• Selling the cloud to SMEs

    We investigate which areas of business are best for SMEs to move to the cloud and what role the channel can play in implementing and delivering those services.

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  • Build a simple MSP software system and the resellers will come

    Established software firms servicing the SME market have some competition in the form of Atera which is looking to build up its UK market share

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  • SMEs taking ownership of big IT contracts

    IT Legal expert Louise Handley of Leeds-based law firm 3volution says IT SME contractors shouldn’t be afraid to scrutinise the small print when chasing deals with big clients

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  • SMEs reaching out to channel for digital workplace help

    HPE Aruba has quizzed SMEs across Europe and found that although many want to get a digital workplace they need the channel to help them get there

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  • UK SMEs have false sense of cyber security

    Many small businesses have the mistaken impression that they are safe from cyber attacks and the huge damage they can cause

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  • 32 SMEs win place on DigitalHealth.London accelerator programme

    A range of companies will receive help to develop and innovate in the digital health sector

    evenstad1,700 pointsBadges:
  • Government must be servant of the people, says Ben Gummer

    Cabinet Office minister Ben Gummer reiterates government commitment to SMEs and reveals he has given GDS “two new large pieces of work” since taking office

    evenstad1,700 pointsBadges:
  • Most SMEs yet to feel any Brexit impact

    The channel's key customer base is still yet to report any major fallout from the decision to leave the EU

    squicke2,935 pointsBadges:
  • Ransomware is a game changer for SMEs

    Mike Pencavel, channel account manager at WatchGuard, looks at the impact of ransomware on SMEs and the need for resellers to skill up

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  • Cabinet Office turns to agile SMEs to reform Whitehall IT development

    The Cabinet Office and Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have called for small software development firms with skills in agile methodologies to help fix government IT and reform the systems integrators behind public sector projects.

    mballard2345 pointsBadges:

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