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  • 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. 

  • SLA multiplication - why managing your SLAs matter

    by Craig Beddis, regional senior vice president at UC4 Software It was interesting, albeit unsurprising, to hear that IT departments are reading the riot act to Cloud providers when it comes to SLAs. The business is understandably keen on the Cloud ... 

  • Column: Solving the mysteries of Twitter

    If you give people something interesting, they'll follow you. They'll respect you. When you become really useful to them, they will start to take a personal interest in you 

  • Five minute interview: Paul Dobbs, Intact Software

    This week, MicroScope puts its questions to Paul Dobbs, UK channel manager at Intact Software. 

  • Column: We're not all homogenised yet

    Most of us who work in the IT sector or who write about it, tend to think that technology has a homogenising effect on cultures and people, writes Billy MacInnes. For example, vast numbers of people in different countries around the world spend thei... 

  • Column: SAP gets starry-eyed at SAPPHIRE NOW conference

    Last week Gabriel Byrne (The Usual Suspects) gave the performance of his life, as himself, playing the role of a big fan of SAP! 

  • Combating the unintentional software pirate

    Is the United Kingdom a nation of accidental pirates? The findings of the 2010 Business Software Alliance (BSA) Global Software Piracy Study released earlier this year searches for the answer. More than £1.6 billion worth of illegal software was inst... 

  • CERN software has 600 million proton collisions and 40,000 bugs

    Britain's technology is playing its part in the Large Hadron Collider Project. Just look at the efforts of UK based American testing outfit Coverity, which hasidentified 40,000 bugs in the software With over 50 million lines of software code presidin... 

  • VMWorld Europe award fame beckons

    The channel quite rightly revels in awards, they show the world just how good the quality is out there in reseller land, so for those with a virtualisation expertise now is the time to dust down those entry writing skills. VMWorld Europe is not that...