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  • Dell and Midwich to tie the distribution knot?

    The word on the street is that Dell is locked in negotiations with Midwich to expand distribution of its printer products beyond Micro P. The one time direct selling purist is expanding its network of wholesalers in the storage space with Magirus in... 

  • Murphy reassures partners they have a future with HP

    Ahead of joining HP as vice president of sales, Steve Murphy has moved to assure reseller partners that they feature heavily in his plans. 

  • Obama listens and Maude calls for cuts. Notice a difference?

    Here is an exercise in compare and contrast that shows the differences in approach between two nations both trying to do the best for their economies and their people. You are running the country, or are at least are in the inside loop with the leade... 

  • Intel's Sandy Bridge in troubled waters

    Intel's problems with its latest processor - a load have been shipped with faulty chipsets - are hardly surprising. Calling something "Sandy Bridge" is asking for trouble. Ask yourself, who on earth would build a sandy bridge and, even ... 

  • As Plantronics hits 50 its story shows we all need to talk differently

    This year there seem to be a fair few anniversaries as channel players reach certain milestones in their history. Headset specialist Plantronics has hit 50 and via a web cast into a rather plush room in the Ritz an assembled audience got the chance t... 

  • will.i.am appointment is not a sili.con

    In the latest instance in the miserable litany of tech companies trying to make themselves cool by linking themselves to figures from popular culture, Intel has appointed will.i.am of The Black Eyed Peas (a popular beat combo, apparently) to the post... 

  • Windows 7 tablets leave Microsoft breathless

    Microsoft has launched its latest salvo against Apple's iPad, extolling the virtues of Windows 7-based tablets to enterprise customers, according to some slides from a Microsoft presentation to reseller partners obtained by ZDNet. Some unkind souls ... 

  • Lenovo to take major stake in NEC PC biz?

    Resellers will be interested in the reports emerging this morning that Lenovo is considering buying a controlling stake in NEC's PC business....if they live in Japan. The channel and end-users have a lnog memory and though Lenovo's star is shining br... 

  • Snow joke for Comet parent company

    I've no doubt that Kesa Electricals, parent of electrical retailer Comet, is correct to blame the bad weather for a 7.3% decline in UK revenue for the three months ended 18 January. We all know just how bad the snow was and the effect it had on peopl... 

  • That interesting C word

    Listening this morning to Radio 4 and a couple of experts discussing what is likely to happen to the NHS today one of the contributors made the point that public sector unlike private lack competition. His argument was that private companies have to...