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  • Comms disties join forces to host Vidyo services

    Telecoms distributor NeoWave has teamed up with some of its overseas peers to form a joint venture dedicated to offering hosted video collaboration services based on Vidyo software 

  • Six Degrees warns against cloud confusion

    Channel cloud providers are causing confusion by using too much jargon and not providing enough education according to the results of research from the Six Degrees Group 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 22 February 2013

    Our regular look back at the most important channel news stories from the past seven days 

  • Raise cloud confidence among SMEs

    To take advantage of demand for cloud, resellers are being advised to switch to a managed services business. Speakers at AVG's recent series of cloud services seminars shared their experiences 

  • Datacentre market evolves for resellers

    As trends indicate greater datacentre use, Amro Gebreel reports on the increasing opportunities for the channel to get involved 

  • Taking care of datacentre demands

    Whether customers opt for an on-demand hosted datacentre or a dedicated in-house facility, there's a key role for the channel. Billy MacInnes reports 

  • Juniper adds services, cloud support to VAR programme

    Juniper Networks has used the opening day of its worldwide partner conference, currently underway in Las Vegas, to add new services and cloud specialisation options to its VAR programme 

  • Build your own cloud

    In his final article, Richard Davies, CEO at ElasticHosts, moves the story on to show how channel players who have reached a critical mass can build their own cloud in their own data centre. 

  • SICL keeps Yorkshire Air Ambulances flying

    SICL has renewed its services and support agreement with the Yorkshire Air Ambulance (YAA) to provide £170,000 worth of hardware and services to the charity through 2018 

  • NGD teams up with Next Connex to boost service capabilities

    Datacentre provider Next Generation Data (NGD) has teamed up with fibre network owner Next Connex to improve the quality of service it is able to offer to its channel customers