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  • Gartner: global ICT spend up 4.2% in 2013

    Gartner has predicted that global ICT spending will grow by 4.2% to reach $3.7tn (£2.3tn) during 2013, up from its previous forecast of 3.8% 

  • Tablets prove a hit at Christmas

    The numbers of tablets activated on Christmas Day smashed previous records as large numbers of users switched on their gifts from Santa 

  • Business adoption of Windows 8 still low

    Adoption of Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows 8, has so far been slow across businesses in western Europe, with penetration through the channel substantially lower than for Windows 7 

  • Design to dominate PC hardware agenda in 2013

    The design and branding of hardware is going to be come even more important next year as laptop and tablet vendors look to exploit the touch functionality offered in Windows 8 

  • OpCapita engulfed in growing row as Comet shuts down

    With its remaining stores closing for good on 18 December, private equity backer OpCapita is under pressure over its role in the collapse of Comet 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 7 December 2012

    Our regular look back at some of the most widely read channel news stories from the past seven days 

  • C2000 sets ambition for £3bn turnover

    Having already beaten its target of hitting the £2bn revenue mark in the UK Computer 2000 has now raised the bar higher as it looks to continue growth 

  • End drawing near for Comet

    As more stores prepare for a last weekend of trading the prospect of the entire retail operation disappearing from the high street is looking more likely 

  • Cook shakes up Apple supply chain with move to US

    Apple CEO Tim Cook has revealed plans to shake-up the vendor’s supply chain by moving production of one of its lines of Mac computers to the United States 

  • BYOD hype still far from reality

    Despite the large amount of hype around the subject not many customers have allowed their organisations to roll out BYOD