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Finally and Prism strike EMEA deal

Finally Software, a security product and service provider, has signed an EMEA-wide master reseller agreement with Prism Microsystems. Under the terms of the deal, Finally will market and support EventTracker - Prism’s security information and event management (SIEM) solution – throughout the EMEA markets. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 16 May 2008

Cherry secures Dot deal in UK

Cherry Electrical Products has appointed Dot Distribution as a UK distributor. Dot will carry Cherry’s security products, which include smartcard, RFID and biometric keyboards and standalone smartcard-RFID readers. Dot Distribution specialises in the provision and development of products and niche market solutions in the field of smartcard technology. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 16 May 2008

PC price points slide

The latest PC shipment data from the number crunchers at Gartner has shown first quarter 2008 unit sales in Western Europe climbing 14.1% year-on-year to 15.2 million units. The change in the dollar-euro exchange rate allowed vendors to reduce average selling prices (ASPs) much faster than expected, according to the team at Gartner. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 16 May 2008

Vero heads to Egypt with Kenana

CAD and CAM software supplier Vero Software has appointed Kenana as a reseller for the Egyptian and Middle East markets. Kenana, which is based in Nasr City in Cairo, Egypt, started as a training and consultancy centre in 2007. The company’s long-term ambition is to become a leader in the provision of industrial software and CNC solutions in the Middle East. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 14 May 2008

VMware appoints Aptec

Middle East distribution giant Aptec has picked up VMware rights for the Middle East and North Africa region. Aptec will offer VMware solutions across the region as interest in virtualisation solutions begins to pick up. As an authorised VMware distributor, Aptec will work through the channel to start educating customers on how virtualisation can reduce capital and operating expenses, ensure business continuity, strengthen security and boost an organisation’s green credentials. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 14 May 2008

Mio makes Middle East Moov with IMS

GPS device vendor Mio Technology’s co-operation agreement with UAE-based International Marketing Services (IMS) is bringing the latest kit to the Middle East. Under the terms of the deal, IMS distributes Mio’s GPS and PDA products across the entire GCC region, including the vendor’s latest Moov range of portable GPS products. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 14 May 2008

Phoenix flies with Al Hosani deal

Phoenix Software has signed a strategic partnership with UAE-based Al Hosani Computer, allowing the latter to distribute the full range of Sony Creative software throughout the Middle East. Phoenix, which has offices in Zambia and South Africa, as well as affiliate partnerships in South East Asia and the US, is a fast-growing software republisher. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 14 May 2008

Khalil lands at Lenovo Middle East

Lenovo has boosted its Middle East channel credentials with the appointment of Ahmed Khalil as regional manager for transactional business. Khalil will focus on channel development, driving Lenovo’s growth and expansion in the SMB and consumer market. Khalil’s CV includes a long stint as boss of Toshiba’s Middle East PC operation, where he propelled the vendor’s notebook range into a market leading position acrosss the region. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 14 May 2008

nuBridges spices up channel with Chilli IT

E-business software and services outfit nuBridges has signed up UK-based Chilli IT as a reseller through its Ally Partner programme. Chilli IT, which is an IBM System I expert, will now offer nuBridges software solutions to help its enterprise customers protect sensitive and confidential data stored on System I servers in databases, files and applications. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 14 May 2008

HP bags EDS for US$13.9 billion

HP has reshaped the global IT services landscape with its blockbuster US$13.9 billion agreement to buy EDS. The deal, which is expected to close in the second half of calendar 2008, is expected to more than double HP’s service revenues, which hit US$16.6 billion in full year 2007. Combined, the service businesses of HP and EDS pulled in sales of US$38 billion in 2007, employed some 210,000 employees and worked in more than 80 countries. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 13 May 2008

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