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  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 15 June 2012

    The most read stories on MicroScope.co.uk from the last seven days. 

  • Computacenter to hire 700 services staff

    Computacenter is to embark on a major recruitment drive, on-boarding over 700 new staff on the Services side - transferring others from customers and their historical suppliers - in the wake of a surprise upturn in its business. 

  • Fujitsu hires cloud channel boss for midmarket push

    Fujitsu has lit the blue touchpaper under its channel cloud proposition, announcing a sepecific cloud accreditation for midmarket and vertically-focused partners, and appointing former Intact Software UK channel boss Paul Dobbs as its new Global Clou... 

  • Comstor takes next step up Cisco training ladder

    Specialist network distie Comstor has taken another step along the road to becoming a true Cisco master after being designated a Cisco Authorised Business Acceleration Learning Partner (BALP). The new designation covers advanced training on a swathe ... 

  • Face-to-face communication still crucial for channel success

    With improvements in technology and social media, communication in business has been transformed, writes Linda Endersby.But recent research reported by the Wall Street Journal states that 90% of conversations still take place offline, and - as the ch... 

  • ShoreTel orders up Pattie to run distribution

    ShoreTel's EMEA operation is beginning to resemble an Avaya reunion after the unified comms vendornamed a trio of ex-Avayaexecsto its regional leadership team, among them former UKreseller boss Darren Pattie, who returns to the channel to head up EME... 

  • In-depth: Avoiding becoming a victim of corporate ID fraud

    A quick scan of identitytheft.org.uk, a government website backed by organisations and companies with an interest in reducing fraud, is enough to put the frighteners on any law abiding reader, writes Adam Bernstein. While many in the channel realise... 

  • Millions of pounds on offer for ICT research projects

    The Technology Strategy Board is trumpeting the £20m of government investment that is heading to high-tech firms with projects that could provide a crop of world-beating home-grown products. Along with specialists in nanotechnology, bio scienc... 

  • SMEs look for credit to fuel growth ambitions

    SMEs are planning to grow their businesses if the economy doesn't cause them too many problems with more looking for credit and finance to grow in the next few months. The latest BDRC Continental SME Finance Monitor paints a picture of more small fi... 

  • Social networks becoming communication medium of choice

    Resellers assuming that a website is enough of a cyber shop window to promote their services and products could find themselves lagging behind as social networks become the primary form of communication. Over the past couple of decades web sites hav...