Industry Comment
BT Wholesale reveals business appetite for tech spending
BT Wholesale has published new research into UK businesses, aiming to understand what is important to channel partner customers to help supercharge growth.
How to cut complexity and find ways to add more customer value
Westcon-Comstor’s new channel research report, Navigating the shift: The role of distributor marketplaces in Partner Success confirms more than half of channel partners surveyed (52%) believe that managing a complex multivendor portfolio of products is the biggest challenge they’re experiencing as they transition to subscriptions and recurring revenue models.
How your business can work smarter not harder with software
Running a business can be a challenging and time-consuming process. It’s easy to consider that long hours and gruelling days are the only way to achieve success. Fortunately for many, this is not the case.
Businesses on 'efficiency offensive' as 85% expect growth in 2023
ClickUp, the productivity platform, has released multi-country research revealing that many businesses are thriving in spite of the challenging economic climate.
88% UK businesses still relying on PSTN despite 2025 switch-off
A majority (88%) of UK businesses are still reliant on the public switched telephone network (PSTN) for essential services, such as analogue phone lines, broadband, alarm systems, and CCTV cameras.                                                                            
ALE expert shares how businesses can combat unplanned downtime
Rasheed Mohamad, Executive Vice President of Global Operations, Business Technology and Quality, Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise provides insight and shares tips for ensuring business continuity throughout digitalisation and in uncertain times.
Skills shortage and low budgets biggest challenges for MDR
Integrity360, UK and Ireland's largest cyber security services specialist, has announced findings from a Twitter poll gaining visibility into the value of managed detection and response services (MDR).
MSPs need to specialise to court both customers and investors
Managed services providers (MSPs) have spent a great deal of time and energy moving on from being break/fix outfits. They not only have a steadier income stream as a result, but they also provide a better service to their customers, taking on a consultative role as much as fixing any IT problems that arise.

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