Data security solutions provider Sophos has has beefed up and rounded out its channel support team in Sydney to support the efforts of its distributor in New Zealand, Connector Systems.
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Storage solutions provider EMC is on a region wide push to work more closely with channel partners, in recognition of the need to provide solutions, not just tin.
Last October, ICT reasearch organisation, Infonetics Research, recorded some interesting observations out of survey of UC purchasers at medium- and large-sized companies.The sum of it is that for most of those buyers, mobile device integration is ranked “very important” in choosing a uniﬁed communications solution for a very good reason.
New Zealand Polycom partner Asnet Technology was one of four resellers globally to test-drive the vendor’s CloudAxis suite, which was rolled out at the end of March.
If you ask Judy Sherriff what the biggest innovation in IT she’s seen in her 40 years in IT, she won’t hesitate to answer.
When former Xero country manager Leanne Graham hopped on board the GeoOp train in February, she brought more than just a half-million dollar cash infusion to the three-year old job costing solutions provider.
Data protection provider SafeNet has made three announcements recently that according to the vendor’s local distributor, MPA, could mean opportunity for smaller resellers.
System integrator and cloud services provider Fronde earlier this month announced it had acquired Australia-based OnlineOne.
Greig Guy came up through Brocade’s ranks to take the position as country manager for Australia and New Zealand.
Hewlett Packard announced it will ship the first of its Moonshot solutions in June, weeks after the brand made its global debut.
Soft Solutions has been signed on to deliver PHD to the New Zealand market, perceiving an opportunity to deliver virtual backup services to smaller organisations.
Glen Patrick had spent almost four years as the technology delivery lead for the Internal Revenue Department when he set out for his next challenge.
Some small-to-medium enterprises in Auckland seem to be catching on to the business value of BYOD.
Collaboration software provider Workshare is on the lookout for resellers, following a year of acquisitions and the subsequent integration of technologies.
Certus Solutions announced last week that it would split the management of two lines of business, with appointments taking charge of business analytics on one side, and information management on the other.
The storied Toshiba laptop brand relaunched globally as Dynabook last year. Kickstarting 2020, the channel-centric vendor has been offering partners a $50 incentive per notebook sold.