Datacom has pledged to hire more than 2,000 Australian residents who have been stood down from their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Victoria-based Uniqmac Technologies has signed a distribution agreement with Taiwanese vendor QSAN in Australia and New Zealand.
Software giant SAP has extended a hand to partners struggling to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic.
Cisco has vowed to double its investments in Australia and New Zealand's small- to medium-sized business partners in 2020.
Okta has put partner training and accreditation at the centre of its latest program revamp.
Technology vendors and their channel partners are sitting on the precipice of a 2 per cent economic contraction in 2020 -- and that’s the best case scenario.
Microsoft has reported a huge spike in usage of its collaboration tool Teams as countries around the world enforce social distancing measures.
Microsoft has made a major leap into the 5G telecommunications space with the acquisition of U.S. start-up Affirmed Networks for an undisclosed sum.
The COVID-19 pandemic could be IT channel’s moment of reckoning that finally distinguishes high-performing partners from their struggling rivals.
Distributor giant Tech Data has appealed a landmark fine from France’s antitrust authority related to the sale of Apple products.
Cohesity has continued its Asia Pacific and Japan leadership reshuffle, tapping 28-year IT veteran Les Mansour to lead its regional channel.
CyberArk has unveiled its new head of Australia and New Zealand following the departure of Matthew Brazier earlier this year.
Rubrik is on the look-out for a new head of Australia and New Zealand as Luke McGoldrick moves into a new role.
SAP is to embark on a mammoth, multi-year transformation of its 14-year old partner program that will see it move away from its traditional tiering model.
NetApp has acquired software-defined storage service provider Talon for an undisclosed amount.
The storied Toshiba laptop brand relaunched globally as Dynabook last year. Kickstarting 2020, the channel-centric vendor has been offering partners a $50 incentive per notebook sold.