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SEP Partner Summit international success

One-hundred-and-fifty participants took part in the conference, including from countries like Greece and SA. [Local rep: Robinson Distribution]


Red Hat profit forecast matches estimates

Despite the strong dollar, the Linux distributor's profit forecast matches analysts' estimates.


Bannerman to head up Red Hat locally

Mark Bannerman moves to Red Hat from MicroStrategy.


Orange's top device sellers

The French telco's local consumer arm reveals Android devices are hot property at the moment.


Tag Heuer, Intel challenge Apple

The watch-maker will launch a smartwatch later this year using Google's Android in a venture with Intel to compete head-on with Apple.


Calling developers: Microsoft opens up

Microsoft increasingly moves across platforms as it seeks to gain brand, rather than app, value.


Yahoo steps up mail security

The Internet corporation beefs up its defences against e-mail intrusion with two security offerings.


Android update still has issues

Android 5.1 has a lot of improved features but users are still experiencing crashes and other issues.


KEMP offers free service to local developers

The free version of the LoadMaster application load balancer is available for unlimited use for IT developers and open source technology users.

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