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Channel partners and the ICT community at large offer messages of support and help to colleagues in Christchurch following yesterday's earthquake. Renaissance and YOOBEE update Renaissance has a long history with Christchurch and we are all doing what we can for the city now. At Renaissance we are moving forward quietly, humbly and respectfully in support of the family, friends, staff, and colleagues that we are seeing affected by this terrible tragedy. We have asked for assistance from our vendor partners and are in discussions with a number of organisations in education and the design industry to see how we can help there.
Enterprise IT celebrated its third birthday in Auckland with a Christmas barbeque attended by industry partners and staff. It was held at the company's new office, which opened in October. To view all the action visit:
MagnumMac opened its flagship store in Newmarket last week. Built to Apple's worldwide specifications, the store attracted long lines with many in a buying mode. Renaissance Brands managing driector Paul Johnston says another branch will open in Christchurch soon. To check out the store's interior go to:
A new flight information service is sure to find a following among tech travellers.
Former Reseller News editor Justine Banfield has turned her hand to technology public relations.
It is hard to imagine that the only injuries resulting from the spectacular crash depicted in this slideshow were to the pride of its driver – Chris Simpson managing director of Auckland-based Computer Brokers. Simpson rolled the car three stages before the end of last year's six-day New Zealand Targa Rally, but he and navigator Craig McEwan of Ingram Micro walked from the crash unscathed, except for seriously bruised egos. As for the car – it will be repaired and live to race another day…
Wyse Technology says its new Wyse G class thin computing devices are unique in their flexibility and expansion capabilities, while delivering the performance and flexibility needed to run complex applications in graphics and data-intensive environments.
The General Dynamics GoBook MR-1 is being touted as the first rugged, Vista compatible, ultra-mobile laptop offering a sunlight-readable LCD screen.
D-Link has launched what it says is the industry’s first series of environmental-friendly SOHO gigabit switches using its new Green Ethernet technology.
Blackberry fans can now get all their email anywhere they go – as well as being able to pinpoint exactly where they are.