IBM has launched an incentive programme across Europe to wean MS and Novell dealers away from NT and Netware and on to OS/2.
Bull has appointed Alistair Denton and Steve Rawsthorn as directors of desktop and networking services respectively.
Apple chairman Mike Markkula sold 500,000 Apple shares on April 26 at a price of $24.75 per share. He retains 3.1 million shares.
Computers Unlimited said it hopes to corner the market for Apple's Unix-based Shiner server with a new reseller programme.
Asante Technologies is to double its number of network specialist Vars as part of a move into PC networking hardware products. The company has 15 PC dealers.
Digital announced it will support Microsoft SQL Server 6.5 through its Digital Clusters for Windows NT product, which will be available this summer.
Version 2 of Microsoft Backoffice was updated last week to include Web server, SQL Server 6.5 and version 4 of Exchange.
Jim Rousou, chairman of Lantec Information Services, has been promoted to CEO of Catalink Direct to look after the group's worldwide reseller operations. Kevin Thackrah and Philip Garner will become joint MDs of Lantec and AMA.
Former Frontline man Peter Rigby has resurfaced at rival Merisel. He joined yesterday as manager of the advanced products group.
Korean giant Goldstar is to build a memory fab in the UK. Building will start at the end of the year, with the unit coming on line late in 1997.
IBM is to buy back another $2 million of its common stock, making a total of $8 million since the beginning of the year.
Infrastructure provider says international sales now make up 51 per cent of its revenue
Suzanne Chappell of TMS plans sailing venture after selling Oxfordshire-based TMS to acquisitive Chess
Withdrawal of credit insurance by some providers a 'reflection' of current challenge facing IT sector, according to MD Steve Soper
SMART's UK managing director joins Lenovo to boost SMB business