Although Joe Marengi left Novell in the summer, he recently poppedether they are in some way related to their famous lookalikes. back on our TV screens doing commercials for Vision Express. Sorry, we're getting confused with that great Cannonball Run actor Burt Reynolds. Bet all of Joe's hair is his own though!
Since Clarissa Roberts left CS&T, Dawn French could find herself up against stiff competition for roles such as the Vicar of Dibley. Or how about French and Roberts?
England's No 1 goalkeeper David Seaman - who reportedly has hands like bananas - has decided to hang up his gloves and go into debt recovery.
Apparently he thinks he can stop money from falling through the cracks between his fingers, like his counterpart, John Alexander, partner in Pannell, Kerr Forster.
Ken Moss' of Bytech Systems well chiselled looks have earned him the accolade of looking like a Thunderbird puppet. It's all in the lips and the eyebrows, apparently.
Azlan CEO Barrie Morgans could have done with the force in the four months that its shares were suspended, it lost its non-executive director, managing director, sales director, marketing director ... But no doubt Morgans cum Yoda will use a light sabre or two to turn this around.
In Phil Mitchell's wild drinking days, Mark Mulford of Datrontech would have given him a run for his money. The two grease monkeys could have done some slippery deals with their mates but still find time to go down the Vic for a beer or ten.
Shaun rent-a-quote Frohlich, chairman of Bytes, must be one of the most pictured men in the industry. In fact, not only does he look like Clark Kent, but he has the uncanny habit of appearing when you least expect him to. We're sure Shaun would look very fetching in a pair of red tights.
Watch out for the Kryptonite, or should that be Microsoft?
With just a day to go until the 25th annual Channel Awards, we catch up with the SMB Reseller of the Year category sponsor Exertis, to find out why the sector is such a vital part of its business strategy
Joe Macri says the vendor saw 20 per cent of its UK growth come from its Cloud Solution Provider programme last year
Pure set for further acquisitions, with a focus on the south-east