IBM's server revenues halve in western Europe as demand for hardware customisation plays into the hands of Asian ODMs, according to IDC
In this series of articles, commissioned by SolarWinds MSP, CRN catches up with some of the UK's leading MSPs to ask them what new services and business models they are pursuing to counteract falling margins in the sector. Part Three focuses on the Internet...
Women will be 'very powerful' in 21st century, Alibaba founder says, after Chinese giant's cloud arm makes it into Gartner Magic Quadrant for first time
Share of fake goods in ICT imports well above 2.5 per cent industry average, report finds
£240m-revenue Microsoft partner also planning to open Edinburgh office later this year as it ploughs on with growth plan
Oracle founder predicts that IaaS and PaaS will one day generate more sales for the giant than SaaS following blow-out quarter
Legislative programme unveiled by Queen gives tech community plenty to chew over, despite being heavily focused on delivering Brexit
3D printer shipments rose 29 per cent in second half of 2016 as users were offered a wider choice of materials and technology, according to IDC
Enterprise software giants are exploring possibility of a deal that would see CA taken off stock market, according to Bloomberg report
'Nexus of Forces' props up Apple, Samsung and other vendors' performance in 2016, but 'digital giants' such as AWS will soon make their mark, says Gartner
George Brasher urges partners to get on board with device-as-a-service and other sustainable IT initiatives in preparation for change in IT decision-maker demographics
But Simon Tetlow says top priority will be to expand revenue stream on offer for existing members
A new CRN whitepaper, commissioned by Red Hat, examines to what extent the channel is ready to satisfy end-users' digital transformation needs
Some resellers who built their own cloud propositions are now counting the cost, Doug Woodburn argues as he runs through what's inside the latest issue of CRN
Average selling price through distribution hit £475 in early Q2, a up from £335 a year previously, well above average rise seen across western Europe, according to Context
CCL contacts CRN after receiving suspicious £12,000 purchase order purporting to be from Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
The channel has a glass-half-full mentality over the latest political shock, while giant US distributor Synnex is making a tentative play for Europe....
Vendor looks to help partners win new business by upping usual investment levels by 25 to 30 per cent
Vendor reveals 'bold ambition' of driving 90 per cent of its product sales through partners, up from current 50 per cent, saying its channel arm is best placed to fulfil demand for digital transformation
Cloud Distribution tasked with enlisting 20 additional UK resellers on behalf of Cisco challenger
Distributor Nimans reassures resellers they will receive same service and support they previously enjoyed under new support structure
John Brooker insists he did not threaten staff with the sack if they voted Labour, dismissing email sent on election day as 'internal banter'
UK channel boss Neil Sawyer tells CRN it planned ahead for SSD and panel price spikes that impacted rival Dell in its last quarter
Number of work permits issued to non-EU IT professionals has risen from 24,000 to 36,000 since 2012, according to Home Office data obtained by law firm