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  • Adobe purchase of Echosign hit by patent lawsuit from rival RPost

    Barely hours after Adobe's acquisition ofweb-based provider of electronic signature and signature automation, Echosign, the companies have been hit by a lawsuit filed by US-based rival RPost alleging infringement of 5 of its patents. The patents ... 

  • IBM beats Q2 estimates, raises expectations for full year

    IBM's mainframe revenue jumped 61% as it posted better than expected results for its second quarter with revenue up 12% to $26.7bn and an 8% increase in net income to $3.7bn. Despite the surge in mainframe revenue and a 112% rise in total hardwar... 

  • Akamai extends channel with NetAlliance partner programme

    Cloud optimisation services specialist Akamai Technologies has announced plans to expand its channel with a partner programme designed to help global IT solution providers integrate the company's services into their offerings. The company has alre... 

  • Yell launches local emarketplace

    Resellers might well have used the Yellow Pages in the past to advertise their wares to the local business community but under plans unveiled by Yell dealers could be offered more interactive services. Yell has revealed a four year strategic plan to... 

  • UK product sales lag for Computacenter, but services upturn imminent

    IT services provider Computacenter has said that product revenues from its more financial services-oriented customers in the UK were down 23 per cent in the first half ofits financial year, even as itrevealedits first half profitswill be "comfor... 

  • Systems integrators could take stake in police agency

    Systems integrators that were paid billions to supply police computer systems could take a stake in the agency managing their contracts when it is privatised next year, writes Mark Ballard. Gordon Wasserman, who was responsible for police technology... 

  • Phoenix brings in former Fujitsu Services boss as CEO

    Phoenix IT Group has filled its CEO position, which was going to become vacant at the end of the month with the departure of Nick Robinson, with a former Fujitsu Services UK boss David Courtley. Courtley will join the firm which has been focusing on... 

  • CFO's the power behind the IT budget

    Resellers should be aware who holds the purse strings as dissatisfaction with the business benefits of IT lead to change in ownership of purchasing decisions, writes Linda Endersby. the days of the IT director or chief information officer (CIO) bei... 

  • IT services supplier Capita buys Ventura for £65m

    Capita has bought contact centre business Ventura for £65m in a further sign of IT and BPO consolidation, writes Karl Flinders. The UK-based acquisition gives Capita private sector clients O2, Orange, British Gas and Google, as well as custome... 

  • Ignoring customers will cost resellers

    Those resellers that ignore customers and fail to update them on progress of IT projects and deployments face losing business. Lack of communication turned out to be one of the major reasons that suppliers were sacked by customers according to a surv...