VMware is undertaking the biggest innovation to its vSphere product line in the past 10 years through what it has called ‘Project Pacific'.
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The Australian Securities Exchange has signed a memorandum of understanding with Digital Asset and VMware to work on distributed ledger technology (DLT) initiatives in Australia and New Zealand.
German-based remote connectivity platform provider TeamViewer has launched a new channel program in A/NZ as it aims to build up its portfolio of focused partners.
DXC has partnered with Google Cloud amid launching a Google Platform Centre of Excellence and a Google Cloud Artificial Intelligence COE.
Ingram Micro has revealed it was one of a few Microsoft distributors to gain access to HoloLens devices with the launch set to take place later this year.
Ingram Micro’s CloudBlue division has launched its vendor management platform called Connect, as a standalone product for the first time in APJ.
Dicker Data has hired Alan Nehemia to a newly created role as national sales manager for New Zealand.
Data management software vendor, Commvault has taken the wrappers off a new global partner program that promises to create multiple new revenue streams and enhance partner profitability.
Microsoft is introducing a slew of new investments in partner programs and product updates as it proclaims it spends 'billions investing in partners every year.'
Datto Asia Pacific has doubled down on its recruitment of managed service providers (MSPs) as part of a major regional investment.
Vocus Group has revealed it is splitting into a trio of independent business units as it continues to move through its three-year turnaround strategy.
Dicker Data is making a move into the industrial scanner and printer space through a new distribution relationship with Honeywell covering Australia and New Zealand.
Disclosing acquisition offers to the market is nothing new, but in a majority of these cases, they usually eventuate into something thereafter.
Tradewinds Technology Brokerage has extended its AT&T partnership from the US to the Australian and New Zealand market
During the next three years Hewlett Packard Enterprise has revealed it will shift its entire portfolio towards adapting an as-a-service model.
Small to medium businesses (SMBs) are massively important to the economy.