An interview with AMD last week shed light on the latest battleground between Intel and AMD which underlies future changes in computing. In a meeting with corporate vice president for global channel sales, Roy Taylor, he said both AMD and Intel are investing in microprocessor architectures which give equal prominence to both serial and parallel computing. more»
Resellers have cautiously welcomed some parts of the Budget, saying elements could help smaller businesses and the IT industry.
However, they have warned that by giving benefits and breaks to SMEs and start ups larger companies may find room for complaint. more»
Despite claims that Microsoft is planning to offer discounts on Windows 8 OEM prices over in Taiwan, disties and resellers have said that they have not seen the same happening in the UK.
However, they have hinted that if the rumours are correct, there could be a knock on effect on UK sales later on in the year. more»
Businesses and consumers have reached a “tipping point” in the market, leading to a huge appetite for the cloud, a Microsoft’s director of partner and strategy programmes has claimed to ChannelEye.
The company, which, over the past year has brought out a range of new products for both consumers and business, is now trying to win over resellers in the lead up to the launch of Office 365 for the commercial space. more»
Abiquo has launched its 2013 Global Partnership Programme, aimed at helping partners make the most of the Cloud.
According to the company, the global programme will aim to help resellers take advantage of this technology, which some companies may struggle to do. more»
Things are looking more than a little shaky at the Intel Corporation with claims of pay freezes and vacancies left unfilled.
Last month the company announced that it had seen profits take a nose dive dropping 27 percent in the last quarter, net income stood at $2.5 billion from the $3.4 billion, a year earlier, while the company’s revenue took a hit falling three percent to $13.5 billion from $13.9 billion. more»
Having delivered a keynote designed to outline Dell’s positive outlook in enterprise to a room full of press and analysts at a remodeled gas-works, the Westergasfabriek, on the edge of an Amsterdam park, Dell EMEA President Aongus Hegarty took some time out of his schedule to speak with ChannelEye, joined by Edmund English, Director, EMEA commercial marketing. more»
Work placements at degree stage help prepare IT students for full time work, yet the cost and pressure of finding them can put many off, a work experience professional has said.
The comments follow a survey of 320 graduates from CWJobs, which found that those who had completed a placement year had been better prepared to enter the world of work when they had finished their degree. more»
Despite “rough conditions” in the channel, VIP Computers has said it will continue to push on with its channel strategy and look to hire more senior management in the future.
Speaking with ChannelEye, the distie said channel partners will also continue to see support. more»