabilities

Veeam on the hunt for Microsoft partners

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