Dave learns that a distie director is coiffing up after a price hike at his local hairdressers
Smart underwear, ambitious techies, and deeply ingrained misogyny all come under the radar as Dave comes over all festive. Sort of.
Dave discovers online retailers are confused about the biggest day in their calendar
Dave tries to get to the nub of translation troubles, sexual shortcomings and party problems. With added Girl Guides
Millions of UK workers would apparently sacrifice paid holiday to bring their iPad to work. Dave asks what in the Sam Hill is wrong with them
Dave watches aghast as the worlds of systems management and rap music collide
Dave gets to grips with online wooing and robotic drinking, and finds out why tech workers are shunning the Sugarlord
Dave investigates lady laptops, software aficionados, miserable BYOD doom-mongers and shameless storage vendors
Dave Diamond-Ebenezer offers his loyal readership his own special festive message
A glum Dave laments England's failure to land the World Cup. Includes a cut-out-and-keep map of Russia
After watching The Apprentice, Dave despairs for businessmenfolk
Dave brings you the hot goss from Microsoft's partner summit. Also: data-entry Romeos, motivational masterminds, and menial robots
Dave encounters a decidedly unfamiliar face, while potatoes are big business, and thumbs go high tech
High street polo shirt maker decides to branch into personal computing hardware. For some reason. Dave investigates
A truly amazing survey finds people are wont to lose concentration in the middle of...stuff...or something
Smartglasses, printed food, and the complexities of copyright law: let Dave guide you through another confusing week in tech
Dave receives a shock email from the head of a top telecoms firm. Apparently.
Dave discovers that, come Boxing Day, most people have something other than turkey sandwiches on their mind
UK employees bemoan the disappearance of the corporate crayfish sandwich. Dave finds out more
Dave discovers that one channel player is a part-time magician - or so it would seem...
The crayzee nerds at Google chuck around billions of dollars in a bizarre maths-based game
Dave gets a bit misty eyed as he learns of the perils of wearing headphones
Dave travels from the East End to an island paradise to answer that age-old question: is Salman Rushdie famouser than Miranda Hart?
Apple-bashing, beer, and cats for lonely OAPs all leave Dave full of Christmas cheer High-profile security breaches are so commonplace these days that you become somewhat inured to them.
Interviewers get techy, trolls get served and adulterers get creative. Dave gets to the bottom of another week in IT
The vendor's SMB chief is putting himself through a hellish challenge for a worthy cause. Give generously. And pray hard.
Stone the crows! Brits feel overwhelmed by too much technology. A decidedly glum Dave investigates
Dave reports on fish-mad execs, tablet-wary footballists, chatty Chinese teens, and generous teachers
Dave questions whether television's war on poor customer service is really worth fighting
The hunt is on to track down Canada's boxer-clad carouser; plus plenty of ear-care news, from kissing and taking care of them
Has Lucifer got a smartphone? Is your home safe when you go away? What's OkCupid up to? Dave gets the answers
Expensive emails, cowardly Nordic brands, Belgian motoring mix-ups and US defence policy all feature in an internationally flavoured round-up
Dave marvels at the altruistic attitude of another channel boss
Dave discovers bonkers UK workers can't escape the clutches of the office
Dave runs through this year's top tech teases, while sticking his oar into Swedish linguistic dust-ups and mourning a computing giant
It's a new year, but the world is still full of the same old social media idiots, gaffe-prone vendors and hapless executives
Yes, there is a divorce app for the iPhone. Dave gives up all hope for the future of humankind
Dagenham's foremost reseller is hit with a research double whammy, while the channel gets into tigers and a supermodel gets into IT
Dave reports on bronzed jobseekers, free address details and - just what IT needs - a horrendous new made-up word
Dave asks if the famous AI test is being properly implemented, reads the Cisco PR rulebook and keeps track of his staff's toilet habits
Dave grudgingly welcomes you to the new-look website. You muppet.
Dave uses all his customary tact to examine issues affecting women, the French, ministerial wives and careless typers. Get on it!
The Dodgi boss reluctantly swaps Dagenham for SoCal for a week to give you the lowdown on the recent Cisco partner shindig
Dave discovers the unexpected demographical anomalies of online shopping
Dave falls a little bit in love with a 19-fingered metal piano guru
The anti-piracy goons win a three-year battle against a Scottish grandmother. Dave salutes their heroism
Dave dons his reality-augmented glasses as Scotland and a small island disappear while two turkeys fight to the death on Facebook
Raunchy analogies, online dating, neglected copper-tops, and invading the privacy of the elderly - just another week in Daveland
Dave looks at the new social networking site for backup and recovery professionals. No, really.
In one überblog, Dave rounds up all the unsavoury shenanigans from this year's Channel Awards
A very tired, jetlagged and confused Dave sacrifices his gambling time to bring the funnies from the recent HP conference
Dave gets all jingoistic upon learning learning that the UK leads the way in mobile social networking. Get in!
A reseller disrobes to a frosty response - find out more here...
Suburban housewives get frisky, IBM gets trendy, the police get techy and the French get away with it. Dagenham's finest investigates
Hold on tight as Dave investigates channel waitress lookalikes, vendor secrets and the exciting world of free apps
HP has trouble with partner names, Yanks and women have trouble with the cloud and a VAR has trouble with anger management issues
Dave finds out how technology can help you keep track of your keys, make keyboards out of fruit and solve the mystery of a stolen phone
Dave investigates the murky hidden world of channel middle names
Dave finds out why Eugene Kaspersky and Enzo Ferrari are cut from the same cloth. Sort of.
Dave watches indifferently as the channel comes over all hip-hop. Apparently.
Dave is agog upon hearing that a channel buddy once nearly bought his beloved LOFC
Friends Reunited has relaunched! For some reason. Dave gives you the lowdown.
Dave reports on why parents are prying and impressarios are investing in the tech world. Oh, and why the internet is like oxygen.
Which mondo annoying kiddies character is a bit like one vendor's relationship with its partners? Dave finds out
Dave kicks off a Valentine's special by getting some internet dating advice from a security vendor. For some reason.
Dave learns that one green-fingered channel man is swapping firewalls for freesias
Buckle up as Dagenham's finest reports on Anglophile executives, tubby-targeted texts, underpantless sales types, and unheard meisterwerks
Internet nudity, particle physics and private jets is how Dave rolls this week
Regular reader(s) know how much Dave loves a pioneering bit of 'research'. This week his cup runneth over with three sets of shocking findings
Get a dog and boost your followers
Dagenham's finest has, very grudgingly, joined the Tweeting masses (no, really) and wants you to follow him - or the puppy gets it...
Booker-winning author faces Antipodean pop princess in internet word-off. Dave looks on in wonder
Dave discovers that laptops could be endangering the future of humankind
Dave begins counting the days to the movie version of everyone's favourite app
Exciting comms firm compares itself to Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and the other chap. For some reason.
Dave ventures south of the river to report on dust-ups, dust-downs, loose lips and revealing pics at this year's Channel Awards
Dave peers at the face of the IT industry, the heavy schedule of channel bosses, datacentre bootcamps - and Iron Man's next move
Potatoes enter the social media age, VHS tapes return to haunt us, online dating gets eerie, and 3D-printed toys loom. Dave despairs
Dave is concerned to hear his sales chief is considering fiddling with the Dodgi dress cose
Stop press! Steve Ballmer in 'surprisingly unpopular' shocker! Dave finds out more
Dave finds himself in an uncharacteristically altruistic mood as he asks the channel to get behind an Atomic Kitten-endorsed bikeathon
After last night's Apprentice showdown, Dave offers his own special welcome to the channel's most famous face since...
A vendor has a new name, the UK tech industry has a new provincial tilt, and the channel has a new TV star. Dave investigates
If you like toilet humour, then urine for a treat this week, as Dave clues you in on soiled phones and high-tech sheep protection
Dagenham's finest discovers why videogamers have different brains to the rest of us mere mortals. Apparently.
One vendor gets confusingly direct while another gets disastrously funky. Dagenham's best gets to the bottom of another week in the channel
Dave wonders what all the Scott Thompson fuss is about, while a big cheese closer to home may also have overplayed his credentials
Video games have put Axl Rose in an unusually chippy mood. Dave investigates
Bizarre interview enquiries, the criminal crossroads of pizza and IT, and the latest in egotism tech all get the once-over
Research suggests tech workers enjoy long lunches and creative expense claims. Dave investigates
Dave's right-hand man reports back on all the goings on from the HP partner shindig
Dave finds out about a channel exec's intriguing former career
Dave is finally convinced of the merits of cloud computing with the launch of the Cloud Girlfriend. No, really
Dave belatedly concludes his Valentine's special with some loving advice from another publicity-starved security vendor
Dave bonds with a vendor exec over a shared love/hate of a certain Mancunian singer
Dave lifts the lid on out-of-touch VARs, gullible phone users, flighty vendors and itchy-footed business owners
This week Dave phones it in with some lazy potshots at cloud, Facebook, piracy and the Olympics. Enjoy!
Narcotics, law enforcement, and the glib enablement of destructive lifestyle choices - it's all going off in Daveland
Dagenham's sixth most prestigious reseller boss takes a closer look at new technology, cute animals and sock-loving snobs. For some reason.
Dave makes a heartfelt plea to his fave Apprentice contestant
Dave explains why unpaid overtime is one of the perils of full time work
Bulgarian software firm Orak Engineering is going after the lucrative space travel vertical. Dave wonders why
Dave sees Cisco's latest wowbox and questions whether all technology ever is cloud cuckoo nonsense
Dave investigates a channel face duking his social media stats, hapless coppers, the Loch Ness monster, and a waxy Zuckerberg
There's a new buzzword in town, some saucy Germans afoot, and selfie sticks have been outlawed in a bonzer week for Dave
With a triumvirate of VARs getting into sporting sponsorship, Dave runs the rule over the brand-building opportunities
Dave learns why money is dying (it isn't), why Suffolk needs a rebrand (it doesn't) and why a doughnut firm has an innovation officer (lord, help us)
Dave discovers that rozzers are seemingly living in the technology dark ages
Parental discretion advised as Dave gets wind of phrase-mangling execs, cheese-abusing snackers and hot sex with Michael Gove
Dave reports on hip new party trends, stinky laptops, online barbs and curvy staff monitoring
Dave examines whether small firms are embracing social media. Warning - may offend all non-cockneys
The newly spun-out vendor makes a buck off a forgetful channel chap and dry-cleaners run the memory stick racket
Dave hits upon an idea to have The Boss as his best man, feels empathy towards Steve Jobs and wishes he hadn't been so snap happy
Autodesk reckons it's just like Serena Williams. Dave has his doubts
Read about one distribution exec's bizarre and terrifying interview technique
Rumours of Facebook's demise prove greatly exaggerated. Dave marvels as idiots everywhere breathe a sigh of relief
Crims in online idiocy shocker! Dave investigates
A young relative of Dagenham's finest sees his fledgling business shut down. An outraged Dave investigates...
Dave makes a heartfelt plea for the unrightful owner of CCS Media's Channel Award to hand themselves in
Dave examines why the talismanic leaders of Apple and Facebook are inspiring the next generation of techies
Dave hears of a Czech flyboy with a canny way of promoting his vendor partners
Dave reports on copyright controversy, soggy storage, exhibitionist equines, and multinationals making massive mounds of money
Dave discovers why the world needs online sock sellers, quirky perks and massive, throbbing... computers
Supercomputing, old-school IT, way-cool gadgets and some not-in-the-least-self-serving vendor "research" make for a happy Dave
Theft, drunkenness, embezzlement, sexual chicanery and cut-price breakfast cereals get the Dave treatment in a pulse rate-raising instalment
Dave misses a big opportunity for a ‘Gordon's alive!' joke as Brian Blessed makes a welcome appearance. Also some other IT stuff
Dave gets hot under the collar as he fills you in on semi-naked gaming widows, hippyish SMBs and remote working evangelists
Dave ponders whether cowboys and ping-pong tables are the norm for a serious business get together
Dave is amazed to hear that staff often take jobs with better money, floors may become sentient and 'product' has become a dirty word
Dave learns more about the extracurricular acvtivities of one vendor chief
Dave gatecrashes a recent staff party to see how the other half live
Dave is chastened by a vendor exec, a fellow entrepreneur adopts a confusing moral stance and an IT pro has a date to remember
This week Dave brings you all the gaffes, goss and goings-on from the recent Microsoft partner bash in Canada's largest city
Dagenham's sixth most prominent VAR boss reports on hard-working techies, crack-smoking solicitors and meat-printing millionaires
Dave reports on an Olympics-mad networking firm and a suggestive distie. Meanwhile, UK plc takes its work to bed. For some reason.
Inescapable pop entity will.i.am has joined Intel, for some reason. Dave examines the massive ramifications of the groundbreaking appointment
Dave examines the comms vendor's bonzer new branding exercise. Expect toilet humour.
Jobseekers want to work for young tech firms, Google wants to help you find things, and Tripwire wants a security-conscious president
A channel chap and a money man have words. Dagenham's finest sticks his oar in
Dave questions the veracity of research showing lots of of people want to be like well-paid IT workers
Security vendor says firms need more security. WHOA!!!!!!
The Dodgi kingpin reports on the gee-gees, some PCs, emojis, DLP, VHS, GBH and JVC. FYI - get ready to ROFL #YOLO
An overseas vendor exec accidentally lifts the lid on larging it in London
Dave hears of a channel knight in shining getting involved in a coffee-based argument
The channel is still in shock as a survey reveals UK plc's mistrust of paper. Dave learns more
Branter, virile software, car park job interviews, and hashtag larks make Dagenham's finest despair for humanity #pray4Dave
Dave learns about the business benefits of packing in the ciggies, while Larry Ellison and Apple users are feeling flush
The PC giant's boss teaches Dave the matrimonial benefits of being pliable
Dave brings you all the behind-the-scenes fighting talk as the entire channel gets in an angry mood this week