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Confidence remains high for the future of the Channel

According to new research announced today by leading global channel services provider, Agilitas IT Solutions, channel companies have a very high level

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Jabra awards top partners

Jabra has announced the winners of its annual Channel Awards, held on the 6th November as part of the annual UKI Partner Conference at the Red Bull Ra

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9 gives partners the ultimate dining experience

9 Group said thank you to a selection of their partners recently with a private dining experience at The Shard in London. Partners also had the opport

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Research reveals over 75% of new telecoms products fail

A new benchmarking study into the future of the telecoms industry by sales, negotiation and communication specialists, Huthwaite International, has re

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Majority of telecoms bosses oblivious to needs of staff

93% of UK bosses in the telecoms sector think it’s important to be liked, while 90% of their staff are crying out for their day-to-day experience of w

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DWS thanks partners with Oktoberfest celebrations

Digital Wholesale Solutions launched DWSfest, the first event of its kind, held to thank partners for their ongoing support. Taking place at Pergola P

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C-suite involvement in business continuity planning on the rise

New research from Databarracks has found that senior leadership (CEO, CFO, MD or FD) are in charge of Business Continuity (BC) plans at 25 per cent of

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Arrow Business Communications (Scotland) opens new flagship office in Glasgow

Arrow relocated their three Scottish businesses into spacious new premises in Scotland’s largest Business Park, Hillington Park. Following the acqu

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SMEs reveal Brexit woes – 80% expect declining income

New research from Onecom has revealed eight out of ten SMEs expect their income to fall because of Brexit. Nearly one in three SMEs (30%) say concerns

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Totem brings Business Health Check to the Channel with Comms Business

Totem and MA Business has signed a landmark deal to ensure readers of Comms Business and Technology Business Today have access to a revolutionary new

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The digital skills gap could cost the UK £141bn in growth

Technology has revolutionised the working world. Organisations are using the capabilities of different technologies to streamline and improve various

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Oulton Hall Shootout

In the second Comms Business Golf Society event of the year Channel golfers descended on Oulton Hall near Leeds for another fantastic day of networkin

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Horn joins IntraLAN as CEO

IntraLAN confirms the appointment of Andy Horn as CEO to drive the continued growth of the business within its key markets. IntraLAN is based in Ep

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15 million UK workers display negative emotions over internet failures

More than 15 million UK workers displayed negative emotional responses - including greater levels of anger, impatience and worry - as a result of inte

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SMEs spend on telecoms increases 40%

New research by Onecom has revealed SMEs on average spend £2,052 a year on telecommunication services, an increase of as much as 40% since 2016., Onec

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Purchasers of the future

There is no denying that Channel Partners have to cater for many different types of technology purchaser in 2019. Comms and IT decisions aren’t necess

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Coworking spaces reach record numbers

The appropriately dubbed ‘coworking revolution’ has rapidly grown over the last few years and has now reached record levels according to flexible work

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Bradford boys get big boost in quest to cross Atlantic

A duo preparing for the biggest challenge of their lives has received a significant show of support from pure technology group [ptg], a provider of IC

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Gamma growth spurs move to new Glasgow offices

Gamma has relocated its Scottish support operations team to new offices in Glasgow. The move signals the continued expansion and growth of the technol

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ITP urges telecoms industry to make use of apprenticeship funding

Employers lost access to £26 million of apprenticeship levy funding in June alone, according to the skills minister. An estimated £37 million has been

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