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Customer experience must be considered when fighting toll-fraud

In a recent interview Tollring’s Tony Martino and Carl Boraman talk about the Channel’s role in tackling toll-fraud. The issue has been largely…

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Daisy ranked third in Sunday Times Top Track 250 league table

Daisy Group, the UK provider of business communications, IT and cloud services, has been ranked third overall of Britain’s private mid-market growth c

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NFON opens Manchester office

NFON UK has opened its first UK office outside of its London headquarters, in Manchester Business Park. NFON UK is experiencing tremendous growth, wit

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CounterPath launches Bria Teams

CounterPath Corporation has launched Bria Teams, a new service providing team communications and collaboration tools across desktop and mobile devices

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Fuze puts professional services into partner’s hands

Fuze has expanded its Global Partner Program to enable partners to deliver Fuze professional services. Through the Fuze Global Partner Program (GP

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Tollring takes on senior staff in recruitment drive

Tollring has made two new appointments to further drive the company’s ambitious global expansion plans. Alistair Mortimore takes on the new role of

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Silver Peak earns Miercom Performance Verification on VoIP tests

Silver Peak today announced that the Unity EdgeConnect SD-WAN edge platform has earned the Miercom Performance Verification certification following a

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Claranet opens Cyber Security Unit

Managed services provider Claranet has announced the official launch of its Cyber Security unit, designed to give customers access to information secu

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Travers has his sights set on $10bn at Exclusive

Exclusive Group has announced Andy Travers as its new SVP Worldwide Sales and Marketing. The ex-Fortinet and RSA executive will be responsible for lea

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Optimity calls on Ofcom to review licensing for 5G

Earlier this year, the Government’s Future Telecoms Infrastructure Review recommended that Ofcom should consider a more flexible approach to licensing

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Blue Jeans targets U.S. with Ingram

Blue Jeans Network has announced a U.S. distribution agreement with Ingram Micro which extends the relationship after successfully selling together in

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EfficientIP and Cisco combine platforms to combat DNS attacks

EfficientIP is combining its technology with Cisco’s network security product suite, the Cisco Umbrella platform. This alliance extends the perimeter

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UKFast targets customers with flexible cloud resources

Cloud technology firm UKFast is launching a new service within its eCloud range, enabling customers to instantaneously scale into a pool of unlimited

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Gamma acquires a footprint in Netherlands with Dean One

Gamma has acquired DX Groep BV (“Dean One”). Dean One is a growing telecoms group based in the Netherlands. Dean One is a business with many simila

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Rami Houbby leads cloud charge at Mitel

Mitel has appointed Rami Houbby to lead the cloud sales team for Mitel where he will be focused on accelerating the growth of Mitel’

s cloud business…

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Grant Daines Joins NDG-Supernet to head up channel

Grant Daines has been appointed as the New Channel Director of NDG SuperNet. Building on NDG’s success and the anticipated launch of NDG SuperNet’s On

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Ofcom caps wholesale costs on 070 calls

Ofcom has decided to cap the wholesale cost of connecting 070 calls, to help protect callers from fraud and unexpected call costs. 070 numbers are

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Masergy expands partner programme in EMEA

Masergy has announced a significant expansion to its channel programme in the EMEA region. Following its initial success, the enhanced programme will

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CensorNet signs Infinigate for UK distribution

CensorNet has today announced it has signed Infinigate as its distributor of choice in the UK. The two companies already work together in the Benelux

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Openreach completes largest transfer of employees in history

Openreach has completed what is believed to be the largest one-off people transfer in UK corporate history, under TUPE Regulations. The move means

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