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  • Five minute interview: Niall Anderson, Avaya

    MicroScope puts its questions to Niall Anderson, regional channel director, UK and Ireland, Avaya 

  • Opinion: Taking a fresh look at UC

    Joe Mayhew, CTO at Calyx Managed Services With the new financial year only a few months in, we are seeing mid-sized firms battling in an uncertain economy to streamline operations to make further efficiency savings and remain competitive. As their co... 

  • When vanity killed the video star. Could human insecurity kill off telepresence?

    We live in a world of video. From the near constant monitoring of our urbanised lives by CCTV, to the growing ubiquity of video-conferencing and telepresence, the cameras truly seem to be taking over. But will it always be that way? David Foster Wall... 

  • BlueAnt makes better mobile gadgets for shouty Apprentice wannabes

    The awful mobile apps featured on The Apprentice were totally Amstrad.Nick Booth exploressome much better gizmos. The concept of customer relationship marketing always makes me nervous. Handing over your credit card is NOT a sign thatyou want 'a rela... 

  • Which is best? Entanet or Enta? Only one way to find out! Fight!

    At the end of the month two teams of 20 will take to the River Severn in Shrewsbury to settle once and for all the age old rivalry between distributor Enta Technologies(boo!) and voice and data provider Entanet (hurrah!)* To the winner goes fame, ete... 

  • Skype will drive interoperability in video market, says LifeSize boss Andreas Wienold

    Following last month's acquisition of Skype by Microsoft, many struggled to see sense in the deal, butin the industry itself thereware a surprisingnumber of positive viewpointssuggesting it would be beneficial to the networkingchannel. Now the dust h... 

  • Is your business prepared for the zombie apocalypse?

    The BBC is today reporting that Leicester City Council has been forced to admit it is unprepared for an attack by hordes of flesh-eating zombies following a Freedom of Information request. According to the Beeb, the council's information governance h... 

  • Dig deep for Cisco charity bike ride

    Being a fairlycommitted road warrior (somemight say lycra lout) myself, thefairly committed bunch of pretty hardcore cycling and triathlon enthusiasts in the UK channel has not escaped my notice. But as hardcore goes I can't hold a candle to this one... 

  • The Outlook for SMS marketing could be a Wiz, says prince of Dynmark

    Oscar Jenkins, chief executive at Dynmark, says the mobile operators could make a lot more cash out of SMS if they had a half decent message manager. How complacent are the buffoons of the mobile phone industry? They unwittingly created a brilliant ... 

  • Avaya to go public? This is no rumour

    The Wall Street Journal is this afternoon reporting that Avaya is to go public in a $1bn IPO as soon as next week. The vendor was delisted in 2007when it was acquired by venture capitalists TPG Capital and Silver Lake Partners, and it is thought that...