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  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 3 August 2012

    Our regular look back at the biggest stories on from the last seven days. 

  • More backing secured for prompt payments

    The government has secured the backing of the small business forum to do more to tackle late payments to aid small businesses 

  • Tin's in at Insight

    Insight’s EMEA business has turned in a massive 31% increase in hardware sales, pushing the unit to Q2 sales of $459.7m, up 14% year-on-year. 

  • Ingram Micro extends SME credit scheme

    Ingram Micro has taken the decision to keep its Credit Builder scheme going for a fifth year increasing the amount of funds available to resellers 

  • SME credit scheme kicks off

    The latest attempts by the government and the Bank of England to get credit flowing to small businesses has launched 

  • Education contracts deliver again for Corero

    Corero has said its strategy in the security sector is clearly paying off, but its DDoS business still grew at a slower rate than its software unit. 

  • UK delivers for Ingram Micro

    The UK has been highlighted as only one of two countries in Europe that have managed to deliver double-digit growth for Ingram Micro in the distributor's second quarter 

  • IT investment dips as banks fail to give credit

    Investment in the IT sector has dropped with the failure of banks to give credit cited by Syscap as as one of the main reasons for the problems 

  • Government takes wraps off latest SME credit scheme

    The Chancellor has unveiled the Funding Lending Scheme providing high street banks with access to cheaper lending which should then be passed onto SMEs 

  • Siemens lavishes funding on potential UC VARs

    Siemens Enterprise Communications (SEC) is offering a range of incentives to entice new partners into its unified communications channel programme.