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Tech Data (TD) continues to bulk out the management team post accountancy probe, hauling in former Ingram Micro UK boss Johan Vandenbussche to head up Operations across Europe.
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2013 financials: Sales down, losses widen
The Mozilla Foundation has begun an investigation after tech juggernaut Dell appeared to be asking customers to pay more than £16 ($27) to install its free web browser Firefox on newly purchased Dell kit.
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New 'omni-channel' strategy includes (shock) Windows 8 tabs
Everyone wants battery-friendly chips or beefy server silicon, says IDC
Death wow OS reclaims title as Redmond's fastest-growing
Peter Oppenheimer won't be the last Jobs-era hyper-growth author to move on
We'll find out in two years, former Sybase man says
Vid 'We didn't put hardware and software together soon enough' he tells uni kids
Chin up, hybrid storage firm... they're selling like hot cakes
IRS at least forced him to do some work on the plane
Kiev security chief says 'IP-telephonic' attack is targeting Parliament
Cash-raising plan to save London biz failed, '49 staff laid off'
Bhavesh Patel made 'European god of all things beautiful'
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Broadband and telephone lines blighted by unspecified 'network issue'
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The London stock market was pleased by Capita's 14 per cent rise in annual profits (before tax) today, sending shares up almost six per cent in the first half of the day.
The contract for a massive NHS email system is up for grabs under a £350m government IT pitch.
The market dynamics were all wrong for folk building and supplying server boxes in 2013 - in the year that shipments reached a record nine million milestone, factory revenues tumbled.
Ingram Micro has confirmed that the "delayering" exercise that it was cagey about a fortnight ago will indeed involve redundancies across European ops as it centralises back-office functions.
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