Executives at SAP ANZ are on a high after the company reported 20% revenue growth for 2005.
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Ingram Micro’s team for the Cure Kids Great Adventure Race is talking up a storm in the hope of outwitting other technology teams on the day.
Ambient Design has released version 2.0 of its wildly popular paint graphics tool ArtRage.
Distributor Morning Star has celebrated its tenth anniversary with a move to spacious new premises.
Storage specialist Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) has set up shop in New Zealand for the first time and appointed a country manager.
Information management and storage specialist EMC has extended its Velocity partner programme to include a SME division and unveiled a new range aimed at this market.
With only nine-weeks to go until the Cure Kids Great Adventure Race, channellers around the country are busy preparing for the annual event.
PC maker Lenovo will launch its channel partner programme next month in a break away from IBM’s Partnerworld.
New Zealand and Australia are lagging behind Europe and North America in the adoption of open source software (OSS), according to a report from research firm Forrester. However, local OSS experts believe Forrester’s figures understate the true picture.
Notebook sales overtook desktop PC sales for the first time in New Zealand during the third quarter of 2005. Total PC shipments increased by 20% on the previous year. And a good chunk of that business went through the channel.
Australian resellers will soon have access to Nokia’s mobile email service but New Zealand has longer to wait.
Adoption of open source software is slow in the Australasian region according to a report from analyst firm Forrester.
Newly rebranded IT infrastructure and storage reseller Revera (formerly Hosting and Datacentre Services) has appointed Dave Adams as business development manager.
’TIS the season of goodwill. With that in mind Reseller News gave distributors the opportunity to share the highs and lows of their year and hot picks for 2006.
LAN Systems has beefed up its security portfolio with the addition of hard drive encryption manufacturer Eracom.