The move means that Fortinet’s Next Generation security solutions will now be distributed in both Australia and New Zealand by Ingram Micro and Exclusive Networks.
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Intel Security has been formally integrated into Intel operations under the leadership of general manager, Chris Young, spelling the end for the independent McAfee division it acquired in 2010.
My Net Fone has successfully completed a significantly oversubscribed $15 million equity placement to fund growth initiatives.
High performance PC hardware and computer peripherals and hardware, Corsair, has appointed Synnex as its second A/NZ distie.
SAP has appointed Jim Fisher to the position of Chief Operating Officer (COO) for SAP Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ).
Leading distributor, Ingram Micro, has won the Zebra Technologies’ Award of Excellence for the Asia-Pacific region at the annual global Zebra conference held recently in Las Vegas.
Ingram Micro kicked off its annual event, IM Experience, at Fraser’s King Park in Perth on May 14 with a strong roll-up of 40 vendor sponsors and 200 attendees.
A year ago over the space of one month, ARN publisher and president, Susan Searle, had requests from three A/NZ marketing managers to host a destination conference for the trans-Tasman channel.
WhiteGold Solutions is officially no more. The unified value distributor passed into channel history on March 16 when the company officially became Exclusive Networks Australia, the result of the 70 per cent takeover by the French giant on August 31, last year.
The SAP Partner Kick-Off Meeting, Melbourne leg, was held on Tuesday. The event gave partners a chance to gain strategic insight into SAP’s 2015 business strategy. Attendees could see the some of company's latest solutions, hear about its Cloud and Platform opportunities, and connect with SAP executives and colleagues from all segments of the SAP sales, services, marketing, and field support teams. They could also learn about its new programs, incentives, sales rewards and engagement models. The final leg will be held in Canberra on March 18, from 9am-3pm. Here are some of the highlights from the Melbourne event.
Nextgen Distribution took to Centennial Park in the heart of Sydney for a party to thank, together with its vendor partners Oracle, Nimble Storage, Violin Memory and CommVault, all of the people who have done business with the company and supported it over the past year. The rain stayed away,and there was Pop Up Bar to ensure everybody was well refreshed. In fact, it was impossible not to have a good time. Photos by IAN SHARP.
Cloud-based IT management software provider, Kaseya, has announced the availability of Release 9 of its product portfolio which includes kaseya's new private Cloud infrastructure.
Despite Gartner predicting 25 billion devices will be connected by the Internet of Things (IoT) by 2020, software developer, Readify, claims there are hurdles to overcome at board and executive levels.
With cybercriminals growing in confidence, Kaspersky Lab anticipates that the coming year will see attacks move beyond just targeting users of banking services, widely seen as the weak link in the security chain, and grow towards higher-stakes targeted cyber-attacks hitting the banks themselves.
2014 has been a tumultuous year for the APAC region, according to analyst company, Canalys. The slowing Chinese economy, a coup in Thailand, protests disrupting Hong Kong and tensions between South East Asian countries have contributed to an unsettled business environment.
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