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  • Quartermaine new UK boss for Juniper

    Juniper Networks has named Mark Quartermaine as its new area vice president of the UK and Ireland, with a brief to get his teeth into its service provider and enterprise business. 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 24 August 2012

    Our weekly round-up of the most popular digital content here on MicroScope.co.uk. 

  • Byte Night 2012 set to smash records

    The IT industry’s annual fundraising event in aid of youth homelessness, Byte Night, looks set to smash its registration and fundraising targets by a substantial margin. 

  • BYOD offers data roaming opportunity for channel

    iPass has published a Mobile Workforce Report, saying Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in the workplace is creating a generation of productive workaholics. 

  • AMD VP to lead EMEA sales

    AMD corporate veep Darren Grasby is to head up sales efforts in EMEA, reporting to chief sales officer John Byrne. 

  • Olympics kickstarts SME remote working

    The Olympics could have a lasting impact on the way SMEs work with more now enjoying the ability to allow staff to work remotely. 

  • IT bosses not sold on Coalition growth policy

    A survey of IT bosses by trade body Intellect has found that many feel the government does not understand their needs. 

  • End users ‘too busy’ to do security, says IBM

    A Forrester Research survey commissioned by IBM has found that nearly 70% of end users neglect IT security because other responsibilities keep them too busy. 

  • Costs a barrier for small firms training

    Small firms are finding that costs are a barrier to undertaking more training and the courses around compliance and technical skills that are on offer lack flexibility 

  • IT temps head for London games

    An uptick in demand for IT contractors during the second quarter has likely been driven by firms opting to hire short-term IT pros to meet Olympic deadlines.