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Quick Poll: is the looming recession hitting you?

Quick Poll: is the looming recession hitting you?

It's hard to avoid reading about the gloomy economic forecasts, but we want to find out how the IT channel is faring. Has your business slowed or are you still doing solid trade?

Let us know at reseller.co.nz and and be in to win a Microsoft webcam.

Over the last fortnight, people have been telling us which ultraportable has best met their needs. Lenovo's X300 emerged a clear winner, with 52 percent of the votes. Respondents commented on its balance of power and portability, quick performance and full features.

Asus' Eee PC was the next most popular, with voters appreciating its ease of use when travelling and Skype.


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EDGE 2018: Kiwis kick back with Super Rugby before NZ session

EDGE 2018: Kiwis kick back with Super Rugby before NZ session

New Zealanders kick-started EDGE 2018 with a bout of Super Rugby before a dedicated New Zealand session, in front of more than 50 partners, vendors and distributors on Hamilton Island.​

EDGE 2018: Kiwis kick back with Super Rugby before NZ session
EDGE 2018: Kiwis assess key customer priorities through NZ research

EDGE 2018: Kiwis assess key customer priorities through NZ research

EDGE 2018 kicked off with a dedicated New Zealand track, highlighting the key customer priorities across the local market, in association with Dell EMC. Delivered through EDGE Research - leveraging Kiwi data through Tech Research Asia - more than 50 partners, vendors and distributors combined during an interactive session to assess the changing spending patterns of the end-user and the subsequent impact to the channel.

EDGE 2018: Kiwis assess key customer priorities through NZ research
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