I ain't gonna lie. Pitney Bowes is weird.
Stories by Simon Eskow
New Zealand organisations have slackened in an annual grading of ICT sustainability, along with the rest of the world, according to an annual survey of CIOs conducted on behalf of ICT services giant, Fujitsu.
Blue Coat’s most recent Malnet Report indicates a possible rise in the organisation and scope of networks devoted to malicious attacks.
With the Australian market ripe for the picking, home-grown Kiwi IT services companies are experiencing significant growth opportunities, according to this year’s TIN100 report.
Resellers feeling a little vague on specifics around Microsoft’s new products will get a chance to hear all about it in November.
Security solutions provider WatchGuard says business in New Zealand is growing at a much faster pace than it is globally.
Storage technology provider Falconstor has been in business for 12 years, but its success has come largely from OEM relationships with the likes of EMC, IBM and others.
Pitney Bowes is a 92 year old technology company with a pedigree in “clever machines” that sort, stuff and meter paper mail.
Enterprise systems management software vendor Kaseya last month appointed Olaf Jones as its sales manager.
Brodie Archer comes off as something of an unofficial evangelist for SAP’s Business One product when she talks about her company.
Search specialist Splunk just finished its SplunkLive tour of New Zealand, touting early adoption by New Zealand customers, as it positions itself in a unique software category.
Digital content solutions provider Adobe earlier this month rolled out the latest edition of its Acrobat programme, Acrobat XI.
Tauranga based managed services solutions vendor Delta Technology has built a successful regional and international business since its inception in 2001.
Optimation was born in 1992, when IT departments looking for less expensive alternatives to their legacy mainframe and MINI systems started looking at open systems to solve their server infrastructure problems.
Westcon has moved its Auckland area headquarters to a new building, not too far away from the previous one.
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