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  • Ipswitch acquisition beefs up app management capabilities

    IT management software vendor Ipswitch has picked up web appspecialist iOpus Software for an undisclosed sum. The firm, which will become part of Ipswitch's Network Management Division,focuses on cloud-basedweb application performance testing and mon... 

  • Floundering Cable & Wireless Worldwide bought for £1bn

    Following a lengthy sale process and a protracted back-and-forth with India-based Tata,troubled comms provider Cable & Wireless Worldwide (CWW) has been swallowed up by Vodafone for £1.04bn, or 38p per share. CWW was formed in March 2010aft... 

  • Nokia to make do without sales boss as scale of slump grows

    Fallen mobilitybehemothNokia will attempt to muddle along without a sales boss after executive vice president Colin Giles decided to cash in his chips and make a hurried exit from the table after 20 years of service, ostensibly to spend more time wit... 

  • Colt expands channel with managed services franchise options

    Networking services provider Colt is to add a new string to its bow, creating a franchise partner channel in a bid to increase its exposure to end-user customers across Europeand help comms VARs make the transition into a managed services role. The n... 

  • Avaya UK boss exits after eight months

    Avaya has parted company with its UK and Ireland managing director, Andrew Shepperd, after just eight months in charge. Sheppard replaced Lee Shorten at the helm in August last year, and vowed to take a "back to basics" approach to the firm... 

  • Redstone to save a further £900k in cost-trimming exercise

    Cloud and network integrator Redstone has said it will look to make further cost savings ofaround £900,000 per annum in response tounpredictable economic conditions. In an interim trading statement for the full-year to 31 March, Redstone said t... 

  • D-Link welcomes C2000 back into distribution fold

    D-Link and Computer 2000 are getting reaccquainted after a two-year break in their relationship, signing a new distribution agreement that will see the full range of D-Link's products, including its IP surveillance and storage lines, sold through C20... 

  • Cisco launches partner services and midmarket incentives

    Cisco has used its annual partner conference for the platform to take the wraps off a couple of fresh partner incentives, writes Linda Endersby. The Cisco Services Partner Program, expected to be available to all partners in all geographies in the n... 

  • The race to provide good, reliable broadband during the Olympics

    There's no doubt that the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games will present a unique situation to British industry, says Dan Cunliffe, head of partners and strategy at O2 Wholesale. The growth of cloud computing, video conferencing and streaming is crea... 

  • Daisy fires up M&A engine once more

    After a period of relative calm and reflection, acquisitive Daisy Group has stoked its boilers once again, handing over an initial cash consideration£28m to acquire business comms provider Worldwide Group Holdings, with the possibility of furth...