Articles about Distribution
Channel bigwig Will Hamber signs up
Names channel veteran Mark Walker as boss
Banks double digit-hike in sales and profits for fiscal 2012
March of channel consolidation continues
Sony Corp's compact discs and DVDs warehouse in Enfield, north London, was on fire throughout the night. The Japanese electronics giant may have been caught up in the riots that sporadically swept across London on a third consecutive night of trouble in the capital. However, the firm is yet to determine the cause of the blaze. …
Meraki - which was recently swept off its feet by Cisco - has given distie Zycko the heave-ho and replaced it with Ingram Micro across Europe. The maker of wireless access points, switches and security appliances was acquired by Cisco in November for $1.2bn, and its new parent soon set about reviewing the channel line-up. Jon …
The channel is the key to Virtzilla's impending vCloud Hybrid Service
'As good as Apple's tab but half the price' Oh, BURN
Microsoft's Intel-powered Windows 8 Surface Pro laptop-tablet-thing will arrive in the UK within the next six weeks. But while Brits will be able to order the 10.6" touchscreen-keyboard hybrid direct from the software giant, companies in the IT distribution chain are unlikely to get their hands on pallets of the Pro until months …
HP has finally halted the downward sales trend in distribution that dogged its UK operation for much of 2012. Figures from Context show that HP accounted for 22 per cent of the £1.8bn worth of tech shipped by distributors in Q1 2012, a share that steadily declined to 16 per cent by Q4. But Jeremy Davies, CEO at the Brit-based …
Well-known channel firms owed MEELLIONS
And actually sell it through the shops - who are you? Apple?
'That's cos it replaces your current laptop+iPad combo'
With weather like this, who can blame him?
Director of Advanced Solution Divison Jon Bunyard exits stage left
Telford distie wound up by 'incorrect' winding-up order
Making a mint from software reselling? Uh, not quite
Office PC replacement not being sold to offices, say insiders
IT distribution giant Tech Data has ripped up its financial results for the last three years after discovering errors in its UK subsidiary's accounts. The company revealed this morning it will recalculate the figures and publish new reports as a result of uncovering mistakes in "vendor accounting" by its Brit biz Computer 2000 …
Does it do what it says on the tin? Credit insurance, that is
Someone always pays, sooner or later
Corporate decision-making's got nowt on non-techie MDs
- HP sacks English employees to bag Scots gov jobs cash
- SCO vs. IBM battle resumes over ownership of Unix
- Microsoft lures buy-curious vixens, corduroys with a cheap fondle
- Google Chromebooks now in over 6,600 stores
- McAfee Channel Summit Bone up on fresh EU privacy law - or end up in the clink, IT biz warned
Guess who just tried to break into the warehouse?
Vendors struggling to reinflate the bubble
Hellawell on being 'tight' - and his part in Thatcher's downfall
Retail? We've heard of it