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  • Lenovo tweaks channel execs line-up to keep sales boom alive

    Lenovo always threatened to be a thorn in the side of HP and the other major PC players but finally with a string of decent results under its belt last year plus some market share gains, the Chinese giant is looking like the real deal. The worldwide... 

  • Intel warns McAfee deal may not close until Q2

    Intel expects to close its acquisition of Infineon in the next couple of weeks as regulatory approval has already been secured but admitted the pending $7.68bn purchase of McAfee may take a little longer. The chip giant has already offered the Europ... 

  • Orb Data to headline at Las Vegas showcase for IBM

    Here's Nigel Brown, director of Orb Data, a Triple A rated IBM partner, which has been nominated to showcase its Self Service Portal and YourTivoli.com at IBM Pulse in Las Vegas. Yourtivoli.com is about offering Tivoli as a service, which is why it i... 

  • Realism likely to be the flavour of BETT 2011

    January is always the month when education and technology dominate at the BETT show in London providing an indication of where that particular market is going. 

  • Well done Joe McNally

    Good to see that Joe McNally, the first employee at Compaq UK and managing director for many years, has been awarded the Commander of the Victorian Order (CVO) in recognition of his work in helping youngsters develop through the Duke of Edinburgh Awa... 

  • Former gun slinger rolls into HP town

    HP's chief marketing cheese Michael Mendenhall has resigned, marking the first senior departure under the tenure of CEO Leo Apotheker, according to reports. To replace the exec HP has brought on board SAP stalwart Bill Wohl, who most recently manage... 

  • Things I have learnt about going abroad

    These are the things I have learnt about going on vendor events abroad. They can be fun but they can also be exhausting so take care. If going to Spain expect to party well into the early hours. Don't volunteer for any morning activitiesor go to bed ... 

  • Gadget makers to continue with disruptive technology policy

    Microsoft, Google and all those other annoying buggers have announced they intend to keep launching a raft of FATYHTGUT products (flippingannoying things you'll have to get used to) whether you're ready for them or not. By targeting young simpletons ... 

  • Thinking positive

    It only took about ten minutes before it felt like the Christmas break had never happened and normal service was resumed. Most people who went back to work today will have felt the same and look out across the train and tube carriages and at the face... 

  • Scrooge is getting his way with the decorations

    When this press release hit the inbox the temptation was to try and be funny about how firms are cutting back on Christmas decorations but the pain and shock caused by the findings are so powerful they are best left to speak for themselves.