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  • Six Degrees to beef up network with latest acquisition

    A week after buying two cloud hosting firms, acquisitive managed services provider Six Degrees has splashed out on datacentre interconnection specialistDatahop to laya keyfoundation for its network growth plans. Datahop's network consists of a resili... 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 18 May 2012

    Kelway ServiceWorks cloud platform gets market debut Kelway has been showing off its new vCloud-poweredcloudservices platform, ServiceWorks, which it hopes will cut through some of the fear and doubt surrounding the cloud. The ServiceWorks package in... 

  • More clarity needed around G-Cloud, urges VMware

    Cloud services providersneed to do a lot more to address concerns of lack of clarity and poor communication surrounding the government's G-Cloud initiative, if a new survey of public sector buyers by VMware is to be believed. Nearly six months aftert... 

  • Xsigo Connections Partner programme launched

    Xsigo Systems has announced a new partner programme to recognise and support itsgrowing network of global resellers as a companion initiative to its recentglobal expansion, writes Linda Endersby. "The datacentre fabric market is poised for spect... 

  • Six Degrees throws down gauntlet to cloud rivals

    Cloud services provider Six Degrees has set its sights onaggressive growth over the course of the year and said its ambition is to be"talked about in the same breath as the Rackspaces and Iomarts of this world by year end," according to gro... 

  • Column: In the kingdom of the blind, the one API man is king

    Is data the IT infrastructure's version of flab? Are great useless 'big' data files, a sort of information cholesterol, clogging the arteries of the network and blocking up the I/O interfaces? Should resellers offer a sort of data liposuction, so all... 

  • Kelway ServiceWorks cloud platform gets market debut

    Solutions and services specialist Kelway has been showing off its new vCloud-poweredcloudservices platform, ServiceWorks, which it hopes will cut through some of the fear and doubt surrounding the cloud to give customers a more insightful and impactf... 

  • Cloud Risk Forum launches new framework

    The Marsh-led group, the Cloud Risk Forum say that adoption of cloud computing could be hampered by organisations failing to understand the associated risks, writes Linda Endersby. "Moving information technology (IT) services to the cloud presen... 

  • HP and Avnet team up to ease cloud deployment process

    HP and Avnet have given partners a sneak peek at a server, software and services bundle called Cloud-in-a-Box, a new solution designed to ease the software development and testing process for end-users. The bundle is to be released later in the year ... 

  • VMware pushes partners towards new SME business

    VMware's new UK channel boss Ed Dolman has called for partners of the virtualisation vendor to ramp up their focus onthe SME market, vowing to provide increased support levels andoffering up to 10% additional rebate on sales into net new customers. S...