Dicker Data has appointed Cameron May as national sales manager in New Zealand, as the distributor increases capabilities across the country.
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Westcon-Comstor has signed up Insentra in New Zealand, in a move designed to provide deepened levels of service to partners across the channel.
Vodafone has reached an agreement with TeamTalk to buy the remaining 30 per cent stake in BayCity Communications, trading as Farmside, for $3 million.
PwC, MinterEllisonRuddWatts, Axenic, Deloitte, Dimension Data, DXC, Revera and Umbrellar help tackle the impact of GDPR in New Zealand.
Worldwide revenues for IT and business services surpassed US$500 billion during the second half of 2017, driven by adoption of large-scale digital projects.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise unveils plans to acquire Plexxi, a software-defined specialist capable of bolstering the vendor’s hybrid cloud capabilities.
Cisco has outlined a path for profitability for channel partners in New Zealand, with distribution front and centre of growth ambitions.
Spark has signed a partnership with BroadSoft in New Zealand to offer Spark Cloud Phone powered by the BroadCloud calling platform to SMBs.
Ingram Micro has been appointed as a distributor of Huawei in New Zealand, signing up the tech giant a matter of months after parting ways with Cisco.
A platform designed to help New Zealanders invest in crypto-currencies has launched a $1 million funding round, pitching to potential investors in Wellington.
Historically under-utilised and under-valued, the traditional reseller has seldom appreciated the art of marketing. Have times changed?
Ingram Micro has unveiled plans to target a greater share of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) market, through the signing of FreeWave in New Zealand.
Sean Kopelke has vacated his position as country manager of Zscaler across A/NZ, assuming a regional role with Riverbed in the process.
More than half of New Zealanders are more concerned with individual privacy than two years ago, as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) looms large.
Microsoft will offer customers refurbished replacements of Surface Pro 4 devices impacted by faulty screens, more than two years after users first faced the problem.