New Zealand's former prime minister has denied writing an article attributed to her by the official newspaper of China's ruling communist party.
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A memorial service for the late Rod Lappin will be held on Friday 1 March in Sydney, providing the industry with an opportunity to honour his legacy.
Ingram Micro has launched an online lease hub with FlexiGroup, designed to provide competitive leasing quotes to more than 3000 partners nationwide.
Transformation initiatives have set ASX-listed CSG on the road to net profit growth of 140 per cent to $1.2 million for the first half of 2019 financial year, ending 31 December.
Current CCL CEO Andrew Allan will lead the new business, Revera CEO Robin Cockayne will move to another role within Spark
Ingram Micro has signed a distribution agreement with Roambee in New Zealand, an IoT provider specialising in supply chain and logistics.
A host of leading vendors and customers came together to celebrate the birthday of Lancom Technology in New Zealand, as the technology provider turned 30.
Spark’s revenue fell $7 million year-on-year to $1.75 billion for the six months ended 31 December, as legacy voice and managed data continued to decline.
New Zealand will independently assess the risk of using China's Huawei Technologies in 5G networks, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has revealed.
IBM partners are gearing up for a year of increased enablement, support and joint customer opportunities, as part of deepened channel plans across A/NZ.
In looking back over 30 years of channel history in New Zealand, specialist training provider Auldhouse has experienced a series of major life changes.
New Zealand plans to update its laws so it can tax revenue earned by multi-national digital firms such as Google, Facebook and Amazon.
Auckland Council is moving ahead with a large multi-cloud procurement but keeping the expected cost of the project confidential.
The technology industry has united in grief following the sudden passing of Roderick Lappin, with warm words of remembrance flooding in from across the world.
Service provider spending on technology is forecast to reach US$426 billion by 2022, as momentum for subscription payments gathers pace.
New Zealand Cricket has engaged Qrious to deliver data driven insights ahead of the upcoming 2019 Cricket World Cup, designed to improve performance analysis.
The next phase of the cloud landscape will be hybrid, driven by mission critical applications and underpinned by trust and responsible stewardship.
The Ministry of Health has awarded the contract to build the IT system for the National Bowel Screening Programme to Deloitte, leveraging Salesforce technology.
SAP has beaten two other software-as-a-service providers to win a Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment tender for replacement payroll software.
Three ISVs have joined forces to create Channel Collective, targeting value-added resellers, service providers, vendors and distributors.
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