Businesses are wasting more than 10% of their software budgets on products that are never used.
An IDC study, commissioned by licence management firm... News | ComputerWeekly.com
AutoVirt shut its doors this month, leaving people in the industry to wonder what the future holds for
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The former head of business continuity at Lloyds Banking Group has told an employment tribunal that he was forced out of his job because he blew the whistle on flawed IT systems that left the bank, and even the UK economy,... News | ComputerWeekly.com
Microsoft has amended the price hike planned for July, but businesses still face paying up to 25.5% more for their software. The supplier had previously said it would increase its licensing fees by a third, but with just a month to go, the... News | ComputerWeekly.com
Google recently announced that it has signed an agreement to power its Oklahoma datacentre with 48MW of energy from a wind-farm that will be implemented later in 2012, bringing the company to a total renewable energy contracted level of 260MW,... Expert tip | ComputerWeekly.com
Avaya worldwide channel vice president Jeremy Butt vowed to crack the grey market wide open today, as the vendor showed its teeth on a number of fronts.
Speaking this morning at the vendor's partner conference in Berlin,... News | MicroscopeUK
The Article 29 Data Protection Working Party -- which includes representatives of the data protection authorities of each of the European Union member states -- recently issued an opinion on cloud computing that could impact U.S.... Tip | SearchCloudSecurity.com
This month Polycom and Hewlett-Packard (HP) jointly announced that Polycom will acquire HP's Visual... Tip | SearchUnifiedCommunications.com
Dell has boosted profits by 177% since last year after a burgeoning corporate refresh cycle saw it increase sales to enterprise customers and cushioned the Texas-based PC builder from slowing consumer sales.
In its Q1 fiscal... News | MicroscopeUKThe channel is hoping the uncertainty generated by the general election will be short-lived and is planning for every eventuality, writes Amro Gebreel
With the day of decision in the general... News | MicroscopeUK