Company review site's annual ranking dominated by tech organisations
Alistair Forbes tells CRN he has plans to broaden Scottish Tech Army not-for-profit initiative after being handed a BEM in today’s list
TCO Development's new database feature notifies buyers of certified products that meet predefined sustainability parameters
Appointment comes as channel sizes up its post-Covid recovery
More than a fifth of CRN A-listers named the controversial Tesla and SpaceX boss as the tech luminary who has most inspired them this year
From hyper automation to using tech to influence human behaviour in the workplace, the analyst house lays out its predictions for the top tech trends for next year
ICO had initially proposed £183m penalty to airline for 2018 data breach but scaled back to £20m due to financial impact of COVID-19
'We don't see Project Natick replacing land datacentres but being an additional offering, where we can deploy these faster than we can build land datacentres,' Microsoft's Spencer Fowers tells CRN
Gartner research director Rene Buest mulls how technology providers should be reshaping their businesses in the wake of the new normal
Only 34 per cent of those questioned said they are now experiencing lower-than-normal demand for their services, compared with 61 per cent previously.
Zoom In: Former rugby champ Gomarsall on how COVID-has reset the sustainability debate in the channel
The N2S director opens up on acceleration of the circular economy and how the pandemic is proving ITAD's worth to the channel
Liquid immersion cooling is being primed by some as the future of greener datacentres. CRN recently dropped in on Colt's HQ to see the technology in action...
Return-to-work is dividing tech providers large and small. With Boris Johnson urging staff back to the office, CRN summarises the contrasting approaches of seven tech firms on this thorny topic...
As Grant Shapps declares it's "now safe to go back to work', let us know where you stand in our poll
UK-based financial analysts Finbold rank which EU nations have been the top violators of GDPR this year
“Rather than a big bang, multi-zero project, we’re starting to see more sensible, realistic, quicker-to-influence, quicker-to-adopt projects,” UK MD Alex Louth says
Birmingham-based IT group builds own intellectual property as it targets verticals including healthcare and manufacturing
Meridian IT helps develop capability of CERi, a Watson-based virtual assistant designed to communicate with patients, healthcare workers and the general public
Enterprise demand for x86 servers dwindles
As part of our DeskFlix Remote Working summit, we asked top industry bosses - including Softcat's Graeme Watt - about how they are recreating their company culture from a WFH environment..
Although respondents less worried than they were…