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  • Firms failing to take advantage of social media

    Those companies that have decided to allow their staff to use social media have yet to formulate user policies that will enable the business to take advantage of greater collaboration 

  • FAST warns cyber threat is linked with illegal software

    FAST has welcomed moves by the government to increase awareness of cyber crime but has warned that the use of unlicensed software also increases the risks faced by users 

  • Google puts positive spin on weak results

    Google has added to the ranks of big tech names that have issued disappointing results this week but is trying to remain positive 

  • BSA becomes Software Alliance

    The Business Software Alliance has revealed a name change as it looks to promote its activities beyond simply the enterprise market 

  • Ancoris snaps up Cloud Skills

    Ancoris has acquired Google Apps specialist Cloud Skills to bolster the support it can provide for legacy as well as web-based applications 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 28 September 2012

    Our regular look back at the most popular news stories from the past seven days on MicroScope.co.uk 

  • Avnet sets up Red Hat support centre

    Avnet Technology Solutions has set up a Red Hat support centre to increase the support it provides for resellers looking to sell open source based solutions. 

  • HP makes changes at top of enterprise services division

    Hewlett-Packard has made changes to the management team in charge of its enterprise services operation after the current head decided to leave 

  • Skills warning as IT employment booms

    A warning has been sounded by e-skills UK over the amount of new entrants into the IT and telco sectors required to keep growth on track over the rest of this decade 

  • Neglecting software estate costing users

    Those that fail to keep on top of their software licenses not only risk ending up being caught for under licensing but are usually over-paying for applications they no longer need to pay for