Cloud infrastructure services spending has jumped 42 per cent in the first quarter of 2019, compared to the same time last year.
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A year on since being acquired by Salesforce, business application network platform provider MuleSoft has made Rob Thorne its new local head of Asia Pacific.
Nextgen has further bolstered its security portfolio through adding Netskope to the mix, gaining full distribution rights across Australia and New Zealand.
Nutanix global channel chief Rodney Foreman has left the vendor after spending 15 months in the role.
Cyber security software specialist, Emt Distribution has struck up a new partnership with US-based IoT and firmware security vendor ReFirm to the Australian and New Zealand market.
After taking close to two years out of the IT industry, Jamie Romanin has returned to take on a new role as Cisco head of calling and customer journey solutions in Asia Pacific and Japan.
Customer support software company Zendesk has named Amy Foo as new managing director of Australia and New Zealand, replacing Brett Adam.
Avaya has revealed a further integration with Google Cloud Contact Centre artificial intelligence (AI) to provide better contact centre experiences for customers.
Unisys has picked up a three-year contract with A/NZ healthcare provider Healthscope to implement its SIEM system and associated services.
HP reveals new financing solution and training enhancements to help provide further support for its channel partners in their services-led model in the market.
Ingram Micro has added new features, functionality and resources to its Cloud Marketplace aiming to help partners and ISVs continue their growth trajectory.
SAP has recognised partner excellence across Australia and New Zealand during 2018, revealed during the vendor's Partner Kick-Off Meeting.
Software company, Pegasystems has hired former Dell Boomi APJ leader, Michael Evans as its new Australia and New Zealand vice president.
Gartner has identified seven emerging security and risk management trends for 2019, that are set to have an impact on security, privacy and risk areas.
Open source provider Red Hat is heavily investing in its partners across Australia and New Zealand, with a keen focus on growing their business.