Softcat’s customers now have access to a 24/7, 365 days-a-year managed service support desk, from which trained Softcat engineers supply high quality, out-of-hours monitoring and support on customer infrastructure and platforms, as well as assisting end-users with a range of technical issues.
Softcat is proud to announce its support for Red Nose Day 2013. On Friday 15th March 2013, Red Nose Day will play host to a spectacular night of TV comedy gold and 140 Softcat staff, vendor partners, family and friends will be volunteering to receive donation calls.
On Wednesday, I had the absolute privilege of meeting with Meg Whitman, CEO of HP. She is one of those very rare people who can naturally make an extremely complex situation sound very simple. We met in HP Wood Street’s office in London. Despite having flown in from the States that morning and a schedule that makes my diary look positively pedestrian, Meg was full of energy and enthusiasm.
Every year, in January, there is a flood of articles with predictions for the year ahead. Last year, I thought we should join the deluge and we put together our version of what lay ahead for 2012. I found myself wondering how many of these would be accurate and how many would quietly be deleted come December, so I decided that I would revisit our article and see how we did.
Last night Softcat made history by winning CRN’s prestigious ‘Reseller of the Year’ award for an unprecedented third consecutive year. The CRN Channel Awards are the channel’s premier awards evening, which recognise the ingenuity and exceptional achievements of the UK channel industry over the past twelve months.
If you - like we do - keep a close eye on the IT press these days, then you’ll probably have noticed that the data center has been dominating headlines for the past few weeks.
Last night the networking equipment company Cisco awarded Softcat the Commercial Partner of the Year for UK and Ireland award at its annual Partner Summit in San Diego, California. Softcat is well-established in the Cisco channel and is one of the UK’s fastest growing Cisco partners.
When we were putting together our recent piece looking at some of our predictions for the year ahead, one thing came through loud and clear: whatever happens technology-wise during 2012, the demand on the average business network is only going to get bigger.