Unified communications firm ShoreTel has recorded first quarter revenue of $84.3m, a 12 per cent increase compared to the previous year.
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Cybersecurity firm Sophos has taken the first step in its aggressive strategy to move its entire portfolio into the Cloud.
Flash storage pioneer Fusio-io has partnered with Oriel Technologies as part of an A/NZ expansion which seeks to drive adoption of flash in hypervisor solutions.
IT services provider BEarena has been appointed the first Nutanix Elite partner in Australia and New Zealand.
The projector market could be nearing its peak after recording stable shipping figures for three consecutive quarters, according to IDC anlaysts.
The demise of the feature phone has contributed to a 20 per cent contraction in the total A/NZ mobile phone market, an IDC analyst report has revealed.
ASX-listed accounting software firm Xero is expecting to almost double revenue in the first half of this financial year off the back of rapid growth in its customer base.
Hewlett-Packard has today announced a major overhaul of its partner program, which should provide more competitive rebates and compensation.
Video conference specialists [[xref:http://www.arnnet.com.au/tag/Arkadin|Arkadin|All on Arkadin]] have named Richard Knott to lead business strategy in A/NZ.
Indian communications heavyweight Tata has enlisted Arkadin to help launch its new video conferencing service to cater for an explosion of demand in A/NZ.
IT solutions heavyweight [[xref:http://www.arnnet.com.au/tag/EMC|EMC|All on EMC]] has unveiled new unified data storage systems to unleash the power of flash and deliver unprecedented performance at one-third of the price.
Accounting software vendor, Xero, has reached 200,000 paying customers globally, and will reveal plans to expand its channel partner network at a conference in Sydney today.