New Zealand-based Swiftpoint has signed a global licensing agreement with IT peripherals vendor, Belkin.
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IT outsourcing service provider, The Missing Link, has become the first IBM business partner across A/NZ to meet certification criteria for the IBM AAA accreditation for Tivoli storage.
Telco providers, Telecom and Chorus, have stated their support of the possible changes to the Telecommunications Service Obligations (TSO), put forward by Communications and IT minster, Amy Adams
Government, healthcare and software development are some of the leading areas shaping up the New Zealand IT market
Australian-based provider of corporate performance management and business intelligence, Camms Group, has appointed Clinton Mottram as its A/NZ general manager.
ASX and NZX-listed online accounting software vendor, Xero, is on an aggressive recruitment drive, expecting to create about 200 jobs by the end of March next year.
Aruba Networks has partnered with Australian start-up DC4G to offer retailers a range of proximity marketing capabilities through free Wi-Fi around the country.
Fujitsu has extended its Distributed Computing Central Services (DCCS) contract for a further 12 months with the Australian Department of Defence.
Application networking provider, A10 Networks, is on the hunt for more resellers in the Australian market.
Adobe has assured its swing to the Cloud won’t impact its channel or retail relationships.
iiNet has expressed disappointment with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) draft report for final access determination (FAD) for Telstra wholesale ADSL services.
The Australian operation of Telecom's ICT services unit, Gen-i, will see more than half of its staff made redundant as part of a strategic review of the company.
Rackspace Australia director, Mark Randall, said the new datacentre fulfills significant local demand for managed virtualisation platforms.
Technology and solutions being offered down the track could see better value and service for customers
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