A recent survey conducted by Symantec of Australia and New Zealand businesses put the BYOD trend into sharper focus.
Stories by Simon Eskow
Network Service Providers deals with clients in all kinds of business.
When the Computer Troubleshooters franchise launched ten years ago in East Christchurch, the business was all about the break-fix.
Data optimisation solutions provider Silver Peak this month launched three new additions to its Velocity solution.
Gary Cullen wanted to be a pilot when he grew up.
The ruggedised tablet is a niche market by design.
Mick Bell has been working in IT and living in New Zealand long enough to make credible observations about how well technology gets matched to business here.
Open source provider Red Hat announced two new products in its enterprise middleware portfolio earlier this month; JBoss Fuse, an enterprise service bus; and JBoss A-MQ, a messaging platform.
Enterprise management solutions provider IFS had been doing business directly with customers in New Zealand for years by the time it announced a deal with Solnet to be its exclusive reseller here last August.
Oracle is bundling hardware with management software in a bid to appeal to organisations with up to 250 licensed users.
After years of working primarily in the government sector, consulting firm Infocentrik is starting to expand to the corporate side.
Watchguard’s ANZ country manager Pat Devlin says that when he travels from Sydney to New Zealand, resellers and customers sometime turn a deaf ear.
Virtual back up and management provider Veeam in February reported that New Zealand led the way for the company in year-over-year revenue growth, out of all markets in APAC.
Divers Group entered its 26th year in business in 2013, taking an unusual path as a kind of IT reseller.
Business improvement and analytics specialist Cortell held its annual planning meeting in Rarotonga and turned the working holiday into a working-working holiday.