Revera has become data management and storage provider CommVault’s first 'petabyte class' customer in New Zealand, managing 1PB of data on CommVault’s Simpana platform.
Stories by Randal Jackson
A multi-vendor community of local IT software and service providers operating under a newly-launched initiative called the Stack Alliance is promoting ICT stack choice and flexibility to public sector buyers of Government Infrastructure as a Service.
24/7 Distribution has picked up the Australasian franchise for post-paid telecommunications provider SimpleRoam.
A 'virtual CIO' service offered last year by CodeBlue has proved so successful that the service provider has taken on new staff to expand the service.
German-born entrepreneur Toby Ruckert came to New Zealand for six weeks as a tourist. He liked the country so much he relocated permanently. Now, he’s about to launch an online product which he thinks will cater for today’s issues of information overload.
Revera has lit up its new Upper Hutt datacentre, at the same time announcing plans for a twin datacentre facility on a neighbouring 4000 square metre site.
Compass Business Communications is seeking to recruit resellers as its formalises its partner programme. “We’ve always had an informal reseller programme but now we have appointed a dedicated programme manager,” says company spokesman Dave Georgetti.
Mark Loveys isn’t one to procrastinate. Last month he announced a management buyout of Enprise and plans to accelerate growth in MYOB Exo and Enprise’s SAP Business One applications development business.
Cloud-based email security company SMX has signed a licensing and support agreement with datacentre and infrastructure provider Revera.
Unisys confirms that Mr Brett Hodgson is leaving the company to pursue other interests. The company has started recruiting to replace him.
A partner-centric model adopted by software developer Codec has led to former competitors becoming customers.
Datacom has been named the 2012 Cisco Australia and New Zealand Partner of the Year. Earlier, it had won similar partner of the year awards from EMC, VMWare and Trend Micro.
A recent US CIO article on the burgeoning phenomenon of Big Data, published in Reseller News, made much of the need for modern semantic search engines. There is a New Zealand-developed option, SYL Semantics, which is attracting overwhelming interest from both government and commercial interests, according to chief executive Sean Wilson.
SugarCRM is another open source provider that is eating into the proprietary software market.
Online backup provider Black Box Backup has introduced a new service which should help customers who have a restrictive data cap or low broadband speed.
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