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  • HP boss outlines ambitions for software revenue growth

    Hewlett-Packard's CEO has indicated it plans to ramp up the revenues it brings in from the software side of its business. Meg Whitman has been quoted in a German newspaper outlining an ambition to grow the current $5bn it gets from software sales by... 

  • Sage delivers growth but caution remains on uncertain outlook

    Sage has revealed its customers remain concerned about the short-term prospects for the economy as the ongoing uncertainty over future growth continues to linger in the SME market. The software vendor revealed that it has not fared too badly in its ... 

  • Infor signs Cambridge to target discrete ERP market

    Privately-held ERP sector giant Infor has conceded it is "under-represented" in the UK channel after announcing the signging of software services provider Cambridge Online to plot an assault onthe discrete manufacturing industry. Infor regi... 

  • Corel offers education unrestricted licenses

    Corel has given its educational resellers a boost offering an unrestricted academic site license that drops the traditional restrictions based on seats and usage. The move has the potential to shake-up the academic license model making it both bette... 

  • Perkins handed small business division role at Sage

    Sage has made a raft of changes to its management team with former C2000 and Computacenter man Lee Perkins taking the hot seat managing the vendor's small business division. Along with Perkins the accountancy and CRM software specialist has also unv... 

  • Microsoft keelhauls five UK software pirates

    Microsoft has revealed it has reached an out-of-court settlement with five UK channel firms caught selling illegal copies of its software as part of its ongoing efforts to stem the tide of global piracy. The five companies, all of which admitted to s... 

  • Oracle reveals customer plans for CRM spending

    Resellers specialising in CRM will find some good news in the latest research into the market from Oracle as more users look to spend in that area but will also find the phrase "budgetary pressure" accompanying the forecasts of the future. ... 

  • IAITAM brings asset management courses to UK channel

    Former FAST boss John Lovelock is returning to the channel at the helm of US IT asset management (ITAM) outfit IAITAM, which is expanding into Europe having previously managed the region out of the States. The organisation, which was closely involved... 

  • Adobe axes staff in digital media restructure

    Adobe is axing 750 staff across the US and Europe as it restructures its business to focus on the digital media and marketing but reassured investors that it is still on track to deliver a strong performance in its fourth fiscal quarter. The softwar... 

  • FAST uncovers user ignorance over Government IP strategy

    The government is failing to get its message about its attempts to protect intellectual property out to the market with most IT decision makers unaware of its strategy. A survey carried out by the Federation Against Software Theft (FAST) has reveale...