In an unprecedented award-winning week for Softcat, the IT reseller has now collected the prestigious ‘Business of the Year’ accolade at the Thames Valley Business Magazine Awards, marking the company out as the most successful and dynamic business in the Thames Valley.
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.
Softcat has been recognised for its organisational excellence at this year’s UK IT Industry Awards. The IT reseller won the ‘Large Supplier or Major VAR of the year’ award in recognition of its achievements in the provision of IT software to public and private sector clients.
After an amazing Olympic summer the start of the new academic year has been a particularly exciting one for me, both personally and professionally, so it felt like an ideal time to provide a Softcat Education update.
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.
I had an interesting thought regarding the use of VDI (hosted virtual desktops) as a way to enable a ‘Bring Your Own Device’ policy....... Sam Routledge, Softcat Solution Director shares his thoughts.
Avast, mateys! Softcat employees in Marlow and Manchester have turned up for work dressed as pirates today. Why? Because it be Pirate Day, of course...
Believe it or not, it’s been a staggering seven years now since Seb Coe and the bid team were jumping for joy at the amazing news coming in from Singapore that England’s capital had been selected as the venue for the London 2012 Games.
The SUPC Universities purchasing consortium has selected Softcat, along with five other suppliers, to provide IT related parts and accessories to over 100 higher and further education institutes in the UK.
Employees and partners of Softcat used their May Ball on Friday 4 May to raise £100,000 for their charity of the year, the Wooden Spoon Cancer Care and Haematology Unit at Stoke Mandeville Hospital.