According to cynical old-timers in this business, once you've shaken hands with Microsoft - you should count your fingers.
Azlan has had a miraculous year, increasing sales for its core networking equipment division, when vendors (except Cisco) and rival European disties are seeing sales tumble.
DCC, the Irish mini-conglomerate, today released preliminary results for the year ended March 31, 2001. The bit we're interested in are those for Sercom Distribution, where its IT businesses hang out.
NTL customers could soon be able to chose between different broadband ISPs, following a wholesale deal with Freeserve.
Every country's got one - a dark corner so fearful that its name is uttered in hushed tones; a place where the sound of duelling banjos is punctuated only by the sound of breaking beer glasses and screaming women.
Some 2,200 jobs are to go at BT Ignite as part of ongoing restructuring at BT's corporate IT services division.
Anyone who owns a vintage car will know the feeling. Where do I get that tachometer cable for a 1967 Mini Cooper?
Forthcoming EU legislation could criminalise Europeans who circumvent copyright protection.
We've just heard back from the BBC after we called this morning about some unusual results from its new "editorially independent" search engine.
The UK's top companies are wasting millions of pounds on dismal Web sites, according to a report not out today.
Argentina's top judges are calling for an update in the country's laws on computer crime after the collapse of a trial involving crackers who allegedly defaced the country's Supreme Court Web site.