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  • ShoreTel shows promise but keeps losing money

    IP commsvendor ShoreTel has reportedits now customary quarterlynet loss, this time losing $3.7m under GAAP. But could things be about to change? Alleyes are now firmly fixed on new CEO Peter Blackmore, who romped through yesterday evening's conferenc... 

  • SonicWALL boss wants to give power to the workers and the CIO

    This week, MicroScope met with Matt Medeiros, CEO at SonicWALL, the network security vendor that is currently gearing up to host 150 channel partners at its reseller event in Reading. During the course of the discussion Matt spoke about his desire to... 

  • Buy and build outfit Corero fails to make a single acquisition

    Last summer we brought you news that Datatec's boss, Jens Montanana, had bought in to AIM-listed BPM software outfit Corero and was planning to embark on a roll-up of firms in the network security space, and parachuted in Logicalis' director Andrew M... 

  • O2 shoots dead pay-as-you-surf Wi-Fi model

    This morning's news that O2 has taken the unprecedented step ofcommitting to provide genuinely free Wi-Fi regardless of whether or not you'retheir customer is a mixed bag. I believe freedom of access to the internet is crucial for the development of ... 

  • Clock ticking on network channel financing offers

    Networking distieNimans is urging its reseller partners to take advantage of a series of 0% financing offers, which it has just extended to the end of March. The offers span its Panasonic, Samsung and Siements Enterprise Communications lines, with Pa... 

  • Ah, Houston? We have an iPhone

    Mobile phones do tend to wind upin odd places. I suppose it's down to their small size. Take the example of a Ukrainian named Rimma Golovko, who while taking a photo of a crocodile at at a Dnipropetrovsk zoo, had her device ripped from her grasp by t... 

  • Is The Cloud floating into BSkyB's sights?

    A nod to Richard Holway at TechMarketView this morning, who has delved deep behind the formidable Times paywall to bring us news thatNews International'sbrother BSkyB is planning to spend an as-yet undisclosedamount of pocket moneyto buypublic wi-fi ... 

  • 3 wins out in broadband sales race

    An uncomonnlyreasonable approach to mobile broadband usage has helped mobile network3book the mostbroadband sales in 2010, according to figures gathered by broadband comparison website Broadbandgenie. Last year Hutchison Whampoa-owned 3- whichis admi... 

  • 'Bring your own IT' is a great idea, but can you trust your kids?

    A particularly enlightened CIO might be willing to risk his network and let employees bring their own devices to work, but how would you feel about trying the same exercise with a classroom of 14-year old kids? A survey conducted by analysts at Intel... 

  • Will a little wi-fi help Tesco shoppers?

    MicroScope's sister publication ComputerWeekly.com reports today that supermarket leviathan Tesco is planning to put free customer wi-fi in its stores. The firm's chief executive of retailing services, Andy Higginson, let the cat out of the bag at a ...