Oil and gas company Woodside has enlisted IBM's supercomputer, Watson, to help improve decision making and enhance efficiencies.
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Dicker Data has marked its entry to a new era with a fresh logo as it retires the Express Data brand across Australia and New Zealand.
Microsoft has named Ingram Micro and Rhipe as the first Australian distributors to roll out of the second phase of its Cloud Service Provider program.
Kaseya has recorded global channel growth of 40 per cent in 2014 on the back of strong Cloud subscription numbers.
Hewlett Packard has released a raft of new software which uses Big Data to leverage a company's applications.
The emergence of Cloud has helped German thin client vendor, IGEL Technology, record a 70 per cent increase in sales across A/NZ in 2014.
FireEye has appointed former Symantec vice president, Eric Hoh, president of its Asia Pacific and Japan operations.
Kemp Technologies has appointed former Bluechip Infotech product manager, Kieren Kemm as Australia/New Zealand Territory Account Manager.
Dell has appointed former Symantec managing director Brenton Smith as vice president and general manager of its Asia Pacific Japan software group.
Cisco is set to train more than 100,000 Australian tertiary and school students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics skills as part of a five-year $21 million investment program.
Hyperconverged infrastructure vendor, SimpliVity, has raised another $US175 million in series D funding - bringing its value as a company to $US1 billion.
Aruba Networks has moved to allay partner fears over changes at the company following HP's $2.7 billion acquisition of the wireless networking company.
M2 Group has appointed, Rhoda Phillippo, as an independent non-executive director.
Accenture has completed its acquisition of one of Australia’s largest independent digital agencies.
Vocus and Amcom are set to compare notes as they examine a potential $1 billion merger.
The storied Toshiba laptop brand relaunched globally as Dynabook last year. Kickstarting 2020, the channel-centric vendor has been offering partners a $50 incentive per notebook sold.