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  • Research: A strong start to 2011 for the channel

    by Mehryar Hamid The first quarter of 2011 has been one of global chaos and turmoil. From the devastating earthquake that hit Japan, to the debt crisis and economic woes of the Eurozone, to the revolutions in the Middle East and North Africa, the gl... 

  • Analysis: SMEs buyers more willing to adopt latest technology

    Virtualisation, cloud computing and unified comms are the technologies most in demand but resellers should not look to the public sector to be at the head of the queue to buy them. 

  • In-depth: The good times have come back to Apple

    Since its humble beginnings in a garage in Cupertino, California in 1976, Apple has been no stranger to controversy, speculation and the highs and lows of a developing business, trying to do something different to the mainstream. But it seems that so... 

  • In-depth: 2010 component review - a turning point

    New technologies and components could transform the fortunes of the channel this year, writes Cliff Cheetham There's no denying that 2009 was a tough year for everyone, with a global economic recession in full swing and, with most IT manufacturers' ... 

  • In depth: In search of a killer app for tablet success

    Apple has joined the ranks of the tablet computing zealots, loud in their praise of the ultra-slim computer as a device set to sell and sell. But, as Tony Glover reports, in the absence of a killer app the channel is reserving judgement The hyster... 

  • In-depth: A game-changing year

    The last year of the 'noughties' was a big one for the technology sector, and many of the developments will have repercussions throughout this year and beyond. David Binning reports We all know that a year is a long time in the technology industry, ... 

  • In-depth: Technology trends for 2010

    We all know that a year is a long time in the technology industry, and there's barely been a 12-month period in the past 30 where people have failed to remark on the "speed of change". But even so, 2009 saw a number of key developments that... 

  • Analysis: Educators fear IT budget cuts

    Although the weather might have hit the numbers, more than 30,000 visitors were expected to walk the floors of London's Olympia at this year's BETT Show over its four-day span. One first-time attendee to the education technology show earlier this mo... 

  • In depth: Lessons from BETT 2010

    Heavy snow, icy pavements and frozen roads only heightened the buzz at last month's BETT show at London's Olympia. The world's largest annual technology in education show, the event had 750 exhibitors - 50 more than the previous year - and attracted ... 

  • In depth: Sustainable technology solutions

    In April next year, the British government’s Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) scheme comes into effect and with it a minefield of fines and other penalties for companies that fail in their responsibilities for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. And...