News

  • QBS launches new IT distributor

    QBS Software has launched a new distributor which will showcase five vendors from the Insight Partners portfolio, offering cybersecurity, devops and Microsoft365 management.
  • Vodafone confirms talks with Three UK

    Vodafone has confirmed long-rumoured discussions with Three’s parent company CK Hutchison that would see the telcos combine to create the largest mobile operator in the UK.
  • plan.com acquires Telserve Group

    plan.com has acquired Telserve Group as part of a strategy that will drive expand over the next five years.
  • Ex-Nimans-er spawns video marketing firm

    Paul Sherwood, who spend six years as Client Account Manager at Nimans, is urging channel operators to leverage the branding benefits of video marketing.
  • Channel suffering from marketing talent shortage

    Research from BT Wholesale has found that 89% of channel partners are struggling to maximise brand awareness in the industry, despite a strong perceived link between sales and marketing (90%).
  • Curvalux and CBNG merge to distrupt wireless market

    Curvalux UK has merger with Cambridge Broadband Networks Group (CBNG) to realise the global demand for highspeed Fixed Wireless Access.
  • Tony Cook’s marathon effort for MIND

    Tony Cook, the retired founder of comms billing specialists Union Street, was one of thousands of charity runners who conquered last Sunday’s London Marathon, raising £6,500 for mental health charity Mind.
  • Alcatel-Lucent names O’Hanlon as UK&I head

    Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise has appointed Gerry O’Hanlon as Country Business leader for the UK and Ireland to grow revenues and increase market penetration.
  • Kocho adds mobile management with Mobliciti buy

    Kocho adds strategic mobile management and security capabilities to its growing service portfolio with the acquisition of Mobliciti.
  • Redsquid launches in-house MDR solution

    Redsquid has launched its Managed Endpoint Detection and Recovery solution (MDR), Cyber/Kill, designed to safeguard customers amid increased pressure from cybercrime.

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