MicroScope's top stories, week ending 30 March 2012


MicroScope's top stories, week ending 30 March 2012

Alex Scroxton

Canon and Konica Minolta win public sector printing bid

Canon and Konica Minolta have announced their selection as preferred suppliers in the Government Procurement Service Wiser Public Sector Print Services Framework.

The framework, set to replace the current print services agreement in April was split into two lots, Managed Printing and eCommunication Services and Operational Print Services.

BYOD pricing models lead to MSP head-scratching

Managed service providers are struggling to come to terms with the pricing of providing support for those who bring their own devices to work.

Lord Sugar weighs into credit debate

Lord Alan Sugar has decided to share his views about SME credit, describing those that are rejected for credit as 'skint' and not worth the backing of the banks.

Cloud transition coming more slowly than expected

A lack of skills is one of the reasons why cloud projects are being held up and the move to  hosted services and app delivery is taking much longer than many expected.

Atlantis hunts Citrix partners for XenApp virtualisation push

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) specialist Atlantis Computing is taking its first steps into the world of server virtualisation and is looking to the Citrix channel to help get the job done.

Dell drops open source clouds into UK channel

Game goes into administration

HDS will work with channel to make more noise in the market

Sage highlighted as takeover prospect

Channel braced for Microsoft volume licensing price changes

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