Juniper Networks has reassured its partners the company is focusing on the enterprise market to achieve further growth as a networking specialist, at its Asia-Pacific partner conference in Thailand last week.
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Research firm IDC New Zealand has seen a change in its management structure, with Amit Gupta being appointed to the role of country manager.
Infrastructure providers such as gas and electricity companies could soon be prime targets for cooperation from IT companies.
Archiving media has been a challenge since the first CD-ROM saw daylight in 1985. Optical media has had a relatively short archival lifespan, and some have dubbed them unusable as corporate storage.
High-end gaming gear maker Razer is appealing to the iPod generation with its latest keyboard, the Pro Type.
Sony is to launch the LTO Ultrium4 data cartridge series, with up to 800GB recording capacity later this month.
According to IDC analysts there are some hard lessons to be learnt from the consumer sector of the market in New Zealand.
Servicing geographical areas outside the main city centres is something the bigger players seem hesitant to do. Brent Oldham, managing director of IT At Work, did just that when he started out for himself 13 years ago in Westport, and has grown his business into a West Coast icon.
The local retail market is in for a shakeup with the arrival of bargain Australian chain JB Hi-Fi.
It comes as no surprise that the notebook market is rapidly overtaking the desktop market, nor is this particularly newsy. It is interesting, however, to probe into the reasons why this is and where we can expect the market to go in the future.
“Quite an attractive proposition,” is how Symantec’s managing director for the Pacific region, David Sykes, describes the company’s upcoming enterprise security software offering.
Epson has ended its relationship with previous distributor Morning Star and struck a deal with Synnex, giving the company its first printer brand.
Sander Dales, Juniper’s Auckland-based director for strategic alliances across Australia and New Zealand, left high school at the end of sixth form to pursue a career in engineering. He did a certificate in engineering with a ticket in microprocessors and software, hinting at a later career in IT.
Distributor IT Wholesale and sister division Cellect will sail under a different name from next month – that of corporate parent Cellnet.
Computer maker Lenovo has come out on top in the competition to design the Olympic torch for next year’s Beijing games.
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