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  • Resellers compete for pole position with Nimans

    Niman and Mills are encouraging resellers to compete for glory in a nationwide challenge - on the go-karting track, writes Linda Endersby. As official Fusion Data installation distributors, they have teamed up to launch the Formula Fusion 2012. The s... 

  • Vendors who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones

    That Avaya IPO has been rumbling on for a while, hasn't it? First tabled about 12 months ago, the plans were made official last June and it was thought, for a few minutes back in February, that it might happen in April. Well, it didn't, but thereis a... 

  • HP on verge of massive job cuts, say reports

    Between 25,000 and 30,000 jobs could be on the line at HP, according to reports, as the IT giantpreps deep cuts thatexpected to be made public in its earnings statement next week. It is thought that the bulk of the cuts will impact in three main area... 

  • Midmarket channel deals high on Avaya agenda

    Avaya's new UK and Ireland managing director Simon Culmer has revealed he is weighing up the merits of putting in place a new horizontal midmarket tier to sit across the firm's vertically-oriented sales structure, and will be leaning on channel partn... 

  • Datatec despairs of UK economy

    Datatec, the South Africa-based group behind Westcon and Logicalis, has reported a solid end to its fiscal 2012 which closed on 29 February, but once again has bemoaned a challenging economic environment in the UK, revealing that the bulk of its grow... 

  • Six Degrees throws down gauntlet to cloud rivals

    Cloud services provider Six Degrees has set its sights onaggressive growth over the course of the year and said its ambition is to be"talked about in the same breath as the Rackspaces and Iomarts of this world by year end," according to gro... 

  • Daisy lifts wraps on underground Manchester hideout

    Comms and networking provider Daisy Group has poured a million pound investment in its Manchester city centre datacentre, adding more energy efficient technology to the underground facility that it claims could save it up to £25,000 a year. Dai... 

  • Regulatory pressures reveal poor risk management controls

    A recent survey shows that in times of increasing regulatory pressures only a third of businesses think they have robust processes in place to manage governance risk and compliance (GRC), writes Linda Endersby. The survey, by Software AG, provider of... 

  • Mozy backs up reseller programme with online portal

    Data protection provider Mozy, has taken the wraps off first online portal for resellers in the UK just days after it kicked off its channel programme, writes Linda Endersby. Following the launch of it UK reseller programme at the start of the mont... 

  • NCC aims to reduce web attacks with .secure domain

    NCC Group has set up a separate business to deliver secure web infrastructure services to meet the growing need for watertight web surfing. The security specialist has launched Artemis Internet in response to the growing number of vulnerabilities on...