Expedia may be one of the largest travel companies in the world, with websites in numerous countries and regions, but it still relies on a reseller network.
Stories by Patrick Budmar
Nimble Storage currently does not use a local distributor in Australia, but APAC VP, Peter O’Connor expects that tol change in "due course."
Polycom is extending its RealPresence platform by introducing the CloudAXIS suite, which allows contacts from other communication products to be brought into a unified environment.
Lenovo ANZ is adjusting its Partner Rebate Programme to enabled contracted partners to receive a rebate for every first dollar spent.
Melbourne IT has entered into a distribution partnership with Akamai Technologies.
Businesses in the Australian market look for quality instead of cheap printing, according to Oki Data Australia managing director, Dennie Kawahara.
Working during a holiday may seem like an unpleasant prospect but 42 per cent of Australian employees are apparently doing so.
Long term users tend to go for hybrid software solutions while new adopters go directly to the Cloud.
Cloud is going through an evolution from customers having a look to getting serious about it.
In 2012, Lenovo noticed an increasing popularity of the Ultrabook category within the market.
After being announced in the US earlier this year, Symantec’s Backup Exec 3600 makes its way down to Australia.
Students at Birralee Primary School recently had the opportunity to learn about the importance of staying safe online.
The Cloud is here and now, but what's in store for it in the future?
LG is one step closer in challenging the domination of dedicated video game consoles with the introduction of its new Smart TV game portal, Game World.
Security vendor, Symantec, finds that online attacks are becoming more targeted and intricate as volumes go down
Go Wireless NZ Ltd, a value-added distributor of wireless networking and IoT (Internet of Things) solutions in New Zealand and the South Pacific since 2006; today announced a new vendor partnership with US-based Soundvision Technologies, a future-focused manufacturer of cutting-edge smart speakers and multi-zone amplifiers and parent company of TruAudio and VSSL.