October 24, 2014

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Wick Hill lands LogLogic for UK and Germany

VAD outfit Wick Hill has picked up UK and Germany distribution rights for US-based LogLogic, a provider of log, compliance and security management solutions. Key features of LogLogic’s solutions include in-depth forensic analysis, event correlation, and ease of deployment and support. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 22 October 2009

Brother Gulf holds distributor event

Brother Gulf held a distributor meeting in Dubai earlier this week. The printing vendor gathered together its partners to launch its latest compact business colour printers and multi-function devices. Brother also showcased what it claims is the first ever trilingual (English, Arabic, Persian) label printer in the Middle East. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 22 October 2009

Comztek hands Lange regional role

South Africa-based distributor Comztek has reaffirmed its commitment to the entire African continent with its latest executive appointment. Comztek has named Tiens Lange business unit manager for the rest of Africa, highlighting its continued commitment to supporting vendors and resellers on a regional scale. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 21 October 2009

Data Robotics signs Bell Micro for Europe

Storage vendor Data Robotics has signed a pan-European distribution deal with Bell Micro. Under the terms of the agreement, Bell Micro will push Data Robotics’ DroboPro, Drobo and DroboShare storage solutions across nine European countries including the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy and the Netherlands. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 21 October 2009

Computer 2000 unveils Windows 7 campaign

Computer 2000, the UK arm of distribution giant Tech Data, is launching a Windows 7 viral marketing campaign. Computer 2000 hopes that the campaign will maximize excitement and enthusiasm around the launch of Windows 7. The distributor is also running promotions around Windows 7 with Samsung, Sony, Acer and Toshiba. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 21 October 2009

Ingram Micro shuffles management pack

Ingram Micro has unveiled a number of senior management changes in its EMEA operation. Ingram Micro has finally filled the top job in the UK, bringing Matt Sanderson back from down under to take on the role effective January 1st 2010. Sanderson will report in to Johan Vandenbussche, newly appointed VP Benelux and UK. Elsewhere in EMEA, Derrick Wood has been named managing director of the distribution giant’s Swedish operation, replacing Magnus Högvall. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 20 October 2009

BitDefender boosts UK distribution

Security software vendor BitDefender has signed up C-MI Labs as its fourth strategic partner in the UK and Ireland. Operating as a corporate distributor, C-MI Labs will look to grow BitDefender’s market share. Surrey-based C-MI Labs has experience in the security space having previously worked with an alternative anti-virus vendor. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 20 October 2009

Brocade signs Westcon deal

Brocade has struck a global distribution agreement with VAD giant Westcon Group. Under the terms of the deal, Westcon will push Brocade’s enterprise IP/Ethernet networking products to its reseller base. Brocade claims to have chosen Westcon for its global reach, skills and expertise in specific verticals. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 19 October 2009

Middle East retail confidence climbs for fourth quarter

The Middle East Retail Academy (MERA) Monthly Monitor Report for September 2009 displayed a newfound optimism among the region’s CE & ICT vendors and retailers. The overall MERA Confidence Index climbed to 6.37. This month’s GITEX event, the launch of Windows 7 and the traditional upturn in demand associated with the fourth quarter all contributed to the positive vibe in the region’s retail channel. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 19 October 2009

Global PC shipments up in third quarter

Global PC shipments climbed 2.4% year-on-year to 78.1 million units in the third quarter of 2009, according to the numbercrunchers at IDC. Despite suffering a year-on-year decline, the EMEA market did show a sequential improvement driven by strong consumer demand in Western Europe. EMEA also benefited from netbook promotions by retailers and telcos plus aggressive pricing on mainstream notebooks. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 15 October 2009

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