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  • Hard times ahead for EMEA server vendors, says Gartner

    The signs of recovery seen in the EMEA server market two years ago seem to have largely dissipated, according to Gartner's latest market stats, with the region suffering a second consecutive quarter of volume decline and a third consecutive quarter o... 

  • RIM boss talks of further strategic review as revenue drops

    Blackberry maker RIM has kicked off a comprehensive review of its partnerships and joint ventures as it looks to claw back its position in the smart phone market. After the recently appointed CEO Thorsten Heins, president and CEO of Research in Moti... 

  • Lenovo vows to put $1bn of new business in EMEA channel

    Lenovo EMEA products and channels vice president Vincent Fauquenot has been banging the drum on behalf of the PC hardware vendor's reseller base, saying that to achieve its ambition of being a top three PC vendor in EMEA, it will need to drive $1bn (... 

  • Medion could have bright future in UK, says Lenovo

    One year on from its acquisition of German national PC champion Medion, expansive Lenovo has suggested that the brand - which it bought with the express intention of bulking up its consumer-facing business as it seeks to become the largest global PC ... 

  • Casio hires former Maverick staffer to drive channel sales

    Casio has appointed a former Maverick staffer Oli Davies to drive its channel sales of its projectors across Southern England. Davies, who as well as a spell at Maverick also has some time at Sanyo on his CV, will be tasked in his role as business d... 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 25 May 2012

    Dell confirms UK jobs on the line Dell hassaid that it will look to make a series of limited job cuts in the UK as it bids to operate "as effectively as possible". The PC builder claimed this ongoing quest for operational efficiency require... 

  • BYOD kills off Cisco Cius enterprise tablet

    Cisco has quietly discontinued development of its Cius enterprise tablet offering, announcing on its website that it would "no longer invest in the Cisco Cius tablet form factor" or make any further enhancements to the endpoint device, alth... 

  • UPS the remedy as South East suffers high rates of blackouts

    Resellers pitching uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) should find a receptive customer base in the South East as the area suffers more blackouts than anywhere else in the UK. With the cost of a blackout costing businesses anywhere between £1... 

  • HP slashes staff, restructures as profits plunge 31%

    HP has announced plans to ditch 27,000 jobs, or 8% of its workforce,and will embark on a radical restructuring programme in a bid tocutcosts of between $3bn to $3.5bn (£1.9bn to £2.2bn) over the next two years. Besides headcount reduction... 

  • Lenovo growth outpaces PC market again

    Lenovo has proven once again that it seems to have hit on a secret formula for growing PC sales, after powering to record full-year numbers and booking quarterly sales growth of 54%, making it the fastest growing 'top four' PC vendor for the 10th qua...