Avaya has taken the wrappers off its new cloud-based video conferencing and collaboration service called Avaya Equinox Meetings Online.
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Vodafone Group has entered a software licensing agreement with VMware, designed to offer increased access to a range of products and services.
Veritas makes two new global hires with Barbara Spicek signing on as VP of global channel and David Noy returning to run product management.
Reports of redundancies within Oracle's Solaris and SPARC teams raise questions over the future of the Oracle offerings.
Cyber security vendor, Forcepoint has acquired security analytics provider, RedOwl for an undisclosed sum.
After 44 years in the IT industry, WatchGuard Australia and New Zealand's regional director, David Higgins, is retiring.
Cisco has stepped up its Veeam partnership through adding the vendor on to the Cisco Global Price List.
ASX-listed services provider, Empired, has reported a net profit turnaround to $3.2 million, from a $1.7 million loss last year.
Juniper Networks has made a number of changes to its Partner Advantage program, since the new version was launched a year ago.
IT services company, Datacom has seen revenue increase 13 per cent to $NZ1.058 billion during its financial year, ending March 31.
Fronde has hired Daniel Jurczyszyn as its general manager strategic alliances, based in Melbourne.
IT services provider, Empired has managed to become one of the highest-certified Microsoft Data and Intelligence partners in the ANZ region.
API management and file transfer provider, Axway, has signed three new partnerships in the Australian market place including KPMG Australia, Versent and Integral Technology Solutions.
Avaya has appointed Peter Chidiac as its new A/NZ managing director.
Duncan Hewett has been named as the new VMware Asia Pacific and Japan senior vice president and general manager