Centrify has raised a pile of cash and is engaged in expansion – looking to repeat this year's 40% growth.
Symphony Technology Group (STG), a private equity firm that invests in software and information technology companies, is buying several of the European healthcare technology operations of McKesson Corporation (McKesson).
Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX) has announced that Quanza Engineering has recently joined its reselling programme.
Telenor Connexion, a separate entity of Telenor that provides connected business solutions, has partnered with Haltian, a Finnish product development company in the area of wireless technologies, to bring new services to Finnish, Baltic and Russian markets.
Tech Data's shares fell 4% as is announced that Q1 saw global net sales for the first quarter of $6.7bn, an increase of 9% yr/yr, but gross profit was $335.3m, or 4.98% of net sales, compared to $322.4m, or 5.24% of net sales in the prior-year quarter.
Distributor Exclusive Networks says strong Q1 growth is down to the growth within regions, general market recovery and strong performance within its vendor portfolio.
Enterprise security vendor Druva is starting distribution with Exclusive in the UK prior to rolling out across Europe. It offers integrated data protection and governance solutions for enterprise endpoints, and its appointment of Exclusive Networks UK.
Scandit, developer of the software-based barcode scanning and data capture platform for smartphones, tablets and computing devices, has announced a launch of its Global Partner Programme.
Dutch data centre specialist ICTroom has announced it has been awarded a contract to build a new 6 megawatt modular data centre complex in the UK for an international IT service provider.
Atos, which is also trying to buy French integrator Steria, is to buy Bull in an all-French IT sector deal worth €620m to create the top Europe-based cloud computing company and a major player in cybersecurity.