• Founding members extol the virtues of The Big Goal

    Corporate social responsibility plays a crucial role in how brands are perceived by customers and 32 companies in our industry have now recognised the power The Big Goal initiative can provide.

  • Lessons learned on the effective leadership journey

    This month we shed light on the experiences of successful business leaders in the channel and glean insights into the lessons learned along their career pathways, lessons that could also help you successfully lead through the current industry transformation.

  • How channel firms are revving up for 2024

    This month's Kaleidoscope feature provides a snapshot of opportunities and challenges facing channel businesses this year, providing a quick reference to where business leaders are focusing their efforts and forecasting growth, along with a cautionary note or two.

  • Gauging the current impact of Artificial Intelligence

    This month, comms industry thought leaders share insights into current demand for Artificial Intelligence solutions, how they are adopting AI within their own organisations and the extent to which this exciting technology will likely reshape the channel landscape.

  • Assessing cyber attack trends through a channel lens

    This month we gain a deeper understanding of the security breaches hitting customer bases and their nature, and what channel players are doing to combat and contain cyber crime while establishing security strategies that provide long-term resilience.

  • Overcoming the growing complexity of project management and delivery

    A disastrous Oracle rollout has been blamed (in part) for nearly bankrupting Birmingham City Council. The new IT system needs circa £46.53m to fix ongoing problems and the debacle puts a spotlight on the potential complexity of deals today and the importance of successful project management and delivery.

  • Channel leaders continue cost of living aid for staff

    The link between staff support mechanisms and the rising cost of living is strengthening with channel companies continuing to go the extra mile by enhancing existing initiatives and introducing new employee benefits ranging from ongoing pay increases to mental health support.   CHRIS MORRISEY

  • Mixed views on Ofcom's role in driving net zero efforts

    This month our panel of industry experts unravel the extent to which Ofcom should help co-ordinate and accelerate the comms industry's decarbonisation efforts, whether by creating an enabling environment or more directly through reporting and governance frameworks. STEPHEN WARBURTON ZEN PARNTERS

  • Ofcom's Equinox 2 discount offer draws mixed response

    Ofcom's approval of Openreach's Equinox 2 pricing offer prompted mixed responses from industry. The regulator's green lighting of the scheme in May followed a period of industry consultation to ascertain whether Equinox 2 is anti-competitive, and according to some stakeholders Ofcom got it right, others say it made the wrong decision.

  • Channel leaders take stock of H1, look ahead to H2

    This month we share insights from channel leaders who have been especially proactive in their responses to industry challenges and opportunities during H1 2023. Progress has been visible across many areas, from culture to contact centre development, providing a strong baseline for a continuation of strategic advances in H2.