Victoria Crone is set to become Xero managing director after stepping down Chorus' general manager sales and marketing.
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Oracle has outlined an aggressive Australian channel-centric mobility strategy to take advantage of the increasing shift to BYOD and a “mobile first” marketing approach.
Arbor networks has named Matthew Moynahan as the new company president, replacing former chief Colin Doherty.
Intel has removed eccentric programmer and former fugitive John McAfee’s name from the eponymous security company it bought for $7.6 billion in 2010.
The arrest of masterhacker ‘Paunch’ has led to cybercriminals to revert to less sophisticated methods of Malware delivery, including exploit kits offering large scale Malware-as-a-Service.
Avnet Technology Solutions has appointed a new team to drive their New Zealand business.
Datacentres are reaching an unsustainable point with the average enterprise expected to see data grow more than 800 per cent in the next five years, according to Gartner.
Amazon Web Services is the unstoppable force in public Cloud and has rivals left IBM, Microsoft and Google in its wake.
Intel has launched a new range of assets to drive reseller sales ahead of Christmas.
Tablets will out ship almost all other PC form factors combined next year, forming nearly 50 per cent of the total market, according to Canalys.
BYOD should be a design principle that provides businesses with a vendor neutral applications portfolio and a flexible future-proof architecture.
Datacentres could have a wireless future if Fujitsu has its way.
Frost and Sullivan has predicted next year to be a transformational year, where many ICT vendors will struggle to grow or even maintain market share.
Fujitsu have thrown open the doors to competing Cloud providers with the launch of the Fujitsu Cloud Integration Platform which enables customers to manage, integrate and aggregate Cloud services from a single unified portal.
Fujitsu executives and guests enjoyed the company's largest IT-event in Europe with an Oktoberfest celebration at ICM, Munich. More than 10,000 people attended the Forum this year. Those looking for strategic and operative options for modernizing and developing their IT found innovations at the Fujitsu Forum that reduce costs, mitigate risks, increase flexibility and improve efficiency. The event addresses the needs of business- and IT-decision-makers, experts and specialists from data centers and IT departments, project managers and IT architects, consultants and users. In addition attendance is open to technology, sales and consulting partners, as well as representatives from government and research institutions, journalists and opinion leaders.