Wellington-based atSolutions has extended its fax solution into the cloud, and has signed reseller agreements with Fuji Xerox, Sharp and Konika Minolta.
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Computer Concepts Limited has adopted the New Zealand-owned and developed cloud-based SMX email security software as its preferred anti-spam and anti-virus solution for customers.
Gen-i is formalising commercial arrangements with managed service provider Lantech and Comsmart to support Gen-i's business in the Wellington enterprise market.
Cloud platform and email security company SMX has announced the first multi-tenant, cloud-based SEEMail (Secure Electronic Environment Mail) service supporting secure email exchange between government departments. SEEMail is the email encryption standard for New Zealand government organisations.
Just one month after taking a 50 percent ownership position in Barbador, a Google enterprise partner and the first partner in Australasia for Google’s new cloud services, Optimation is about to enter into a proof of concept with an un-named major customer.
Hewlett-Packard has begun laying off staff in New Zealand.
Hitachi Data Systems has launched a campaign to recruit partners in New Zealand, specifically those resellers with Microsoft or SAP focus, the company tells Reseller News.
Apparently not everyone has been feeling the pinch of the sluggish economy.
Auckland-based reseller GlobalBizpro plans to launch a 16-seat dedicated training facility in August, after experiencing positive end user uptake of its Excel training workshops.
Distribution Central has moved into the Wellington market, hiring Ashwin Patel as channel account manager. Patel had been with Westcon for the previous four-and-a-half years.
When Brad O’Brien was 16, he spent much of his spare time in the computer laboratory at his intermediate school in Ashburton. Then he began helping his father out in the school holidays with business computers.
With all the talk of the cloud over the past few years, you'd be forgiven if you thought that on-premise solutions were a dead-end.
Irish software developer MMSOFT Design has appointed Chillisoft to spearhead ANZ channel sales of its IT monitoring software, App Mobile PC Monitor.
New Zealand sales are booming for SMX, the locally developed cloud email security company, but for CEO and co-founder Jesse Ball the big target is Japan.
A pure play IBM strategy is paying dividends for solutions and services company Certus, which is the first company in Australia and New Zealand to achieve a “best-of’the-best” ranking from the international professional services industry research firm SPI Research.