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  • Games should boost cloud and video conferencing

    The Olympic Games has put a strain on the transport system but as remote working increases so should the interest in cloud and video conferencing 

  • Calyx lifts lid on managed UC service

    Calyx has enhanced its UC offering incorporating greater levels of support for Microsoft Lync 

  • Imago to launch video-com recruitment agency

    Video conferencing channel specialist Imago has decided to launch its own recruitment agency to find staff with the right skills to drive the sector forward 

  • Westcon links up with snom

    Westcon Convergence has signed a new distribution agreement with endpoint device specialist snom to supply its IP and Lync optimised SIP-based phones across EMEA. 

  • Siemens lavishes funding on potential UC VARs

    Siemens Enterprise Communications (SEC) is offering a range of incentives to entice new partners into its unified communications channel programme. 

  • Murphx bosses head for the exit as Daisy earn-out period ends

    Former Murphx managing director Carl Churchill and management team Richard Jay, Ben Murphy and Nicki Jay have decided to leave Daisy Group following expiry of a management earn-out. 

  • Nimans gets extra Aastra clout

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

  • Avnet makes cuts in the North

    Avnet Technology Solutions is set to close its Leeds office as it consolidates its Northern operations and has announced that Paul Cook is stepping down from his general sales role. 

  • 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.