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  • One year from Jobs passing and Apple remains strong

    Apple has shown that it was more than a one man company in the year since the death of its former CEO Steve Jobs with its share price continuing to climb above rivals 

  • Channel lessons from the 4G soap opera

    Despite its portrayal in the mainstream media as a consumer issue, Claranet's Simon Bearne believes 4G will bring more immediate benefits to the business comms world 

  • Insight finds divided response to BYOD

    BYOD is dividing customers into those who see it as a benefit and others who are worried it will drive up costs over time and will involve buying more software licenses 

  • Apple overtakes IBM to become largest tech brand

    Apple has become the largest global technology brand according to the latest Interbrand ranking pushing IBM into third place 

  • Tools for BYOD success

    Billy MacInnes considers the reseller role in helping organisations develop and deliver bring-your-own-device programmes that meet the requirements of employer and employee 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 28 September 2012

    Our regular look back at the most popular news stories from the past seven days on 

  • RIM losses narrow in transformative second quarter

    Floundering BlackBerry smartphone maker Research in Motion (RIM) has posted a substantially lower year-on-year loss for the three months to 1 September and claimed it is beginning to steady the ship 

  • Equanet finds BYOD still sparks security fears

    Equanet has found that security fears about BYOD continue to persist among IT directors as they worry about the implications of allowing staff to use their own devices 

  • Foxconn fight halts production

    A mass fight involving staff at the Foxconn factory in northern China left 40 workers requiring hospital treatment and halted production at the plant 

  • GFI makes Android security buy

    Small business security firm GFI Software has forked out an undisclosed sum to buy smartphone device management specialist VizualMobile