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  • Social networker Zuckerberg top draw in IT industry

    A survey byour sister ICTsectorrecruitment siteCWjobs has revealed the true power of social networks, with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg (pictured) topping a poll of IT personalities who have most inspired people to work in the industry. Also figu... 

  • You're hired! Epstein pitches up in tech industry

    Those of us who were hoping that Apprentice star Stuart Baggs wouldn't find his way back into the technology industry may be wishing for his return after all, after fellow contestant Alex Epstein popped up at Masternaut, a Leeds-based satellite track... 

  • Is there anybody there? Cable and Wireless seeks inspiration from the other side

    Here's a man who knows about voices and passing messages on from the other side. This is the Brighton Pier HQ of Paul Hughes-Barlow, Tarot reader and communications guru. His publicity boasts of a prestigious list of blue chip clients. 

  • Stuart Baggs is a poor advert for the channel

    I know there are a few unreconstructed dinosaurs and total gits out there, but for the most part I have found, in five years of covering channels, that most of you are a fairly affable bunch of people. 

  • BT's Race to Infinity won't help those who need it most

    The communities that will most benefit from improved Internet access are not well-off villages in the south of England. The digitally excluded are in poorer, marginalised parts of the country, the sort of places that are facing up to the reality of t... 

  • Kate and Wills have caused a right royal rumpus

    As remote tribesyet to make contact with western society can hardly fail to be aware, next year will see the Royal Wedding of Prince William and long-term girlfriend Kate Middleton. So let's get this out of the way now, shall we? It's pretty much a g... 

  • Resellers needn't sleepwalk into the converged world

    In the latest of a series of industry guest blogs on Network Noise, Ian Kilpatrick, chairman of infrastructure security and convergence solutions VAD Wick Hill Group, responds to our recent blog on the problems surrounding the unified comms sale. 

  • Will it be a happy new year for Cisco?

    As the excitement of the quarterly results season dies away, one of the last big industry hitters, networking sector bellwether Cisco, will be unveiling its first quarter results later on this evening, and all eyes in the industry are turning to just... 

  • Daisy is under pressure to turn a profit

    As you will hopefully by now have read, M&A marvel Daisy Group has bought acquisitive Mitel partner SpiriTel for £27.3m. I love a good M&A story as much as the next journalist; it's this sort of thing that keeps us in notepads, but in D... 

  • It's time for Avaya to put the cap back on

    A year on from its conference in Prague, the networking and convergence vendor that turned up for its 2010 Barcelona partner party is visibly more confident, and yet at the same time remains visibly apologetic.