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KeepItSafe launches cloud backup for Office 365, Salesforce.com, Google Apps and more

Online backup and recovery firm KeepItSafe has unveiled Cloud2Cloud – a new service to help businesses back up data held in cloud-based SaaS applications. Cloud2Cloud can protect data in applications such as Microsoft Office 365, Salesforce.com and Google Apps. From individual files, to entire databases, KeepItSafe Cloud2Cloud promises the same …

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One month to go… trade gears up for Windows 10 launch

Microsoft has revealed the launch date for Windows 10, and with new form factors designed for the OS coming to market, Jade Burke speaks to industry members for their thoughts… Microsoft has announced the release date of Windows 10 – and the channel is preparing for its launch on July …

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Is this the death of the desktop?

As we start to see desktop sales tumble with sales declining by ten per cent in volume according to GfK, will the traditional tower continue to slow as alternative PCs storm onto the market, or will Windows 10 help to drive more sales? Jade Burke investigates… There are now a …

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Interview: Lenovo on its new look and plans to become the UK’s No.1 PC vendor

Having worked at HP for more than a decade, Alex Ebeid is now Lenovo’s UK consumer director – and is planning on knocking his old employer off the UK’s No.1 spot by using innovation to grow in a consolidating market. He talks openly to Dominic Sacco about the PC vendor’s …

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Looking back on Computex 2015

It’s been one month since Computex – so how good was this year’s show and what learnings can we take from it? From now components to cases and software (plus a bit of drama thrown in for good measure), Computex 2015 certainly didn’t disappoint.  Microsoft highlighted a host of new …

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Pricing leaked for ASUS AMD R9 Fury STRIX graphics card

Pricing for the upcoming ASUS AMD R9 Fury STRIX graphics card has seemingly been revealed. While AMD revealed its new line of Radeon GPUs at the E3 video games show in Los Angeles last month, led by the top of the range R9 Fury X card, so far details of …

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CMS Distribution signs AlienVault

CMS Distribution has partnered with AlienVault, a provider of Unified Security Management (USM) and crowd-sourced threat intelligence solutions. Powered by threat intelligence from AlienVault Labs and the AlienVault Open Threat Exchange, which claims to be the world’s largest crowd-sourced threat intelligence network, AlienVault USM is a security platform designed to ensure …

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Samsung’s new 2TB Pro SSD costs £750

Samsung Electronics has launched two new 2TB solid state drives (SSDs), with the premium 850 PRO version priced at £749.99 including VAT. There’s also an 850 EVO version priced at £636.99 including VAT. This means that Samsung’s 3D Vertical NAND (V-NAND) based retail SSD line-up now features 20 different products, …

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TeleWare launches programme to find new ‘passionate’ partners

TeleWare has launched a new recruitment initiative to find a number of strategic ‘go to market’ partners. The firm is looking to collaborate with organisations that want to provide creative software and services in the communications technology sector. TeleWare’s existing partner network spans mobile operators, service providers, application providers and …

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6 ways MSPs can make a case for backup and disaster recovery services

Risks for businesses who have no backup or disaster recovery (BDR) mechanisms in place are real and well documented. Ninety per cent of businesses who lose customer data cease trading two years later, whilst the survival rate for businesses without BDR in place is less than ten per cent. In …

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