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  • Chaos and opportunity - Wyse's take on the schizoid nature of cloud

    Here's David Angwin, director of marketing at Wyse, with his take on the schizoid nature of the cloud. "Organisations can typically see the benefits of cloud computing but a 100 per cent true cloud solution is still a long way away for most. ... 

  • iPad is a curse for Acer and a blessing for Dell

    Acer has reason to curse the iPad. Not long ago, the Taiwanese vendor was riding the crest of the netbook wave and its notebooks were making serious inroads into the consumer market. The strength of its consumer products helped propel Acer into secon... 

  • Distie veteran French set to leave Azlan

    MicroScope understands that the hunt is on for a successor to Azlan boss Ian French, after sources claimed the distribution veteran is returning to his consultancy business, Siceo. French pitched up at Azlan, the enterprise infrastructure unit of C2... 

  • IBM Pulse, Las Vegas - it was literally Orbsome

    Pulse: It's not a new energy drink or a trade magazine for GPs. Well, it is a trade mag for doctors, but that's another story. Pulse is IBM's flagship service management event that asks how we can optimise the world's infrastructure and discover... 

  • As PC sales decline the channel must embrace the alternative

    Those customers hoping that they can keep iPads and smart phones away from their network are going to find themselves in the minority. Users are already voting with their feet towards new devices, as the latest PC sale figures from Gartner show, and ... 

  • Hells bells, wheels come off Dell Streak stunt

    I laughed out loud at the story about the Dell staffers arrested after a PR stunt went badly wrong. Hats off to the marketing geniuses who decided it would be really smart for someone to run through densely staffed areas at the company's HQ dressed i... 

  • Dell buying AMD would be the irony to end all ironies

    Dell was quizzed about its acquisition strategy on a conference call with analysts last night but nobody mentioned the white elephant in the room; the feverish industry talk that it is looking to buy AMD. In the recent acquisition spree, Dell dipped... 

  • Apple moves to secure components, plots baby iPhone?

    Following last month's news that Apple was seeing constrained supplies of iPhone components, a high-profile leak to the South Korean media, detailed in the Wall Street Journal,has claimed that Cupertino is in talks with Samsung to secure a $7.8bn con... 

  • HP's video nasty

    Yet another entry in the long list of "feeble cringeworthy attempts by technology companies to look cool" category at the Grammy awards last night (13 February). Someone at HP had the idea of taking Lou Reed's Walk On The Wild Side - which ... 

  • Even before the details are revealed iPad 2 is causing excitement

    Even before the product has hit the shelves, had its functions revealed by the vendor or had its channel strategy unveiled the blogosphere is already rife with talk of iPad 2. There seems to be a fair amount of consensus that the next version of App...