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  • Channel opportunities in unified communications

    The good news, whether delivered by voice, IM or video, is that everyone thinks unified communications (UC) is a really good area to get into 

  • MicroScope's top stories: May 2014

    A month where HP made management changes and announced job cuts and IBM pitched its Watson supercomputer technology 

  • The year Dell went private

    Linda Endersby looks back on one of the big stories of the last twelve months 

  • Don’t throw the switch on desktop PCs just yet

    Despite the talk of imminent doom, many of the nation's businesses are still quietly labouring away with desktop PCs, says Amro Gebreel 

  • Is this the end of the PC era?

    With sales increasingly in decline, is the sun setting on the PC's market dominance or is there still a reason to watch the market? Billy MacInnes finds it is not all over yet 

  • The resurrection of the IT industry

    This Easter, Nick Booth finds there are some parts of the IT industry that are seeing a ressurection of their own 

  • Thirty years of hardware

    As part of MicroScope's 30th birthday celebrations, Mar Dixon looks back at three decades of hardware, tracking the evolution of the computer from exclusivity to ubiquity 

  • A trip down memory lane

    Simon Quicke revisits some of the events that made the headlines during MicroScope's first decade in print – the heady days of the 1980s 

  • Here’s to 30 more years of MicroScope and the channel

    As MicroScope's 30th birthday celebrations continue, Billy MacInnes mulls over how IT and the channel have developed since 1982 

  • The sales opportunities behind Windows 8

    Amro Gebreel looks at the related security, management and hardware pitches resellers can make with the launch of Microsoft's latest operating system