The heir to the Samsung Group of companies has reportedly been arrested over bribery allegations, throwing the future leadership of the company into question.
Stories by Leon Spencer
CSC and HPE Enterprise Services are set to emerge as DXC technology following the impending closure of their landmark merger.
JB Hi-Fi has delivered mixed half-yearly results across the Tasman, reporting a revenue surge Australia offset by a fall in New Zealand sales.
CSC's local lead, Seelan Nayagam, will head up the company’s operations in A/NZ following the completion of its merger with HPE's Enterprise Services business.
Microsoft's Phil Goldie is set to cross the Tasman after being named as the new small, midmarket solutions and partners lead for Microsoft New Zealand.
Networking giant, Cisco, has struck a deal to acquire application intelligence software company, AppDynamics for $AU4.9 billion in cash and equity.
HPE plans to bolster its hybrid cloud pay-as-you-go pricing capabilities with the acquisition of cloud consumption analytics software provider, Cloud Cruiser.
How the new Dell EMC global partner program came into being, and what it means for partners.
Samsung has revealed that irregularities in the manufacturing of the batteries it sourced for the troubled Galaxy Note7 smartphone were behind the device’s explosive problems.
The time for new tiers nears for Dell EMC partners locally and around the world, as the company prepares to roll out its new partner program on 6 February.
An arrest warrant for Samsung's vice-chairman and de facto head, Lee Jay-yong, over allegations of bribery and embezzlement has reportedly been dismissed.
HPE has struck a deal to acquire privately held hyper-converged infrastructure provider, SimpliVity, for almost $860 million in cash.
As Samsung prepares to share the findings of its probe into last year's Galaxy Note7 issues, the company looks set to face further challenges in 2017.
A new study by Red Hat highlights open source software's growing acceptance, but reservations remain.
D-Link Systems is set to hit back against the US government’s accusations of poor security practices with the help of non-profit organisation, the Cause of Action Institute.