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  • Channel must get on top of new mobile compliance rules

    Avaya worldwide channel vice president, Jeremy Butt, examines new regulations on mobile communications handed down by the FSA, and considers the channel impact. This week marks an important date for the Financial Services industry and indeed for mobi... 

  • Column: Bad things often come in threes

    Nick Booth wonders what redundant resellers should do next. 

  • Avaya fires (and misfires) on opening day of 2011 VAR show

    Almost a year ago to the day I painted a mental image that those of us who have met Avaya worldwide channel boss Jeremy Butt would possibly rather forget. So let me paint it again for you! Last year I made the point that Avaya had gone on apologising... 

  • Could Nortel have been an Apple killer?

    Could Nortel have had a piece of Apple? Could it have killed the iPhone before it was a glint in Steve Jobs' eye? Canadian tech website Cantech Letterhas recently uncovered the fascinating history of Nortel's smartphone, a short-lived, barely-rem... 

  • Claranet takes blame for new Big Brother website

    I want toapplaudClaranet for its honesty, earlier this week the managed services provider gamely owned up to having provided web services to Channel 5 for the latest disastrous series of Big Brother, which let's be frank, had pretty much run its cour... 

  • Day 1 at IP Expo. What might have happened.

    This column couldn't get to IP Expo yesterday, because it was at the launch of Moonfruit's new Guerilla Shop Building service, which was being introduced by Emma Jones, the alpha woman who runs Startup Britain, and she is someone you don't say no to.... 

  • Ethical hacker is top attraction at IP Expo

    Moths are so finely tuned to the ultrasonic calls of predatory bats that the nerve cells in their ears are activated by displacements of the eardrum the size of a small atom, according to new research from the University of Bristol. This means that ... 

  • Exinda threatens to give the Cloud a right stuffing

    Adam Davison: now, where do I know that name from? Anyway, Davison is the new VP of something at Exinda (Davison. Davison... that's going to bother me now) which claims to have invented a new genre of networking product.The sheer volumes of network t... 

  • This new generation has got no standards!

    Many in the industry felt Britain's mobile operators over paid for their 3G licenses on 2000, writes Nick Booth. At £5 billion each in the UK, the general consensus was that Vodafone and Orange would have some serious renegotiation to conduct. ... 

  • Teneo gets into African education sector

    While many channel players fundraise for health causes or local charity projects,infrastructure reseller Teneo is spreading its wings and teaming up with charity Plan UK to fund construction of apre-school facilityin Ghana. Teneo said its employees w...