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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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DataSolutions takes on Citrix as it plans for UK growth

DataSolutions has been named Distributor of the Year for Northern Europe by multinational software company Citrix Systems. The announcement comes as D

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Datto brings RMM to MSPs with Intel

Datto has announced a collaboration with Intel for Datto RMM, its remote monitoring and management (RMM) platform. Datto and Intel customers will now

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Sophos launch high performance Firewall

Sophos has introduced a new “Xstream” architecture for Sophos XG Firewall with high performance Transport Layer Security (TLS) traffic decryption capa

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Meads to lead Cisco’s UK&I business

Cisco today announced the appointment of David Meads to lead its UK & Ireland business. Meads, who recently led the Partner Organisation for Cisco in

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Cameo creates ‘One Culture’ with new initiative

Cameo has announced its Project-One initiative, building a strong collaborative working culture to foster idea-sharing and nurture people, teams, cust

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CAE posts 28% growth over 2019

Infrastructure technology solutions provider CAE Technology Services has reported strong numbers for its financial year ending June 2019. Turnover for

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Consenna encourages SMB owners to upgrade IT equipment

Consenna has launched a brand-new trade-in programme on behalf of HP aimed at encouraging SMB owners in the UK to consider how to upgrade IT equipment

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McDonald appointed EMEA President of Dell

Adrian McDonald will shortly become EMEA President for Dell Technologies tripling the size of his current organisation. In his new role, he will be re

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Cash flow issues plague IT companies due to late payments

Data provided by MarketFinance has suggests that IT companies are suffering from late payment of invoices. MarketFinance examined over 8,000 invoices

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Farewell to Windows 7 – Half of customers could be at risk

Despite Microsoft ending support for Windows 7 today (14th January 2020), as many as 53% of businesses are yet to complete their migration. That’s acc

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Allvotec acquires ISG Technology

Allvotec has today significantly expanded its operations following the acquisition of networking and physical infrastructure services provider, ISG Te

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2020 set to be a weak year for PC sales

The IT channel should be braced for much weaker performance in the PC market in 2020, with year-on-year sales likely to turn negative in the second ha

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Avenga launches global IT powerhouse

IT service providers IT Kontrakt, Sevenval, CoreValue and Solidbrain have joined forces to form Avenga. the combined companies have more than 20 years

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IT Channel in Ireland has a Brexit feast

As Brexit looms, the IT distribution channel Enterprise market in Ireland is thriving with double-digit growth in the server, storage and networking s

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Is Xerox considering a HP takeover bid?

According to the Wall Street Journal HP is considering a takeover bid from Xerox which could see two former tech powerhouses merge. Xerox, currentl

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