Locally owned Hosting and Data Services has hooked ia big Australian fish.
Stories by Kate Palmer
A global shortage of hard drive servers and warnings of delays in supply is forcing New Zealand distributors to act quickly to ensure their customers aren’t affected.
BRINGING with her a strong background in a channel organisation, Joanne Healey is excited about her new role at HP.
A LOCAL technology consultancy has scored a coup by partnering with a British software company.
PREDICTED by analysts to be the next big thing, radio frequency identification (RFID) will soon replace barcodes and spawn nume-rous software applications and integration services.
ADDING to its range of 10GbE network infrastructure products, Foundry Networks hopes to topple its competitors with its SuperX family.
ADDING another string to its bow, Gen-i’s Australian subsidiary has attained Microsoft Gold accreditation, much to the delight of its CEO. Tim Ward says one of his targets for the year was to expand beyond Citrix into the Microsoft arena.
ENTERPRISE software developer BEA is putting more resources into its partner programme.
ON Tuesday March 7, 2006 around 600,000 people are estimated to complete their census form online.
ANALYSTS predict there will be a broadband boom this year but one warns it won’t all be clear skies.
WITH the ink on the contract dried, ownership of Geeks Direct has passed on to Goodex Trading Company.
FRESH from meeting with BenQ executives in Sydney, New Zealand country manager Rick Jansen says he’s now in a position to focus on establishing a market.
THIS year’s analysts predictions are out and point towards a rise in IT spending.
INFINITY Solutions is taking its meat processing software to the international market.
BENQ, one of the world’s fas-test growing technology brands, has landed in New Zealand with formerTech Pacific consumer division manager Rick Jansen at the helm.