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Arrow acquires Click Networks

Arrow has announced the acquisition of Click Networks Limited. Based in Glasgow, Click Networks supplies IT managed services and cloud services. It wa

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Purchasing behaviour

The market’s purchasing behaviour has been visibly transitioning for some time as customers look for simple methods to deploy software and solutions a

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Desktop as a Service

Vendors have been quick to jump on the Desktop as a Service (DaaS) trend and in 2020 the service can now be found in organisations of all sizes. In th

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OnLogic introduces range of rugged industrial computers to Europe

OnLogic has introduced a range of rugged industrial computers, the Karbon Series, to the UK market. The Karbon Series is shock and vibration resis

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Dell poaches Cisco’s Rola Dagher to lead global channel

Dell Technologies has announced Rola Dagher will be its new global channel chief. She will lead Dell Technologies’ global partner strategy, vision, en

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Forrester forecasts tech spending could decline by up to 9%

Forrester predicts that, due to the coronavirus and resulting recessions, tech spending in Europe will decline by 5% to 7% in 2020 from 2019 levels in

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HPfE programme embraced by Channel

HP for Education 2020 (HPfE), HP’s schools and colleges programme, is on track to enjoy its most successful year ever according to HP. It is the first

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Giacom brings Nuvolex ManageX Platform to UK market

Giacom has partnered with Nuvolex, becoming the first Distributor in the United Kingdom to resell the Nuvolex ManageX platform – an advanced Multitena

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Konica signs ITECH to continue Channel expansion

Konica Minolta Business Solutions (UK) Limited has announced its new Channel partner, Manchester-based specialist managed print and IT services provid

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Westcoast take on entire ACER portfolio

Westcoast will now stock the full Acer UK commercial product portfolio. ACER UK has seen growth within all sectors of the commercial market (SMB, Mid-

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Startup XTECH emerges from lockdown

XTECH has merged from stealth mode with a bold ambition to bring a more human focussed approach back to the IT sales channel. The brainchild of former

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Exertis Hammer announces Big Data Storage agreement with DDN

Exertis Hammer today announced an EMEA-wide distribution agreement with big data storage supplier DDN. The vendor designs, develops, deploys, and o

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The Channel ‘likely’ to feel business impact in Q2

European revenue growth in distribution climbed into positive year-on-year figures for the first time in a month during the week ending April 26 (week

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European Channel growth falters

Revenue growth among European IT channel players has faltered for the first time since the start of coronavirus-related government lockdowns, with sup

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Sharp Business Systems names Synergy Connect Partner of the Year

Sharp Business Systems UK are delighted to announce the Synergy Technology Group as its inaugural Connect Partner of the Year 2019/20. This all-new in

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Microsoft: The ‘Enterprisation’ of Consumers

Microsoft seems to have decided the way forward to monetise its massive userbase of one billion devices running on Windows 10, of which nearly 33% are

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Enterprise Covid-19 reaction – IT partners scrabble for survival across Europe

According to CONTEXT the Enterprise market has been slower to react to the coronavirus crisis than the PC and AV-system markets – as early as February

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PC sales skyrocket amid remote working demands

Volume sales of PCs through Western Europe’s largest distributors increased by +38% year-on-year in the first three weeks of March as the accelerating

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Cato launches SDP with Instant Access

Cato Networks has introduced Cato SDP with Instant Access to help IT leaders rapidly deliver work-from-home solutions at scale worldwide. Instant Acce

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54% of SMBs are at risk to printer hacks

Over half (54%) of small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) in the UK are exposing themselves to a serious data breach because they are not adequately

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