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  • Analysis: Turnaround in networking fortunes?

    Despite networking market declines last year, some technologies hold the promise of growth in 2010, writes GfK's Greg Allen The past year has been particularly challenging for the networking market, with both the retail and business channels sufferi... 

  • Analysis: Educators fear IT budget cuts

    Although the weather might have hit the numbers, more than 30,000 visitors were expected to walk the floors of London's Olympia at this year's BETT Show over its four-day span. One first-time attendee to the education technology show earlier this mo... 

  • In depth: Lessons from BETT 2010

    Heavy snow, icy pavements and frozen roads only heightened the buzz at last month's BETT show at London's Olympia. The world's largest annual technology in education show, the event had 750 exhibitors - 50 more than the previous year - and attracted ... 

  • Analysis: Remote working is business enabler

    In February 2009, parts of the UK ground to a halt as the country experienced some of its heaviest snowfall since 1991. Many commentators seized the opportunity to talk up the benefits of remote working and unified communications products to keep bus... 

  • In depth: Bright ideas in the cloud

    It has been a long time since a concept was hyped by the IT industry quite as much as cloud computing. Just about every vendor and many a channel partner with a hosted service or appropriate widget is claiming to be a cloud specialist in a bid to get... 

  • Analysis: Cisco sees its future in video on the mobile internet

    16 October 2009 When you look at Cisco's recent movements in the acquisition space it is possible to see where the vendor believes the next stage of the internet is heading and what parts of the infrastructure jigsaw are going to be needed to suppor... 

  • In-depth: UC step by step

    B Although organisations are purchasing elements of the unified communications (UC) vision to boost staff productivity in difficult economic times, few beyond the largest are buying into the full dream. Instead, the sustained hype around the concept ... 

  • Analysis: Channel adjusts to Nortel exit

    The purchase of Nortel's enterprise communications business by Avayafor $900m marks the beginning of the endgame for Nortel. With few unitsnow remaining, this once powerful vendor has little left beyond itsMetro Ethernet Networks unit and a handful o... 

  • Analysis: Future Orange for channel

    Last week's merger of Britain's third and fourth largest mobile phone networks, Orange and T-Mobile, has raised eyebrows across the industry. The merger creates a 50:50 joint venture. It is expected to hold 37% of the market and roughly 28 million su... 

  • Analysis: What future for Avaya Nortel channel

    The long-running Nortel soap opera took another twist last week, as the auction of the bankrupt network supplier's wireless business neared.