Citrix Systems has released version 4.5 of its Presentation Server. The company is preparing to launch the product in New Zealand in conjunction with Axon, one of its biggest partners here.
Stories by Jan Birkeland
Dell could take a large chunk of the local multi-function printer market with its first entry-level inkjet in New Zealand.
David Rayner, client product marketing manager for Microsoft in New Zealand, is sometimes described as "Mr Vista" by colleagues. The man responsible for much of the buzz around the launch of Vista talks to Jan Birkelandabout going from a copier salesman to launching the new operating system and his passion for kite boarding.
Check Point software is aiming for the middle tier of the market with its new line of unified threat management appliances.
With the increased mobility market firmly in its sight, Logitech has announced the availability of the Alto notebook stand. Using a portable notebook in an office is more commonplace, and the company has set out to solve the problem of working on small keyboards at odd angles.
Memory specialist Kingston Technology has appointed Synnex as a new national distributor, in addition to the incumbent Ingram Micro.
The demand for mobile media players may have been the driver behind Toshiba’s latest offering in its Gigabeat series. The Gigabeat V has a 3.5-inch diagonal LCD screen, said to be the biggest screen in the current mobile media player market. The V is available in a 30GB model and its enhanced battery life offers eight hours of video playback or 30 hours of audio playback.
Quicken has picked up an exclusive distribution deal for time-recording software metriQ.
Honing in on the growing hard disk drive-based camcorders, Toshiba is introducing the Gigashot to the local market. It aims to combine a high quality digital video camera and a digital still camera.
Auckland based software distributor Chillisoft has opened its first Australian office in Melbourne.
Sony will launch its long awaited Playstation 3 console in New Zealand on March 23, under a general release that will include Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Australia.
Taking a break from kicking things over a long distance, Daniel Carter will be the first person in the world to officially purchase a retail copy of Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows Vista.
Trans-Tasman communications company Kordia has signed a deal for distribution of RoamAD’s converged metro Wi-Fi in New Zealand. “Metro Wi-Fi is becoming a strong global trend,” says Kordia’s CEO Geoff Hunt.
Microsoft New Zealand can neither confirm nor deny the future availability of the company’s Anytime Upgrade service.
Tony Butler is to step down as general manager at Ingram Micro after almost 20 years at the top of IT distribution in New Zealand.
The Cloud is nothing new.