Riverbed Technology has taken the wrappers off a new performance-based partner program called Riverbed Rise.
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Veeam has crowned Gary Mitchell as its new A/NZ vice president, stepping into the role that Don Williams vacated in October.
Veritas Technologies has named Greg Hughes as its new CEO, replacing Bill Coleman.
Micro Focus has warned its full financial year revenue will drop between two to four per cent.
More than a year after Datacom first announced plans to open a new IT hub in South Australia, the $22 million investment, is finally underway.
Ingram Micro has doubled its Cloud Marketplace user numbers in less than a year, surpassing two million active seats.
Unified communications vendor, Avaya, expects to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy by the end of the year, after a court ruling in the United States.
Cybersecurity company, Malwarebytes, has taken the wrappers off a new managed service provider (MSP) program specifically aimed at the A/NZ market.
MYOB has coughed up $180 million for Reckon's Accountants Group, as the accounting software vendor's rival focuses on the SMB market.
Communications vendor, Avaya, has expanded its channel partner program adding a cloud integrator stream to the fold.
Telstra has bought local GPS and telematics fleet management solutions provider, MTData, to boost IoT growth in the market.
Financial institutions will soon have the ability to identify and stop cybercriminals from opening fraudulent bank accounts, thanks to IBM.
IBM has picked David La Rose as its new A/NZ managing director, replacing Kerry Purcell, who has taken up a leadership role with IBM Japan.
Exclusive Networks subsidiary, BigTec A/NZ, has added storage vendor, Cloudian, to its portfolio.
Tomizone co-founder, Phillip Joe, has been made redundant, while head of APAC sales, Saurabh Madan, has resigned.