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  • Du Toit reunites with former boss at Azzurri

    Managed communications services provider Azzurri has named channel veteran David Du Toit as its new operations director to soup up the firm’s internal processes and boost service quality and value to end-users 

  • Bramwell hired to spearhead Ingram mobile push

    Matt Bramwell has been taken on by Ingram Micro to run its mobile business with a brief to expand and grow market share 

  • Reseller LDD takes leap into telecoms world

    HP, Cisco and VMware partner LDD Group has launched a new wholesale telecoms division as it seeks to diversify its offering into end-to-end solutions provision. 

  • Huawei set to pump £1.2bn into UK economy

    Ren Zhengfei, the CEO of expansive Chinese networking kit builder Huawei, is set to announce the creation of 700 new jobs in the UK 

  • Centrify signs Cohort to target Apple users

    Security and compliance solutions provider Centrify has signed VAD Cohort to market its DirectControl for Mac and Mobile product suites. 

  • BYOD offers data roaming opportunity for channel

    iPass has published a Mobile Workforce Report, saying Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in the workplace is creating a generation of productive workaholics. 

  • Avaya financial boss out as losses mount

    Avaya has replaced its CFO Anthony Massetti, with JDS Uniphase financial bod and one-time Cisco man Dave Vellequette in the latest of a series of leadership changes at the communications firm. 

  • Loss clouds ShoreTel figures

    Unified comms and cloud vendor ShoreTel has ended its financial year on a high with sales up but posted yet another quarterly net loss. 

  • Second quarter of decline for mobile market

    The global mobile phone market saw its second consecutive quarter of decline as feature phone sales continued to ebb away and smartphone demand faltered slightly. 

  • Android draws away from mobile OS field

    Google’s Android operating system has increased its dominance over rival mobile platforms and now commands more than 68% of the total market.