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  • Nimans gets extra Aastra clout

    Unified comms distributor Nimans has expanded its relationship with Aastra to include Microsoft Lync handsets. 

  • Five Minute Interview: Dan Cunliffe, O2 Wholesale

    Dan Cunliffe from channel comms provider O2 Wholesale takes the hot-seat for another Five Minute Interview. 

  • Resellers to give Daisy partner programme the once-over

    Daisy Group partners have been invited to kick the tyres of the firm's indirect partner programme at its 'Evolve' relaunch event to be held this week in the Midlands. 

  • Daisy losses narrow as sales bloom, considers dividend

    Daisy Group has cut its annual operating losses from £15.8m to £13.1m for the 12 months to the end of March, and sales at the b2b comms specialist have risen by 30% to £348.6m, with EBITDA also up to £56.3m. 

  • Channel names handed gongs in Queen's list

    Forget Gary Barlow and Kate Winslet, the real stars of the Queen's Birthday Honours were closer to home indicating that if you do good works then there are still rewards there for people connected with the computer and telco industry. 

  • Exclusive - the IP hone 5 operators in the UK revealed

    Which companies are best at tweaking IP performance? Watch this space as we reveal the quintet of the best companies at fine tuning Internet Protocol - dubbed the IP hone 5. 

  • Whitespace offers new generation of Orwellian technology

    Personally, I'm obsessed with the continuing story of White Space, the invention that uses unused parts of the TV spectrum to create a new form of wi-fi. The upshot is that large parts of the Britain - unreachable parts of the countryside, can now ge... 

  • Nine out of ten city CIOs on course for prosecution by FSA

    Over 90 per cent of city firms could face prosecution in November for failing to comply with new FSA regulations on call recording, according to one study. With November's deadline for meeting the Financial Services Authority's new rules on call... 

  • iPhone users are most dangerous behind the wheel says survey

    In a survey conducted last week, this column uncovered the truth about iPhone users; they make the worst drivers. The survey was conductedon two separate occasions on the same stretch ofroad. Cycling against the traffic, from Chobham to Kingston in S... 

  • Mobile recording is a nightmare, but it could come Tru

    As any readers of CityAm know, the FSA says all fixed line AND mobile calls have to be recorded. If all Freddie Goodwin's mobile phone conversations are not available for inspection by the auditors, then HBoS's may be forced to hand its banking licen...