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Reseller Quick Poll: Be here or be square?

Reseller Quick Poll: Be here or be square?

In our latest Quick Poll, we want to know what you think about vendors who don’t have an office here. Does it matter to you that some run their business from Australia, or are you happy to cross the Ditch when you need to?

Let us know what you think about what global and trans-Tasman vendors need to do to look after Kiwi resellers, and you're in with another chance to win Norton 360 Version 2.0 from Symantec.

Our last poll also generated some interesting results – it showed the highest proportion of our readers (28 percent) use Toshiba laptops day to day, above HP on 25 percent and other vendors’ brands with 19 percent combined. This contrasts IDC’s research about our top five PC vendors last year, which had HP leading, followed by Acer, Dell, Toshiba and Lenovo. A last minute surge of votes for Toshiba did raise some suspicions at Reseller News towers however...

Voters were also keen to include personally-built and whitebox machines in the results.

To vote in our new poll, visit reseller.co.nz


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