Christchurch-based ARM solutions provider, Bluewater Systems, has recently completed a deal with the principality of Bhutan, nestled in the Himalayan mountain range, to provide a DDS-XM100 digital storage solution.
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Software-plus-services offers many benefits for partners, according to Microsoft developer and platform strategy group director Sean McBreen.
The ability to take on hard projects is part of what makes Designer Technology (Designertech) different from the competition, says CEO Ray Delaney.
Computer Brokers has bought VoIP specialist integrator Omni Solutions.
Fortinet is considering opening a local office on the back of appointing a channel manager for New Zealand.
A smaller, personalised customer service has helped data communications distributor SnapperNetwork Distributors (SnapperNet) compete with the bigger players, says co-director Mark Forbes.
Transferring from tape to a disk data storage system may become an attractive option with the local launch of the entry-level NetApp FAS2000 line.
Local distributor Digicor has announced new quad core solutions available on both the AMD Barcelona, officially called Quad-Core Opteron, and Intel Xeon 7300 (previously codenamed Caneland) platforms.
Distributor BDT has started shipping F-Secure security software bundled with Microsoft's Windows Home Server operating system.
Road warriors could add a new notebook to their business arsenal, with the local arrival of a laptop featuring technology deployed by the US military in Iraq.
Christchurch-based software company Systems, Software & Instrumentation (SSI) has appointed former bakery owner Dennis Davidson as a local distributor for its GlobalBake software product.
Initial feedback to Cellnet’s first e-commerce portal has been positive, says marketing manager Dave Clark.
Commvault’s local presence has been given a boost with VAD’s addition as a nationwide distributor.
Laser Australia is taking legal action against Verbatim Australia over claims that 16X DVDs, which use MID (manufacturer identification) codes of Verbatim or its related companies, were not from approved production factories.
Doing business online promises to take on a whole new meaning with the launch of IBM’s virtual business centre. Accessible through online virtual world Second Life, the centre is staffed by real IBM sales representatives.
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