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UPDATE (August 12th): The Approved PC Retail Network has sent an update to PCR, saying it now has 50 paid members (some with multiple stores). A few more are awaiting ...
Intel says that its that hiring of underrepresented minorities is 'progressing in the right direction, while female representation and retention are trending positively'.
IT decision makers have suggested that a lack of skills shortage is delaying the adoption of new tech trends like the Internet of Things (IoT) and big data.
Simon Phillips from Barron McCann suggests that many retailers may have got their priorities wrong in paying too much attention to the larger stores - and ignoring the perhaps more ...
Broadliner Ingram Micro UK has introduced 'Surface-as-a-service', allowing resellers to give customers a managed offering of Surface hardware and associated cloud software on a leased basis.
Tech distributor has announced the appointment of Ross Holt to the newly created role of Exertis head of PC gaming.
Distributor Spire Technology has added Netis' range of networking products to its portfolio.
The Bill was introduced to Parliament with the promise to improve infrastructure for a digital future. PCR explores the Bill and the current political state of technology.
A crowdfunding campaign set up to develop a portable version of the classic Sinclair ZX Spectrum is in turmoil after a management dispute.