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Stories by Jan Birkeland
Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) and Microsoft have enjoyed a longstanding relationship; now the two are joining forces to promote the future of storage.
Symantec is wooing small and medium enterprises in New Zealand with a new, cost-effective product named Gateway Security 1600.
Ink and toner remanufacturing has become an important issue for Hewlett-Packard.
UK-based company AppSense is focusing on a new level of security threat and has designed a first intrusion prevention system (FIPS).
Renaissance Brands’ latest partnership is with tape storage specialist Tandberg Data. The companies have been working together since April 1 this year. Last Monday resellers had a chance to view Tandberg's products.
Sending Kiwis overseas on training programmes is just one of the preparations BMC is making for a launch of over 50 new products scheduled for this Monday.
AttachmateWRQ’s acquisition of NetIQ will cost it US$495 million, the company announced last week.
The channel has been introduced to New Zealand’s first one-hour server replacement guarantee, courtesy of Wellington company IServe.
A New Zealand distributor has for the first time picked up the Supplies Wholesaler of the Year 2005 award. IT Wholesale (ITW) and Ingram Micro were both contenders for the award, with ITW winning it in the end.
Antivirus vendors are licking their lips in anticipation of the new business that will come their way now Apple has released BootCamp. The application allows users with Intel-based Macintosh computers to use both Apple’s OSX operating system and Microsoft Windows.
Integrity plays a large part when promoting a new product, says Mark Padginton, business development director of Grail Network Security.
While storage hardware prices are dropping considerably, Intelligent Business Research Services (IBRS) in Australia released a report last week saying that the low hardware cost conceals a higher management cost.
Imation has put its eggs in two baskets in preparation for the upcoming Blu-ray v HD-DVD format battle. The company is set to manufacture and distribute both formats, in a war equalling the Betamax and VHS battle in the early 80s.
Trend Micro has New Zealand firmly in its sights following last year’s success in the Australian channel. The company has teamed with Ingram Micro to target small to medium enterprises.
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