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  • Former Morse boss Phillips on the hunt for new role

    Following its acquisition by 2e2, Morse CEO Mike Phillips has joined the ranks of industry veterans that are currently out of work, but in his case at least the hiatus is likely to be broken in the not-too-distant-future. He stood down last week, ro... 

  • HP wins place on Desktop 21

    HP and the other major vendors frequently talk about the need for resellers to get involvedin sellingservices given the perpetual decline in hardware margins. So it was heart warming to see the US tech monster winninga place on the servcies rich Des... 

  • Can you have your cake and EET it?

    Some people - well me - are calling EET Nordics "the Acer of the distribution world". Well at least half of the equation is right. It runs a very low cost operation, employing seven staff in the UK and running a central warehouse fromDenmar... 

  • Will Intel have the last laugh?

    The embarrassing public court cases facing Dell and Intel will come as scant consolation to the hundreds of national system builders whose demise was sped up by the alliance between the two firms. But they might provoke a wry smile. While Intel may ... 

  • A special mention for teachers

    Having taken a day's leave to accompany my youngest son on a school trip today to the Natural History Museum can I just say to anyone in the channel who has family working in the teaching profession give them a big pat on the back. Like most people ... 

  • French AV market surrenders to Midwich

    "Not bad for a bunch of carrot crunchers" was the phrase used by Midwich boss Nick Culley to describe its geographical expansion beyond Norfolk and into mainland Europe. This sort of plucky spirit has made Midwich one of the few UK nat... 

  • Jobs steals the show again and Apple needs him to do it

    There is something almost pop-starish about Steve Jobs, the CEO of Apple. For a while, when his health was really suffering, there was a spate of articles about how the company might survive without him and as he strode across the stage at the develo... 

  • The opportunity of a streaming World Cup

    The media loves to label things as firsts or 'the most important since' and the treatment of the World Cup will be no different. Back in the days of the web's infancy the Olympics from Atlanta were dubbed the first internet games and that claim was ... 

  • Learn from the FA about how to make a major announcement

    If you wanted a demonstration of how not to share an event it was the way the England squad was announced today by the FA. I write 'announced' but at the time of writing it has still not be officially released. In an age where there are so many ways... 

  • Bye bye BECTA, baby bye bye

    The channel is digesting - and will be for the next month - the ramifications of the Government's decision to axe BECTA but after the dust settles, will the industry really be worse off or did the quango justify its existence? The procurement body w...