Cisco has decided to postpone its first virtual Cisco Live event, which was set to kick-off this week, with the company’s CEO citing “this tragic moment”.
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The deal will see Octarine's solution embedded within Carbon Black Cloud in a bid to ramp up support for new security features for containerised applications running in Kubernetes.
Cyber security software vendor Fireeye is set to embark on a restructuring initiative that will see it cut roughly 6 per cent of its 3000-strong workforce.
AWS has released Cost Categories, a new feature allowing users to categorise cost and usage information precisely to the organisational structure and cost allocation needs.
US-based private equity firm Insight Partners is to buy cyber security firm Armis at a valuation of US$1.1 billion.
All the major products, services and offerings revealed during Amazon Web Services’ annual re:Invent event in Las Vegas.
Trend Micro has recognised its top partners in the local market, with DXC Technology, Dicker Data and CCL among the winners of the Trend Micro ANZ 2019 Partner Awards.
Twelve local ISVs are getting set to compete on the world stage after being named finalists in Ingram Micro’s global Comet Competition.
Reseller News honoured the standout players of the New Zealand channel in front of more than 480 technology leaders in Auckland on 23 October, recognising the achievements of top partners, emerging entrants and innovative start-ups.
Partners, vendors and distributors reconnected during a number of social gatherings during EDGE 2019. The first evening saw the channel congregate for a welcome party at the Hamilton Island yacht club, while the main poolside proved to be the perfect stop for a barbecue on the final night.
EDGE Cup 2019
Day 2 of EDGE was opened by in-depth research from TRA's Tim Dillon, which outlined the partner view on the channel's future. The following day saw Forrester's Jay McBain and Odgers Berndtson's Tim Sleep conclude the keynote line-up, while HPE and Cisco rounded off the thought leadership.
After an intensive day of keynotes, breakout sessions and networking, 300 delegates donned their whitest gladrags and unwinded at Edge's customary Dinner Under the Stars at Outrigger Marquee. Photos by: Christine Wong.
EDGE 2019: Thought leaders and influencers share their building blocks for the channel's future growth
More than 300 top-level technology executives spent EDGE 2019 Day One hearing from thought leaders, including trend-spotter Magnus Lindkvist, Tech Research Asia's Tim Dillon and Atlassian's Josh Devenny. In between, partners attended in-depth breakout sessions examining how the technology industry is re-building itself amid changing times. Photos by Christine Wong.
EDGE 2019 Icebreaker Sessions | Day One of Edge 2019 saw a series of one-to-one and ice-breaker meetings take place between vendors and partners from both sides of the Tasman. Consisting of six 12-minute speed dating-style sessions, these meetings presented a prime opportunity for the channel to make new friends and reconnect with old.
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