New Zealanders are taking unnecessary risks online, according to the results of a newly released survey by AVG and NetSafe.
Stories by Vera Alves
New Zealand-based Revera has moved into the hybrid cloud by signing up with VMware’s service provider programme (VSSP), launched in October last year.
Business application software provider Infor has signed a reseller partnership agreement with KernMobile, a tran-Tasman company providing work management systems for organisations with mobile workforces.
He is only five months into his new job but Vaughan Nankivell is excited to be back in the distributors arena in his role as Simms’ general manager for corporate and enterprise, looking after customers and educating them about products and how they can help their business.
The shape of the unified communications landscape is changing locally and resellers can benefit from the opportunities they will be presented with, says Audrey William, Frost & Sullivan’s research director for ICT Practice in Australia and New Zealand.
Adobe says it grew business here last year and is expecting continued growth in 2011.
IT solutions provider Datasouth, which went into liquidation on March 31, owes millions of dollars to more than 80 potential creditors according to a preliminary report by the company's appointed liquidators.
Trend Micro has announced the launch of its Prospect Leads programme for the company's small business solutions.
The Serious Fraud Office has confirmed that it is investigating Datasouth Finance Limited (DFL), part of the Datasouth Group.
When Kevin Swainson immigrated to New Zealand from the UK 22 years ago, he could never imagine how involved in the IT industry he would be today.
New Zealand-based mobile resource management company Imarda has received a follow-on order worth US$3.5 million from a “large publicly listed, US freight services company”.
Robert Elcombe moved from England to New Zealand three years ago. Like many other migrants, he came looking for a quieter lifestyle, with some part-time work and free time to enjoy the outdoors.
For Vaughan Rowsell, it wasn’t enough to build a completely new cloud-based solution for New Zealand retailers. If he was going to ask retailers to trust his business, he would have to “walk the walk”. So Rowsell built his online cloud-based POS system, Vend, and manages it solely through the cloud.
Web security provider Blue Coat has introduced the new Cloud Partner Programme, an internet-delivered service for its reseller community.
Distribution Central has big plans for New Zealand and business is already tracking well, with “the best months yet to come”, says sales and marketing director Nick Verykios.