Centerprise founder Rafi Razzak told us last December that he would gradually hand over control of the company to newly appointed chief executive Jeremy Nash after spending 30 years at the firm's helm. Nash is a former RAF officer, which plays to Centerprise's heritage in the defence and public sector verticals. For its year to 31 August 2017, Centerprise Group saw revenue vault 23 per cent, which it attributed partly to an investment in its business continuity and disaster recovery business.
Contract covers IT hardware to larger customer organisations
Market analyst Context says European IT channel now on track to break first ever €100bn-revenue year in 2021, despite pandemic pressures
Four-year contract includes wide range of hardware, software, services and support to police force
Mark Brooks-Wadham reveals further M&A plans to CRN and why the UC market is seeing so much consolidation lately
AWS, Microsoft and Google are eating up market share from local European firms, according to data fro Synergy Research
Fred Voccola opens up to CRN on how its IPO plans are going, market valuations and forthcoming acquisitions
The recent attack on Exclusive Networks is only the latest in a series which has seen cybersecurity vendors, distributors and MSPs suffer breaches to their systems. CRN asks why the channel is seeing itself become a popular target for cybercriminals