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We've all suffered this.
Smart phones are the ideal accessory for a drink fuelled night of maudlin lyrical reflection after a tough trading week. Or, if you're like my friend who worked in sales for Cisco, at the start of the week.
This week, Pete Hill, channel partner manager at colocation and hosting specialist C4Ltakes the hotseat for our Five Minute Interview.
After years of blowing hot and cold over the future of its networking arm, HP ProCurve, Hewlett-Packard has now revealed that the ProCurve brand will disappear from the market and alongside 3Com, will become part of a new business unit called HP Networking.
March's UCExpo trade show in London provided a forum for industry representatives and customers to come together and discuss the growing influence of unified communications (UC) on the working environment and learn how to take advantage of this technological shift.
Despite the General Election campaign and the first ever televised leaders' debate in the UK, it was transport - or rather the lack of it - that dominated the headlines last week.
Lieberman Software CEO Phil Lieberman is sick of having to rescue companies before they become clients.
Hewlett-Packard suddenly buys Palm.
Here's Caroline Hodson, head of UK channel sales and marketing at security giant Trend Micro.