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  • Fujitsu private sector head Long heading to Kcom in January

    Fujitsu’s UK Private Sector division head Stephen Long will take up the role of managing director of KCOM in January, relieving temporary boss and CFO Paul Simpson of command 

  • ANS half-year numbers reflect growth trajectory

    Datacentre and cloud services specialist ANS Group has announced a 13% uptick in its six monthly sales figures to 30 September, with revenues hitting £20.3m and net operating profit up 18% to £1.3m 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 23 November 2012

    Our regular look back at the most read stories on MicroScope.co.uk from the past seven days 

  • Funding for Lending not getting credit to SMEs

    The government's latest attempt to get credit flowing to small businesses via the Funding for Lending scheme doesn't appear to be making a difference 

  • Europe third quarter star for Tech Data

    Computer 2000 parent Tech Data has booked declines in both sales and net profit during its third quarter, but turned in a solid performance in the troubled European market 

  • Chancellor urged to do more on SME credit front

    With the Autumn Statement just weeks away the Chancellor has come under pressure to do more to help SMEs get access to credit 

  • Autonomy founder Lynch rejects HP allegations

    Former Autonomy boss Mike Lynch has come forward to refute Hewlett-Packard’s allegations that it was deliberately misled over the true state of the firm’s books when it acquired his business in 2011 

  • HP lashes out at Autonomy ‘lies’

    Hewlett-Packard has accused Autonomy of “serious accounting improprieties, disclosure failures and outright misrepresentations” after taking an $8bn write-down 

  • Dell profits collapse as PC spend dries up

    Dell’s net profits have almost halved after another dismal quarter in the PC sector, slumping 47% to $475m (£300m) on sales of $13.7bn, down 11% on the year-ago quarter 

  • IBM pumps $4bn into partner credit scheme

    IBM has added $4bn to the credit available to global partners in an effort to get orders flowing as evidence points to lack of funding being one of the major problems customers are still grappling with