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  • Cisco worldwide channel chief Keith Goodwin to retire

    Cisco Worldwide Partner Organisation senior vice president Keith Goodwin is to retire at the end of the financial year after 13 years at the firm, seven of them spent running the channel. 

  • ATEC first video surveillance firm to claim HP Gold badge

    Video surveillance specialist ATEC Security has become the first UK partner to gain the HP Gold Registered Networking Specialist badge in a move it claims recognises the increasing importance of IP surveillance solutions. 

  • ANS among first to nab elite Cisco NetApp FlexPod badge

    Networking and cloud integrator ANS has become one of the first Cisco and NetApp partners in the UK, alongside DiData and Logicalis, to be named to the vendors' joint FlexPod Premium Partner Framework. 

  • Dell to channel: resistance is futile

    Michael Dell has said that Dell's portfolio has grown so broad that there is now "not a question" of whether or not resellers are going to have a relationship with it but "a question of when and how". 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 8 June 2012

    Android may falter if Microsoft, Apple strategies pay off Analyst house IDC has suggested that the Android smartphone and tablet operating system's marketshareis on the verge of peaking this year, andwill begin to decline. In its latest quarterly res... 

  • Comstor takes next step up Cisco training ladder

    Specialist network distie Comstor has taken another step along the road to becoming a true Cisco master after being designated a Cisco Authorised Business Acceleration Learning Partner (BALP). The new designation covers advanced training on a swathe ... 

  • Kurmi sizes up UK UC channels

    Unified comms software vendor Kurmi Softwareis to begin selling its UC provisioning and management tools into the UK and will be looking to target partners of key networking vendors such as Avaya, Alcatel-Lucent and Mitel. 

  • Video: as simple as a phone call?

    Video continues to rise in popularity, but will it ever achieve the ubiquity of the traditional voice call? As Avaya closes its acquisition ofRadvision, Simon Culmer looks at the opportunities that video affords business and the hurdles that need to ... 

  • Android may falter if Microsoft, Apple strategies pay off

    Analyst house IDC has suggested that the Android smartphone and tablet operating system's marketshareis on the verge of peaking this year, andwill begin to decline. In its latest quarterly research on the state of the mobile phone market, IDC said th... 

  • ShoreTel orders up Pattie to run distribution

    ShoreTel's EMEA operation is beginning to resemble an Avaya reunion after the unified comms vendornamed a trio of ex-Avayaexecsto its regional leadership team, among them former UKreseller boss Darren Pattie, who returns to the channel to head up EME...