Alfonso Gomez, who leads EDS' New Zealand Fonterra account, is standing in as its managing director following the sudden resignation of Steve Murray.
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The first service pack for Microsoft’s Vista operating system is available for manual download to the general public from today.
The Greater Wellington Regional Council is looking to buy 360 desktop and 50 laptop PCs to replace its five-year-old equipment.
Government bookworm The National Library of New Zealand is seeking a preferred supplier to help revamp its Sun Microsystems server and storage gear as it looks to boost its online services.
Deciding to sell the company you have built from the ground up can be a tough call to make. Whether you are selling to retire or to realise the value of the business, the process is fraught with many uncertainties and hard decisions. While selling out is a common strategy, you also need to consider other options such as inviting investors on board or divesting out of a non-core business unit. Reseller News polls some in the industry on how to sell your business.
The Royal New Zealand Foundation for the Blind plans to deploy a new automated human resource information system.
The Ministry of Justice is undertaking a major project to swap all of its 5100 PCs from Microsoft Office 97 to Office 2007, as it is on the search for two project managers to oversee the venture.
Housing New Zealand Corporation is on the hunt for a supplier of networking hardware maintenance, procurement and consultancy services.
Cosyn Software has been an IBM Business Partner since 1993 and was highly commended in Information Management category at the IBM Business Partner Awards.
Certus Solutions was highly commended in the Best Workplace Collaboration category at the IBM Business Partner Awards for its project with the Department of Building and Housing (DBH) on the Weathertight Homes application. Last year, Certus Solutions won the category for its workflow system collaboration with Hella.
In addition to winning the supreme award at the IBM Business Partner Awards, Integral Technology Group also walked away with top honours in the Infrastructure Innovation and Best Small Business Deal categories.
A collaboration with British wool supplier H Dawson helped Christchurch-based software development company Systems, Software & Instrumentation (SSI) win the Best Non-IBM Reseller Solution award.
Ability Software earned its award at the IBM Business Partner Awards for the implementation of its AbilitySuite email and document management solutions for US-based client Sportcraft.
The mo's kept growing in the industry, as men – and some women – grow facial hair for Movember in aid of the Prostate Cancer Foundation. Below is a slideshow of some of the best efforts we have seen, plus photos from the Movember party hosted by Fairfax Business Media, publisher of Reseller News.
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