Oracle has announced that CEO Mark V. Hurd will take a leave of absence due to health related reasons.
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Following an internal restructure, publicly-listed distributor Rhipe has appointed Tovia Va'aelua to the role of general manager of sales across Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ).
Robert Malkin has departed Commvault where he has been the vice president for Australian and New Zealand since June 2018.
Sydney-based Impact Systems Technology has been acquired by an unnamed buyer described as a "young entrepreneur" in the IT industry.
With hardware sales as its main revenue generator, Dicker Data expects to see further growth in device and PC sales in the next 12 months with Microsoft Windows 7 support ending in January 2020.
Labour MP Clare Curran has announced she will leave Parliament and not re-stand at the 2020 election.
DXC Technology has acquired Norway-based Syscom, a service management and security consulting and solutions provider and "leading" ServiceNow partner.
US-headquartered Drupal specialist Acquia has appointed Jae Kong to the role of regional channel manager for Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ).
Vocus has come out a self-described "year of significant change" with a 44 per cent drop in net profit after tax (NPAT) to $34 million.
Malwarebytes has appointed Vikas Uberoy to the role of regional director for Australia and New Zealand, replacing Jim Cook.
CSG has closed the 2019 financial year with loss after tax of $1.8 million, considerably less than the previous year when the company posted $150 million loss.
Hills Limited has announced it will exit the communications business following a review of the business.
Rhipe has entered into a joint-venture with Microsoft partner Japan Business Systems (JBS) that will see the distributor enter the Japanese market.
Identity management vendor Ping Identity has appointed Ashley Diffey to the role of country manager for Australia, New Zealand and Japan.
Publicly-listed MOQ has entered into an agreement to acquire fellow Microsoft partner Wardy IT Solutions in a $7.5 million deal.
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