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ONCE again Express Data has made it into the ranks of New Zealand’s best places to work.
After a year-long absence Warwick Grey has re-entered the channel to take up the SME segment marketing manager position at HP.
Express Data’s dumping of Check Point was unexpected, however the vendor’s Australian distributor Lan Systems says it’s ready to start transacting with New Zealand.
Network security access control specialist Infoexpress is using distributor Intechnology to stamp a footprint in the Australasian market.
RENAISSANCE’S Apple division is moving into the backup and restore arena having just signed a distribution agreement with data protection specialist Bakbone.
Having said the channel is crucial to its success, Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) is putting its money where its mouth is and ramping up its channel team.
Yesterday backup specialist Exabyte signed Ingram Micro as its second New Zealand distributor, alongside T-Data.
Last week security vendor Check Point appointed Lan Systems its sole Australian distributor — effectively dumping Express Data.
Business software specialist Sage CRM is planning a regional tour of New Zealand next month as it looks to recruit resellers.
Yet another Australian distributor is poised to open its doors here.
Craig Stoddart looks set to replace Alister Dias as EMC country manager.
Information management and storage specialist EMC has unveiled its Insignia range, a combination of hardware and software designed for small to medium enterprises (SMEs).
Following a $2 million cash injection from venture capitalist TMT, Enprise Solutions has acquired fellow software developer EMS Cortex.
Henka no Tosha — Japanese for ‘year of change’ — is the motto Connect NZ has adopted to best describe the year ahead.