All the PCs at the Diocese of London offices have been stripped of their chips.
Metrologie UK has signed a letter of agreement to acquire Olivetti software distribution. It said the business turned over 400 million Francs a year, mostly from Microsoft products, in a statement issued on the Paris Bourse.
Compaq US has sacked an unknown number of staff for downloading porn from the Internet while at work.
Sun Microsystems unveiled its prototype network computer on Monday in London. The thin PC should cost less than $1,000 when it is launched later this year.
IBM has claimed that more than10 corporate customers are testing its prototype Internet device, the Interpersonal Computer, which the company will introduce in June.
Ingram Micro has tied up a distribution contract with INSO Corporation, a multilingual software company, covering all Ingram's European territories.
Seagate Software plans to spend more than $50 million on an unnamed information management software company by June.
NEC will close its Telford dot matrix printer plant and will lay off 14 staff within two weeks.
Software company Misys intends to sell off most of its non-core IT businesses, worth #30 million to #40 million, following its acquisition of ACT in February 1995.
Merisel US has introduced a Sun reseller marketing and advertising campaign and has renamed its advanced products division the 'open computing alliance'.
Cyrix has finalised deals with IBM and NEC for its 586 chips.
Struggling security titan makes three board appointments after investor took 5.8 per cent stake last month
Commvault ousted its CEO in May and has since undergone a radical refocus
As employees demand more flexible working environments, CRN asks how the channel is adapting to the changing working landscape
Wall Street less than impressed with Oracle's growth as cloud numbers remain hidden