Microsoft’s latest financials have demonstrated the company’s burgeoning mastery of the cloud business model, according to analysts.
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And what the company can do to escape them.
Tech Data’s Technology Solutions business vice president and general manager for Australia and New Zealand, Darren Adams, is leaving the business.
Extreme Networks has completed its acquisition of Avaya’s networking business.
Eugene Kaspersky has delivered a spray against “fake news” worthy of one of US President Donald Trump’s Twitter rants.
Xero's CEO talks up the cloud accounting software company’s burgeoning use of machine learning and artificial intelligence.
The Japanese tech company accuses WD of allegedly threatening bidders for its memory chip business.
SAP has appointed its COO in A/NZ, Colin Brookes, as its new president and managing director for the local region.
Accenture is in the process of completing over 400,000 Windows 10 upgrades among its workforce by 2018.
Toshiba is suing Western Digital to the tune of $1.4 billion over its alleged continued interference with sale process of the company’s memory business.
New report reveals how Fuji Xerox Australia and New Zealand landed in hot water over "inappropriate" accounting practices.
Toshiba investors have been told to wait just a little longer for the long-awaited sale of its memory business to close.
Local Fuji Xerox Printers partners will see a host of changes to the vendor’s partner program in 2017-2018, including new entitlements for some tiers.
Google has launched its cloud platform in Australia, with its new Sydney region going live.
Can Fujifilm Holdings learn from Toshiba’s ongoing shareholder legal wrangles?
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