McAfee has high hopes for its latest security offering which goes on sale later this month, but Asia-Pacific marketing director Allan Bell says the package is likely to go down particularly well in New Zealand.
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PC makers in North America and Europe may be worried, but local experts say the delayed launch of Windows Vista isn’t likely to have much effect on New Zealand sales.
In the science fiction movie Minority Report, police see the future and arrest crooks before they have an opportunity to commit their crimes.
Morning Star was ordered to pay a penalty of $50,000 plus costs in the Auckland High Court last month for retail price maintenance — an anticompetitive practice where a supplier specifies the minimum price a reseller can charge for goods.
This isn’t the first time Microsoft has screwed up a major product launch. It’s not even the first time Microsoft has been way behind schedule with Windows Vista.
Welcome to the 200th edition of New Zealand Reseller News. Reaching the 200th edition is a major milestone in the life of any publication; for this fortnightly newspaper it represents nearly eight years of relentlessly asking computer manufacturers, software developers, distributors and other businesses up and down the IT food chain the question uppermost in our reader’s minds: “What’s in it for the channel?”
Symantec New Zealand channel manager Natasha Hook says her company's new channel programme pulls together the best elements of the eight different programmes previously run by Symantec and Veritas, its July 2005 merger partner.
Lenovo has launched a range of low-cost notebook and desktop PCs aimed at small businesses, SOHO users and consumers.
Hewlett-Packard has given its Storageworks portfolio a major overhaul — a move local product marketing manager Aaron Lamond says is part of an aggressive roadmap with particular relevance to local users.
Although it’s not a bad as it was before Christmas, New Zealand’s business owners are still largely pessimistic according to BNZ chief economist Tony Alexander. How do you feel?
NEWLY promoted Axon CEO Scott Green has been set an ambitious target of raising the service company’s revenues to $100 million within three years. The company’s revenue was $76 million in the most recent financial year, which ended in October.
Wellington-based digital media specialist Solutionz has secured the exclusive New Zealand agency for AOpen’s range of computer cases.
It’s not hard to understand why PDA sales keep falling.
TECHNOLOGY journalists don’t actually hang stockings over the fireplace at Christmas — at least not the ones we know — but it’s not unusual for a flood of seasonal gifts to land in pigeon holes during December.
So you thought storage wasn't sexy or cool? This marketing animation from Hitachi Global Storage Technologies will make you think again.
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