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Esquire lands World Cup deal

Africa-based Esquire Technologies has landed a deal to become the official distributor of computer accessories emblazoned with the 2010 FIFA World Cup logo. Distribution outfit Esquire has signed a deal with Global Brands Group that will see it sell customised promotional products with the iconic 2010 FIFA World Cup branding, including mouse pads, notebook skins, CD wallets, CD holders and screen cleaners. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 24 August 2009

Synaq named Zimbra VAR in Africa

Managed Linux services provider, Synaq, has been appointed as one of the first Zimbra VARs in Africa. Synaq has trained and certified its technical and sales teams to provide consulting, integration and installation support of Zimbra collaboration suite (ZCS) - an open source, e-mail and collaboration software platform. Zimbra, which is a Yahoo company, claims to offer one of the fastest growing collaboration platforms in the world. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 28 July 2009

AMD expands Middle East team

Components vendor AMD has boosted its Middle East, Turkey and Africa (META) team with two new appointments. Patricia Trodd has joined AMD as marketing manager for the META region, with Moutaz Saleh also joining as AMD’s business development executive for Saudi Arabia. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 14 July 2009

Harding handed emerging markets role

Xerox has appointed Roy Harding as COO of its developing markets operation (DMO) for ‘region East’. Harding was previously VP of the office group for the vendor’s DMO. Xerox’s ‘region East’ territory covers the Middle East, Africa, Central and Eastern Europe, the Eurasian countries, India and Russia. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 13 July 2009

Dimension Data sells stake in Tanzania

Dimension Data MEA has struck a strategic partnership with Tanzania-based WiA Group. Under the terms of the deal, WiA Group has acquired a 49% stake in Dimension Data Tanzania for an undisclosed sum. London-quoted Dimension Data, an IT solutions and services provider, claims that the deal forms part of its strategy of local empowerment through local ownership in Africa. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 9 July 2009

Mindware bags Brocade gig

Mindware has been selected as a Brocade distributor for the Middle East and Africa (MEA). Broacade reckons that its resellers will benefit from Mindware’s ability to efficiently deliver networking solutions to partners, as well as its extensive knowledge, skills, and expertise in the networking industry. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 6 July 2009

Bytes signs SCI for Xerox kit in Tanzania

Bytes Document Solutions, authorised distributor of Xerox products and solutions to 24 African countries, has appointed Service and Computer Industries (SCI) Tanzania as a distributor. Bytes, which has annual sales in excess of US$220m, has embarked on a programme to expand its African footprint and deepen penetration into various markets on the continent. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 3 July 2009

Iomega boosts META team

Storage vendor Iomega, which is part of EMC, has appointed Cizar Nazeeh Abughazaleh as its regional sales manager for the Middle East, Turkey and Africa (META). In his new role Abughazaleh will lead the vendor’s business efforts across the region and attempt to bolster Iomega’s position in the consumer and SMB markets. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 18 May 2009

Comztek scores six more with Microsoft

Comztek has picked up Microsoft OEM distribution rights in six additional African markets. The latest agreement sees Comztek’s OEM distribution agreement with the software giant extended to include Namibia, Botswana, Angola, Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 30 April 2009

Kaspersky to host MEA partner conference

Security solutions vendor Kaspersky will host its first Middle East and Africa (MEA) partner conference in Dubai in early May. The online world is under attack and the Middle East is an easy target for international cybercriminals according to Eugene Kaspersky, CEO at Kaspersky Lab, an internet security and anti virus specialist. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 27 April 2009

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