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  • Vendors undermining reseller services ambitions

    Brocade has found that its partners services ambitions are being undermined by the general failing by most vendors to provide innovative and flexible solutions 

  • Service Level Agreements blown away in storm

    Next time a job is out to tender, remember to bring a bucket, it could come in handy, writes Nick Booth. 

  • Embotics expands distribution line-up

    Cloud management specialist Embotics has added a couple of distributors to its channel line-up as it looks to increase the business generated by resellers in the UK and Benelux 

  • Emulex launches new channel promotions

    Converged networking vendor Emulex is launching a number of channel promotions to bolster sales of its datacentre and cloud infrastructure performance-boosting kit 

  • Moving virtual storage to the cloud

    Parallels' John Zanni shares some guidelines for hosting firms who want to enhance their offerings with cloud-based storage. 

  • Government launches next phase of G-Cloud project

    The second phase of the G-Cloud project has gone live with hundreds of new suppliers, including a substantial number of resellers, named to the public sector cloud buying programme 

  • The easy way to (re-)sell cloud

    Richard Davies is CEO for cloud service provider ElasticHosts and he writes the first in a three part series of articles on the growing cloud opportunity 

  • VMware profits dip as expenses rack up

    Although it booked growth across the board in licence and services revenues, VMware’s profits failed to keep pace with the runaway growth in virtualisation and cloud infrastructure in Q3 

  • Datacentre traffic will grow four times by 2016, predicts Cisco

    Global datacentre traffic will grow four times by 2016 to reach a total of 6.6 zettabytes annually, Cisco Systems’ Global Cloud Index has forecast 

  • BT highlights cloud momentum

    BT and Ovum has revealed that there is a swing in favour of cloud computing thanks to buying patterns changing with networking and IT coming under the same roof