Australian systems integrator Anatas has opened up shop in New Zealand, hiring former DXC Oxygen executive James Stevens as its first sales lead in the country.
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HPE is set to bolster its high performance computing and artificial intelligence stack with machine learning model training tech from Determined AI, which it has acquired.
Aruba has named former mid-market sales manager Tristan Rajah as its new channel leader for South Pacific.
Wellington-based visual effects studio Weta Digital is entering the SaaS market thanks to a new deal with software vendor Autodesk.
Google Cloud is set to launch the first instance in its new family of Tau virtual machines, built on the third generation of AMD’s EPYC processors, released earlier this year.
Ingram Micro Cloud has launched a new marketplace-as-a-service model, effectively enabling partners to launch their own customisable cloud marketplaces and storefronts.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has been named as board chair, a move that will see him work to set the agenda for the board, drawing upon his deep understanding of the business.
By 2024, more than a third of technology providers are expected to find themselves competing with non-technology providers, according to the latest analysis by Gartner.
Veeam Software solutions are now available on the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace in Australia and New Zealand.
Innovations prompted by COVID-19 are pushing smartphone resellers towards a more consolidated way of doing business, a trend that could see the retail channel attempt to bypass distribution.
Microsoft has quickly climbed to second place in the global unified communications-as-a-service market as on-premises private branch exchange phone systems’ usage wanes.
Former Dell business veteran Heather Cook has been named as the new Asia Pacific vice president for sales and marketing enablement platform provider Seismic.
IBM has been shaking up its core strategies under the leadership of new CEO Arvind Krishna, with a fresh focus on hybrid cloud and artificial intelligence, but challenges still remain.
NoSQL database provider DataStax is expanding its footprint in the Asia Pacific market with the launch of a new office in Singapore.
The Instillery has acquired Wellington-based privacy consultancy firm TwoBlackLabs in a move aimed at meeting the growing demand for privacy services in the local market.
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