Microsoft received more than 1,800 customer data requests from Australian and New Zealand law enforcement bodies in 2019.
Stories by Leon Spencer
Genetec is expand its operations in the local market with the appointment of former Optic Security Group national projects manager Cameron Watton as its first regional sales manager for New Zealand.
Spending on IT is expected to decline by roughly 2.7 per cent this year due to the economic impact of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but some verticals are likely to be harder hit than others.
Dell Technologies has made US$9 billion financing available for customers this year, with some products and solutions attracting a zero per cent interest rate, in a bid to keep projects going amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Just six months after former SAP CEO Bill McDermott stepped down from the top job, the German software giant is set to farewell one of its two co-CEOs as it adjusts to the current business climate.
Microsoft’s move to bring consumers into the Microsoft 365-branded product stack -- originally fashioned as a purely enterprise-angled offering -- sees Microsoft flip the ongoing consumerisation of enterprise products on its head.
Microsoft has moved to recognise partners working to develop solutions in response to the challenges thrown up by the coronavirus pandemic, with the introduction of a new Community Response category in its annual awards program.
Ingram Micro has added solutions from secure remote connectivity software vendor TeamViewer to its cloud marketplace, as part of a new global cloud distribution agreement.
AWS has made its Migration Acceleration Program for Windows generally available, giving users the ability to step up the migration of Windows workloads to AWS.
HP will offer short-term, market and country-specific incentives for partners in a bid to help businesses navigate rocky market conditions.
In the late afternoon on 26 March, Google warned users that several of its cloud services were experiencing disruptions due to issues with Google Cloud infrastructure components. Here's what happened.
Xerox Holdings has decided to withdraw its tender offer to acquire HP and drop its efforts to influence the target company’s board, citing the “turmoil” caused by COVID-19.
As with businesses in just about every industry vertical, distributors are facing unprecedented conditions within which to operate, but the disruptions haven’t stopped those in the local market from keeping things moving for partners.
Google warned users globally on 26 March (U.S. Pacific time) that several of its cloud services were experiencing intermittent disruptions, citing issues with Google Cloud infrastructure components.
HP doesn’t want to divert its “valuable time, attention and resources” to a dialogue with Xerox about its proposed takeover bid amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nominations Close on June 12
VIRTUAL EVENT - Thursday, June 18 - Registrations Open