Microsoft has drawn up a blueprint for channel growth in 2019, triggered by Windows 7 end of support, emerging business models and partner innovation.
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The telco industry is working together in an attempt to ensure any website housing footage of the Christchurch terrorist attack is inaccessible to New Zealanders.
The technology industry across the world has come together in mourning of Atta Elayyan and Syed Jahandad Ali, who were victims of the terrorist attack in Christchurch.
Simon Gillespie has vacated his role at Spark to return as CEO of Dimension Data in New Zealand, Reseller News can reveal.
Kathmandu is “urgently investigating” a security incident with its online trading websites, following a suspected customer data breach.
IBM has appointed Sallie Purser as channel and digital leader of New Zealand, as part of plans to deepen partner engagement in 2019.
The channel is preparing to capitalise as AI continues its aggressive growth trajectory, with end-user deployment aspirations turning into reality.
2degrees has partnered with DXC Red Rock to overhaul manual payment processes, leveraging automation to boost user engagement levels.
Reseller News is proud to announce the launch of Emerging Leaders, a forum designed to educate, mentor and showcase the upcoming technology talent in New Zealand.
ComputerCare has rebranded to Yorb in New Zealand, in a move designed to better align with changing customer priorities.
Jo Healey has been appointed as general manager of sales at Intergen in New Zealand, following almost two years running services at IBM.
NetApp has edged ahead of IBM in the enterprise storage systems market, moving into third place behind leaders Dell and Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
The internal network of Citrix has been breached by a group of hackers, believed to be international cyber criminals, following an alert from the FBI.
Exclusive Networks has appointed Jeff Clynes as country manager of New Zealand, recruiting the distribution expert from Arrow ECS NZ.
Dell and Hewlett Packard Enterprise are locked in battle at the top of the server market, as the tech giants edge clear of closest competitor IBM.