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  • Oracle software sales rise and cloud shows growth

    Oracle releases fourth quarter numbers early to show the business is growing in the software and cloud areas 

  • Interactive Ideas adds NetFort to UK line-up

    Software VAD Interactive Ideas has signed up to build out a channel for network monitoring software outfit NetFort as the Irish vendor seeks to formalise its UK business strategy. 

  • Software transformation drives Portal to 50% sales growth

    IBM reseller Portal has hailed the evolution of the software market as a key factor in annual sales growth of 50% and detailed future investments it will be making around mobility, big data and cloud. 

  • Trustmarque to deploy Splunk

    Infrastructure and software solutions VAR Trustmarque, has signed a reseller agreement with Splunkoperational intelligence software provider Splunk to augment its data services proposition, writes Linda Endersby. Rob Newburn, Trustmarquehead of infor... 

  • GFI enhances partner programme

    GFI Software has announced a significant expansion of the GFI OEM Partner Programme, writes Linda Endersby, allowing technology vendors to integrateits entire security and network management solutions portfolio into their products or to rebrand as th... 

  • Veeam ready to pass on leads from free Backup

    Veeam has extended its free download offeringto its Backup product, expecting it to generate leads for channel partners. The virtualisation specialist has made some of its other products free as trial versions before but has now extended that to its ... 

  • Microsoft trims back volume licensing price changes

    Microsoft has revealed the volume licensing price changes that come into force next month are not going to be as high as originally feared. There will still be hikes of up to 25.9% in some programmes but increases of up to 33.5% had been muted back ... 

  • Those sticking with XP warned of costs consequences

    Microsoft has warned that those users that stick with Windows XP after support runs out face spiralling costs looking after a PC estate running its old operating system. The vendor has commissioned IDC to produce a white paper to sum up the risks th... 

  • Software AG looks for channel to drive vertical expansion

    Business process management (BPM) specialist Software AG has revealed plans to put more focus on the UK and to recruit partners with vertical expertise. The software player with a strong reputation in the business process and operation transformatio... 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 25 May 2012

    Dell confirms UK jobs on the line Dell hassaid that it will look to make a series of limited job cuts in the UK as it bids to operate "as effectively as possible". The PC builder claimed this ongoing quest for operational efficiency require...