MicroScope's top stories, week ending 16 March 2012


MicroScope's top stories, week ending 16 March 2012

Alex Scroxton

Government caps contracts to aid SME suppliers

The government has taken further steps to ensure that it becomes easier for small firms to sell into the public sector.

Francis Maude, the Cabinet Office minister responsible for driving through changes about the way technology is sourced in government, has announced plans to cap the size of contracts to give SME suppliers a better chance of tendering for them.

Logicalis throws hat into Cisco BYOD ring

Logicalis has added Cisco's Identity Services Engine (ISE) Authorised Technology Partner badge to its haul, allowing it to sell, deploy and support Cisco's ISE access control platform.

Email Laundry puts itself in shop window for Webroot users

The decision by Webroot to exit the email archiving market continues to spur activity by competitors keen to pick up resellers and users that sold and used the product.

Azlan deploys Cisco BYOD starter packs

Azlan is to launch a range of pre-defined Cisco bundles built around wireless access and routing technology to help partners get to grips with customers exploring BYOD policies in corporate and public sector environments.

Blackpool builders latest to be stung by BSA

A Blackpool-based building services company has become the latest firm to be caught using unlicensed software and forced to pay out thousands to get itself on the right side of the law.

HP bids to make partners vanguard of economic recovery

Acronis signs C2000 to support reseller growth ambitions

GFI Software in new fake antivirus warning

Services and European performance boost Computacenter

Rich-list shows the money comes from software

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