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  • On Direct powers up cloud services expansion

    Cloud services provider On Direct has embarked on a partner recruitment drive as it prepares to deliver a series of enhancements to its Cloud Direct offering. 

  • Cloud driving 2012 IT spend growth, says Gartner

    Gartner has raised its worldwide IT spending forecast by half a percentage point as enterprise buyers get cloud fever. 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 6 July 2012

    Our weekly round-up of the top 10 most read stories here on MicroScope.co.uk 

  • Citrix joins Cloud Industry Forum

    Citrix has signed up to the Cloud Industry Forum, joining the likes of Microsoft and VMware. 

  • Avnet polishes off Magirus

    Five years after it bought its enterprise IT distribution business, Avnet has returned to the table to acquire the remainder of datacentre solutions distributor Magirus. 

  • Private cloud spending set for impressive growth

    IDC has released figures showing that private cloud technology will grow at an annual compound growth rate of 23% across Western Europe in the next four years 

  • Comstor plants flag in Cisco, NetApp FlexPod environment

    Cisco-specialist Comstor has revealed it is to sell Cisco and NetApp's FlexPod datacentre architecture in EMEA after being handed distribution rights to the converged networking, server and storage solution. 

  • Consumer cloud new service provider opportunity, says Gartner

    Cloud providers may soon be able to consider adding a new string to their bow in the shape of consumer cloud services, as home users begin to turn to the cloud to store photos, videos and other content. 

  • Data is the new oil? That's just too much

    Judging by Google, there seem to be a lot of people around at the moment who are opening their presentations with the bold statement that "data is the new oil". It's a pretty exciting and thought-provoking way to get people's attention....