January 26, 2021

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Yosemite extends European channel reach

Yosemite Technologies has cranked up its channel to market in Europe with a bevy of new distribution agreements. Yosemite, a global provider of data protection software solutions, has signed up Adagio Technologies, Northamber and Virtual Subsidiary, boosting the distribution of its backup solutions for SMBs. The new distribution deals will not affect Yosemite’s existing channel relationships in Europe. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 3 June 2008

Aladdin lands in Portugal

NASDAQ-quoted Aladdin Knowledge Systems has established a new office in Portugal as part of Aladdin Europe. Aladdin, an information security solutions provider specialising in authentication, software DRM and content security, has also purchased its long-term Portuguese distribution partner, Futurmatica. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 2 June 2008

Qurius confirms Bindar buy plan

Netherlands-based Microsoft partner Qurius has confirmed its intention to snap up Spanish outfit Bindar. The two companies have signed a letter of intent for the proposed deal. 80-strong Bindar is one of the main Microsoft Dynamics partners in Spain and posted 2007 sales of US$9.15m. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 30 May 2008

StorMagic signs Transtec as European reseller

StorMagic has signed up Transtec as a pan-European channel partner. The deal with storage reseller Transtec will extend StorMagic’s channel reach to end-users in the UK, France, Belgium, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Austria and Germany. Transtec will carry StorMagic’s entire portfolio of products. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 30 May 2008

Magirus picks up Netuitive rights

European VAD outfit Magirus has struck a distribution deal with Netuitive, a provider of self-learning performance management software. Under the terms of the pan-European agreement, Magirus will distribute Netuitive SI for VMware product in Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 30 May 2008

Back to school at Bell Micro

Specialist VAD Bell Micro has launched an internal University-based staff development programme. The new initiative, which has been made available to all employees across Europe, is designed to accelerate career opportunities and will reinforce Bell’s commitment to attracting and retaining the best people in the industry, according to the company. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 29 May 2008

Solid Data signs up Stornet

Solid Data Systems has partnered with top German reseller Stornet Technologies. Solid Data offers DRAM-based enterprise and carrier class solid-state disk (SSD) storage systems. Operating as a VAD with consulting expertise, Stornet’s hig-end solutions portfolio will now include Solid Data’s SSD offering. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 27 May 2008

InstallFree signs CDG distribution deal

InstallFree has struck a European distribution deal with CDG. InstallFree bills itself as a vendor of next generation desktop and application virtualisation solutions. The deal expands CDG Europe’s portfolio into the fast-growing application and desktop virtualisation space, offering end-users the potential to lower total cost of ownership, improve operational efficiency and increase end-user productivity. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 20 May 2008

Stonesoft extends Magirus rights

Stonesoft has expanded Magirus’ distribution rights for StoneGate network security solutions, extending the VAD’s territorial coverage to include Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Magirus already held StoneGate rights for Italy and Belgium. Stonesoft recently unveiled its first comprehensive StoneGate security solution for virtual VMware environments and became a member of the VMware technology alliance programme. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 19 May 2008

Retail giant DSGi fights back

Challenging trading conditions, profit warnings and the impending arrival of Best Buy in Europe have created a perfect storm for embattled IT and consumer electronics retail giant DSGi. The company has today announced a wide-ranging review of its operations designed to transform the group’s fortunes. So what changes can European consumers expect to see from DSGi in the months and years to come? Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 15 May 2008

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