Although the new year represents a new start in many ways, last year's big talking point - Brexit - will continue to dominate in the coming months and years. Hannah Breeze reports
The biggest stories of the year
Skills gap high on the agenda, as well as Single Digital Market
Brexit-fulled price hikes have been widespread across the channel
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With vendors gearing up for a second round of Brexit-induced price rises, CRN looks at what this 'death by a thousand cuts' means for the channel.
VMware stops short of confirming Brexit-fuelled price hike, but says prices are always evaluated
Uncertainty left over from Brexit is still more of a pressing issue, partners claim
Plummeting value of the pound continues to affect some vendors
MSPAlliance's Charles Weaver argues that the biggest fallout from Brexit could be the future viability of GDPR
'People sitting around moaning about price rises is wasting everyone's time' one Apple partner says
Channel whispers suggest the vendor's UK prices could rise again on 1 December
CRN finds out how partners are reacting to the latest price rises
Technology industry will not necessarily get preferential treatment from a national government, claims Brexit expert Paul Mason
Headset and 'hearables' vendor claims to be "very open" to dropping prices again when it can
HPE CEO claims orders are coming in again now, but says firm is monitoring channel pricing multiple times a week
UK IT pros are chipper about how Brexit will affect IT industry, but colleagues around the world are less so
There could be a massive impact on cloud service providers if UK decides not to implement GDPR after Brexit, says lawyer
Resellers moved to hoover up as much stock as possible in aftermath of Brexit, data from Context indicates
Insight says it has seen 'no indications of any real pause', while Systemax says it has yet to see any 'significant' direct impact'
IT channel firms should focus on simple wins to help government gets its house in order while waiting for clearer direction, argues Kable chief analyst Jessica Figueras
Figures from IHS Markit and CIPS show decline is at fastest rate since early 2009 and first for nearly four years as Brexit uncertainty continues
Analyst predicts drop in confidence will have impact on business space as prices start to rise and consumers cut back on unnecessary spending
Public sector supplier claims it is'"nicely in the middle' of niche, agile suppliers and big public sector supplier giants