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  • Five minute interview: Chris Baldock, intY

    This week, MicroScope puts its questions to Chris Baldock at enterprise cloud solutions specialist intY Tell us what you do for a livingManaging director, intY. Why are you the right person for this job?I have the enthusiasm, tenacity, focus, experie... 

  • Red Hat breaks through $1bn revenue barrier

    Open source specialist Red Hat has broken through the $1bn revenue mark with the channel a key factor in the firm's success. The results for the full fiscal year ended 29 February saw the firm reach $1.13bn, a 25% year-on-year increase, and net inco... 

  • Channel braced for Microsoft volume licensing price changes

    Microsoft's plans to unify its volume licensing pricing policy across the European Union will leave resellers passing on potential price increases to customers. The vendor has made the decision to unify pricing from 1 July and there are expectations... 

  • Sage highlighted as takeover prospect

    City watchers have raised expectations that Sage could be the target of a takeover stoking interest in the software firm. The vendor has been linked with M&A deals in the past, often with an expectation Sage will be involved, but the latest spec... 

  • 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 to coincide with the imminent migration off Citrix XenApp 4.5 servers running Windows 2003, and is looking to the Cit... 

  • Power firm caught out by BSA

    The Business Software Alliance has struck again in its ongoing battle to punish those that fail to pay for using software landing a £8,000 settlement with power conversion specialist Coverteam. The payment breaks down to include a settlement p... 

  • Software license growth buoys Oracle

    Decent levels of software license sales managed to keep things looking positive at Oracle despite the vendor's ongoing weakness on the hardware side of the business. The vendor revealed that new software license revenue was up by 7% for the three mon... 

  • Column: Why should your social media profiles affect your job prospects?

    I'm sure that quite a few people are now only too aware that what they write on social media or the company they keep on Facebook could cost them their job. But there are a lot of people who aren't. Now, I find that it's not just your current job tha... 

  • SAP sets sights on database market dominance

    SAP is set to make a major announcement next month as it outlines ambitions to become a major player in the database market. The vendor has set 10 April as the date it plans to reveal its strategy in a move that many are seeing as one that will heig... 

  • 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. The Business Software Alliance (BSA) has revealed that George M...