Amazon Web Services (AWS) has revealed its top performing partners across Australia and New Zealand who helped customers build solutions and drive innovation on the AWS Cloud.
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Enterprise storage solutions vendor Infinidat has extended its deal with Exclusive Networks to cover Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ).
Social media giant Facebook has filed a lawsuit in the US Federal Court against an unnamed New Zealand company and three people.
New Zealand spending on IT products and services is expected to increase 2.2 per cent reaching $13.7 billion in 2019, according to Gartner's revised forecast.
A total of 66 Australian and New Zealand (A/NZ) partners have joined the partner program of DocuSign, the electronic signature solutions provider.
Power management vendor Eaton has awarded its Australian and New Zealand Power Advantage partners during the inaugural LeverEDGE conference held in Sydney.
US-headquartered cyber security vendor Imperva has launched its partner program to Australia and New Zealand channel.
NetSuite has unveiled SuiteLife, a new program to enable new partners to sell and deliver NetSuite solutions to customers in 90 days.
Cisco customers using Small Business RV320 and RV325 who updated the online management interface for the dual gigabit WAN VPN routers in January will need to update it again.
AT&T has been providing a whole suite of solutions to help the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Formula 1 teams across the world make better use of data.
Datto has launched a program to provide support and resources for vendors that want to integrate their solutions with the back-up and disaster recovery vendor.
IT management software solutions vendor Ivanti has appointed Matthew Lowe as area vice president for Australia and New Zealand.
Dell Boomi wants to leverage its relationship with its parent company, Dell Technologies, in a way it promises will benefit partners.
Bitdefender has increased its investment in A/NZ following the acquisition of SMS eTech, an Australian company focused on the vendor's solutions.
Australian-founded software powerhouse Atlassian has entered into an agreement to acquire enterprise agile planning software provider AgileCraft in a deal valued at US$166 million.
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