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  • Old technology is actually greener than today's printers

    They don't make 'em green anymore Did anyone here have a dot matrix printer? Me too. Things were better in those days. You could send a document to the printer, and go for a cup of tea, safe in the knowledge that it would still be printing when you ... 

  • This user will remain ignorant

    Top tenlessons onSecurely Managing Email go unheeded Here's Leon Rishniw, senior vice president of engineering atCloudmark who saysit's vital that email is properly managed to protect assets and ensure employees remain productive. In support of this... 

  • Nick Glynne's sword of a thousand resellers

    The phrase "live by the sword, die by the sword" has been taken a little too literally by Nick Glynne, boss at Huddersfield-based etailer Buy It Direct. He has engraved the names of the rivals he reckons his company has put out of business ... 

  • Fancy watching a Rubik Cube movie?

    Those of you who thought that Avatar was a good as cinema could get might need to rethink their ideas. A movie is being planned around the story of the Rubik Cube. That great icon of the 80s, that you think of in the same breath as Sinclair's Spectru... 

  • Time to share your views

    It's not everyday that resellers get the opportunity to share their views of the market but MicroScope has been contacted to rally the opinions of the channel great and good for the annual ITC Channel market survey. This survey is being put together... 

  • Cameron's plan for Silicon End at Olympic Park doomed

    Why East London Can Never Be a Silicon Valley David Cameron's attempt to emulate silicon valley in London's Olympic Park will be a disaster, says Dominic Monkhouse, MD of Peer1 Hosting. Unlike California, London's East End is not a magnet f... 

  • HDS channel guru Hughes gets his kit off for Prostate Cancer

    Channel veteran Mark Hughes is following in the footsteps of the Calendar Girls by getting his kit off for charity, to be exact a very worthy Prostate Cancer Charity that funds research and helps people affected by the illness. The HDS partner develo... 

  • Do you have to be young to riot?

    It's interesting perhaps that it takes students, who at the moment are facing hikes in their fees, to show their anger on the streets. Businesses hit by tough times, the prospect of VAT cuts and thousands of public sector workers potentially losing ... 

  • Bring your own is helping Apple

    One of the best things that could happen for Apple is the widespread adoption of the Bring Your Own Computer movement which is starting to have a real impact across customers. One example given to me this week will stick in the mind for a long time.... 

  • Computacenter boss to pick up Honorary Degree

    What connects a Holocaust survivor, a Member of Parliament and Mike Norris, chief executive at Computacenter? The annual graduates 'Roll of Honour' awards ceremony for the University of Hertfordshire. Norris is one of 16 "pillars of the communi...