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  • Column: Why all the fuss over a leaked roadmap?

    Much brouhaha about the leaking of Microsoft's product roadmap for the next two years or so but does it really matter all that much? If you're a Microsoft partner or customer, is it that significant to know the people in Redmond are going to releas... 

  • Column: Cash in the Static

    Dead Social allows you to keep posting up messages after you're dead. Technically speaking, you must load them onto the system before you start flatlining, but these postings can be timed to appear whenever is apposite. 

  • 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... 

  • 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... 

  • The appeal of apps

    Jan Lawford, senior director ofEMEA Channels atAvaya explores how the channel can deliver a frictionless customer experience in the app driven world. The customer experience is everything in today's world. In fact, many say we are now firmly entrench... 

  • Column: Is it all a game to you? Well, it should be!

    In Paris I witnessed the signing of a mega-publishing partnership between Gameloft, Ubisoft and Gree - a Japanese game developer. 

  • Column: Does Facebook really contribute £2.2bn to UK GDP?

    What a bizarre story doing the rounds this week concerning a study by Deloitte which suggests Facebook has contributed £2.2bn to UK GDP and supports as many as 35,000 jobs, writes Billy MacInnes. Numerous sources report comments by Facebook's ... 

  • Remembering David Hurley

    It was with great sadness that we heard about the death of David Hurley, who passed away after a short illness at the weekend. Hurley had been a long standing contact of MicroScope and the relationship charted the ups and downs of the channel and hi... 

  • The battle of the business operating systems

    Dave Everitt, general manager EMEA at Absolute Software, looks at the changing OS landscape and assesses the future prospects. The landscape for IT departments in 2011 is changing dramatically. A significant change- and challenge- will be what has be... 

  • Column: The dark side of crowdsourcing

    We are indebted to the tireless investigators from the University of California, Santa Barbara who have doggedly trawled Chinese crowdsourcing websites and uncovered a multimillion-dollar industry.