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The EMEA Channel Wrap – 26/03/10

What’s been happening across EMEA in the last few weeks? It’s time for our tour of the region’s top in-country channel publications to find out the news and views that have been making waves in the wacky world of vendors, distributors and resellers. We’re heading off to the Middle East market first this week so grab a drink, sit back and soak up some juicy channel gossip. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 26 March 2010

Mimecast appoints African partner

Unified e-mail management solutions provider Mimecast has appointed AdvanceNet as a solution provider for sub-Saharan Africa. Mimecast reckons that AdvanceNet is a pioneer in the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) space and will open up its offering to a broader market across South, East and Central Africa. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 26 March 2010

DITCW: Turning prospects into partners

DISTREE IT Channel Week (DITCW) is forecasting that more than 500 senior executives from across the Russia & CIS region will attend the 2010 event in Moscow from June 23-25th. Find out more in our interview with DISTREE Events CEO, Frederic Simard who explains why DITCW isthe premier annual event for vendors, resellers and retailers operating in the Russia & CIS region. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 16 March 2010

GFI Software hits the road

E-mail and security solutions provider GFI Software has embarked on a three-stop Middle East channel road show to introduce several new products in the Software-as-a-Service solutions space. The vendor took its new GFI Max products to Kuwait on the 15th March with two more events planned in Oman on the 17th March and Dubai on the 18th March. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 16 March 2010

Russian channel elite to unite at DITCW

DISTREE IT Channel Week (DITCW) is forecasting that more than 500 senior executives from across the Russia & CIS region will attend the 2010 event in Moscow from June 23-25th. DITCW combines two separate events – Digital Consumer Channel (DCC) and Digital Business Channel (DBC) – into a single format, offering a powerful three-day agenda of one-on-one meetings, conference sessions, forums, awards and networking opportunities for delegates. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 11 March 2010

CNS heads to Oman

Middle East IT services outfit CNS has announced the opening of a new office in Muscat, Oman. UAE-based CNS, which offers a range of IT and managed services, claims that the expansion is part of a strategic push to build out the company’s geographic coverage in the Middle East. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 4 March 2010

Paramount opens office in Oman

IT security specialist Paramount Computer Systems has opened a new office in Muscat, Oman. Paramount now has six offices in the Middle East located in Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain and Oman, plus two UAE offices in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Paramount offers products and services designed to help business customers secure their information assets. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 4 March 2010

Comtek flies HP flag

Pan-European IT repair services outfit Comtek is not holding back in expressing its support for HP as the vendor giant eyes the networking market. Comtek reckons that HP can capitalise on anti-Cisco sentiment to form new partnerships and take on networking giant Cisco. With HP’s recent acquisition of 3Com, Cisco has understandably taken a close look at its relationship with HP and taken away the vendor’s authorised dealer status. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 23 February 2010

VIP sticks its head in the cloud

Independent UK distributor VIP Computer Centre has struck a deal with online storage provider Livedrive. VIP claims that the deal with Livedrive, which begins on February 22nd, marks its entry into the cloud computing market. VIP, which offers a wide range of PC components and peripherals, reckon that its latest partner will open up new margin and ‘add-on’ opportunities for resellers. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 18 February 2010

Savvytek opens new office in Qatar

IT solutions and services outfit Savvytek has opened a new office in Qatar to extend its reach in the Gulf market. Savvytek offers a range of services including technical consulting, outsourcing and knowledge transfer. The move to open an office in Qatar has been driven by continued growth in the Gulf area, according to Savvytek. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 8 February 2010

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