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Canon teams with Sharaf DG for DSLR zone

Canon Middle East has teamed up with Sharaf DG to open what it claims is the Middle East’s largest digital SLR (DSLR) product zone at the retailer’s flagship Times Square Mall outlet in Dubai. The permanent stand is aimed at the growing number of consumers looking to upgrade from digital still cameras (DSCs) to (DSLR) products. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 2 August 2010

The EMEA Channel Wrap – 30/7/10

With the EMEA channel gearing up for summer holidays, it’s time to take our latest tour of the top in-country news sites, to find out what’s making headlines across the region. If you’re already on holiday and reading this on the beach, we’re very jealous. We’re heading to Russia first this week to get to grips with some of the latest channel developments in this vast market. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 30 July 2010

Blue Coat VARs get assessment tool

Application delivery networking specialist Blue Coat has come up with a new cloud-based tool for its VAR partners to use. The Blue Coat assessment service allows VARs to conduct a remote analysis of a customer network using a Blue Coat PacketShaper appliance. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 28 July 2010

STME named as IBM business partner

Systems integrator STME has signed a partnership deal to become an IBM business partner in the UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan. STME will push IBM servers, storage and back-up technologies in its capacity as a data centre infrastructure provider in the region. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 27 July 2010

New channel approach for NetIQ

NetIQ has unveiled a new channel strategy for EMEA as the company looks to find new partners to take its security, identity and access management solutions to market. Through the new programme, NetIQ will enable the partners to address this with a portfolio of products that can be tailored to provide a range of general and industry specific identity, compliance and security management solutions. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 26 July 2010

Xerox Emirates signs Seven Seas

Xerox Emirates has named UAE-based systems integrator and reseller Seven Seas as a business partner. Xerox Emirates, a joint venture between the Mohamed Hareb Al Otaiba Group and Xerox, reckons that the appointment of Seven Seas forms part of its ongoing strategy to expand indirect channel business and boost its market reach. Xerox Emirates is focused on pushing the vendor’s document management products, applications and solutions across the UAE. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 26 July 2010

VIP plans Microsoft events

UK distribution outfit VIP Computers has announced plans to host a further two Microsoft channel events following on from the success of its recent Manchester event held at Old Trafford football stadium. During each event VIP demonstrates how to grow Microsoft sales, explaining the importance of buying genuine Microsoft software, and discusses Windows 7 sales features to ensure resellers have the information they need to advise customers. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 21 July 2010

Redington Value unveils integrated partner programme

Redington Value, the VAD arm of Middle East and Africa distribution giant Redington Gulf, has launched a new channel engagement programme called ‘Partner Connect’. The new programme is designed as an integrated vendor information platform, providing details on promotions, trainings, resources and additional partner benefits available from 15 vendors spanning networking, servers, storage, security and infrastructure. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 21 July 2010

Alpha Data wins Juniper award

UAE-based systems integrator Alpha Data has picked up Juniper’s regional partner of the year award for the Middle East. Alpha Data picked up the accolade at networking vendor Juniper’s recent EMEA partner conference held in Barcelona, Spain. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 19 July 2010

NTT makes Dimension Data offer

Japan-based global telecoms service provider NTT has tabled a US$3.22 billion cash offer for IT services and solutions provider Dimension Data. The bid has been unanimously recommended by both boards of directors. NTT has already received irrevocable undertakings to accept the bid from Dimension Data directors, Venfin DDHoldings and Allan Gray – together accounting for approximately 52% of Dimension Data’s issued shares. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 15 July 2010

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