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Mike Barron joins Synaxon as channel head

Synaxton has appointed Mike Barron as Channel Manager, joining from Entatech where he served for over six years holding both channel and business development roles. Prior to that he worked at Stone Computers.

Lily Comms Team Leader scoops inspirational award

Hats off to Dawn Williams-Urch, Operations Team Leader at Yorkshire-based Lily Comms, who collected the top accolade at Bradford's Inspirational Women Awards (BIWA) staged at the city's Hilton Hotel.

Masergy adds muscle to cyber security with Global DataGuard acquisition

Masergy Communications has bolstered its cyber security credentials following the acquisition of Global DataGuard.

Global distributors launch anti-corruption unit

The Global Technology Distribution Council (GTDC) has launched its own anti-bribery and anti-corruption (ABAC) due diligence platform.

The platform, developed in conjunction with Hiperos and Thomson Reuters, will be delivered as a managed network to both GTDC members and other non-member technology firms.

Daisy Distribution launches Office 365 through O2

As Microsoft unveils a version of its Office 365 software suite for iPads, mobile airtime provider Daisy Distribution has made the service available to its O2 partners and has been holding a series of partner training days to promote its benefits.

Ingram Micro extends RingCentral cloud solution to UK

US-listed RingCentral is to offer its RingCentral Office cloud-based business phone solution to channel partners in the UK via Ingram Micro and the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace.

Ingram Micro began offering RingCentral to its resellers in North America in April 2013, and will now offer RingCentral Office to its base of cloud-focused channel partners across the UK.

KCOM Group renews charity partnership for a third year

KCOM Group has renewed its charity partnership with Sparks for a third year.

Sparks is a leading medical research charity dedicated to funding pioneering research for a range of conditions affecting babies, children and pregnant mothers.

Demand for permanent IT staff hots up

Demand for permanent IT and computing workers improved for the 55th month running in March according to the latest Report on Jobs published today by KPMG and the REC.

Moreover, the growth rate accelerated to the quickest since August 1998. Demand for permanent employees was also stronger than that for temporary/contract staff, as shown by the respective indices scoring 69.6 and 63.7.

AKJ welcomes former Modern MD back to the fold

Billing software solution specialist Aurora Kendrick James (AKJ) has reformed its working relationship with former Modern Communications MD Adrian Barnard who has embarked on a new venture that operates under the Prime Networks banner.

Next Generation Data Europe opts for Openreach

The deal will see Openreach providing additional fibre capacity and diverse routing to meet growing demand from Next Generation Data's business and government customers.

NGD customers will have access to more than 200 communications providers selling Openreach Ethernet and Optical services to the end user business markets - including options from 10Mbps up to multiple 10Gbps services.

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