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  • Portal, m-hance among channel firms in 2012 Tech Track 100

    IBM specialist Portal and Microsoft partner m-hance are among a host of channel players named to the twelfth edition of the annual Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 league table. 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 14 September 2012

    Our regular rundown of the most read stories of the past week on MicroScope.co.uk 

  • Sage takeover talk returns

    Sage is again being tipped as a takeover target leading to an increase in the software vendor's share price and mounting talk of a change of ownership 

  • BroadVision seeks resellers for social software programme

    Collaboration specialist BroadVision is embarking on a channel recruitment drive to push sales of its enterprise social network software package ClearVale. 

  • HP plunges to $8.9bn loss

    Hewlett-Packard has posted an enormous $8.9bn (£5.6bn) loss in the third quarter of its fiscal 2012. 

  • Channel portfolio performs for Better Capital

    Investment company Better Capital PCC has said that in spite of economic weakness its IT businesses are making “solid and significant improvements” in profitability and cash generation. 

  • Tin's in at Insight

    Insight’s EMEA business has turned in a massive 31% increase in hardware sales, pushing the unit to Q2 sales of $459.7m, up 14% year-on-year. 

  • HP celebrates Itanium server victory

    HP could be in line for hefty reparations after a US judge ruled in its favour in its feud with Oracle. 

  • Education contracts deliver again for Corero

    Corero has said its strategy in the security sector is clearly paying off, but its DDoS business still grew at a slower rate than its software unit. 

  • SAP takes wraps off mobile app programme

    SAP has launched a mobile apps programme offering support for those channel developers that fancy developing applications that will be sold via the vendor's store