IBM's Q3 results miss forecasts with the tech giant blaming reduced demand for software and mainframe servers
Q&A with Avaya's CEO: Jim Chirico on rebuilding credibility, being late to cloud and signing on 1,000 new channel partners
CEO Jim Chirico opens up on leading a public company after exiting Chapter 11 earlier this year
Pieter Haas has been forced to step down from German retailer Ceconomy following consecutive profit warnings
'Personal computing would not have existed without him': Tributes pour in for Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen
Following the death of PC pioneer Paul Allen this week, today's tech leaders have marked his legacy
The comms giant public cloud solution has launched in Europe for the first time
Dell says it's developing a contingency plan in case its Class V flotation strategy fails to convince investors
Sales rise despite shipment declines in Q2
Oliver Tuszik joined Cisco in 2013 having spent almost 10 years as CEO of Computacenter's German business
Reports suggest Dell is pursuing a straightforward IPO, contradicting existing plans to buy out tracking stock holders
NSS Labs claims vendors are refusing to have their products tested effectively and are trying to restrict its access
Security titan makes three board appointments after investor took 5.8 per cent stake last month
Computacenter named as one of the first partners for managed desktop scheme, as Microsoft announces plans to expand offering in second half of 2019
Commvault's channel boss says he's 'aggressive' on making partner interaction 'frictionless'
Revenue of top five vendors hit 'historic' $22.5bn in second quarter, according to IDC
German VAR in hot water with workers council over reluctance to offer staff same working conditions as IBM
Dell subsidiary's channel boss talks re-engaging with the channel and wanting 'symbiotic relationships'
Vendor posts 34 per cent growth in server and networking sales as Q2 revenues hit $23bn
In literature that appears to have been added to its website yesterday, Chinese cloud giant says a cloud datacentre is 'coming to the UK'
Purchase of RapidFire Tools will not make its offerings exclusive to Kaseya, 'unlike business models of competing providers'
Renewal cycles will bolster H2 corporate devices shipments, claims IDC
Benelux has seen more high-profile resellers vanish than any other region in Europe has. Our panellists discuss whether the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg are becoming more attractive expansion plays as a result of Brexit
Vendor thanks chief exec for carrying out the 'very heavy lifting' during transformation process
The hyperscaler giant is closing its data trustee model in Germany to new customers, instead focusing on two new datacentres to be run solely by Microsoft
DDN will formalise acquisition of troubled storage vendor 'within the next few days'