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  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 16 November 2012

    A selection of the most viewed stories on MicroScope in the week ending 16 November 2012 

  • Cisco makes cloud moves with Meraki buy

    Cisco has splashed out $1.2bn to acquire cloud networking start-up Meraki as it looks to expand the hosted support it can deliver to the market 

  • SMEs unwilling to invest in staff recruitment

    An annual survey of the global SME market from Spiceworks has revealed that although budgets are expected to go up the hiring of new staff has stalled in the sector 

  • Brocade adds Vyatta to software networking offer

    Brocade has forked out an undisclosed sum to acquire US-based network software expert Vyatta 

  • Cloud strategy paying off for ComputerLinks

    ComputerLinks has taken the unusual step of revealing its revenue figures as it demonstrates to the market and its channel customers that its strategy around cloud services is delivering 

  • Embotics expands distribution line-up

    Cloud management specialist Embotics has added a couple of distributors to its channel line-up as it looks to increase the business generated by resellers in the UK and Benelux 

  • EMC tempts VARs to make service provider transition

    EMC has refurbished its cloud-centric Velocity Service Provider Programme, announcing a new scheme that will enable VARs to make the leap up from its Solution Provider community 

  • Acquisition, development costs hit Colt Group profits

    Colt Group has booked a 3.2% decline in its EBITDA after its acquisitions of MarketPrizm and ThinkGrid and associated product development costs 

  • VMware profits dip as expenses rack up

    Although it booked growth across the board in licence and services revenues, VMware’s profits failed to keep pace with the runaway growth in virtualisation and cloud infrastructure in Q3 

  • BT highlights cloud momentum

    BT and Ovum has revealed that there is a swing in favour of cloud computing thanks to buying patterns changing with networking and IT coming under the same roof