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  • Service Level Agreements blown away in storm

    Next time a job is out to tender, remember to bring a bucket, it could come in handy, writes Nick Booth. 

  • Did Xerox just start a price war?

    After Xerox launched a new line of remanufactured cartridges designed to work in its rivals' hardware, Billy MacInnes wonders if it has fired the opening shot in a price war 

  • Moving virtual storage to the cloud

    Parallels' John Zanni shares some guidelines for hosting firms who want to enhance their offerings with cloud-based storage. 

  • Ten things vendors get wrong

    With experience of working for a reseller, distributor and vendor, Aidan Simister of NetWrix lists the top ten mistakes made by vendors in channel relationships 

  • It's not easy to be an SME

    However enthusiastically the government extols the virtues of an economy driven by entrepreneurship and SMEs, the fact remains that it’s not easy being a small company, says Billy MacInnes 

  • The cloud is all about perception

    Nick Booth comes up with an environmentally sound way to address end-user concerns over cloud computing. 

  • When rubbish execution spoils brilliant systems

    Nick Booth paid a visit to the Samsung stand at the Olympic Park in London to test-drive the latest mobile wizardry. 

  • Is cycling the channel's sport?

    It's not often you find yourself cheering 'Come on Node4' but pop along to a cycling race and you find those words forming in your mouth. Last night saw the seventh stage of the Halfords Tour Series, am eleven stage series of races that takes place... 

  • Column: Thwarting the time thieves

    Thieves are operating in the IT industry, stealing the most precious asset in existence - your time. Many of them work in various forms of marketing. Some public relations companies are known to waste time. It's not their fault, they probably assume ... 

  • 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...