Dion Weisler has unveiled plans to exit as CEO of HP, returning home to Australia due to a “family health matter”.
Partners, vendors and distributors reconnected during a number of social gatherings during EDGE 2019. The first evening saw the channel congregate for a welcome party at the Hamilton Island yacht club, while the main poolside proved to be the perfect stop for a barbecue on the final night.
The Instillery and Origin have unveiled plans to merge businesses to create a tech provider capable of challenging tier-1 incumbents in New Zealand.
Ingram Micro outlined the key technologies for future channel growth on the second day of Ingram Micro One APAC in Singapore, in front of more than 1300 business leaders.
More than 1300 business leaders from across Asia Pacific came together for the second running of Ingram Micro One APAC in Singapore.
Microsoft has rescinded plans to stop providing partners with internal use rights on products, following global uproar from the channel ecosystem.
Accessories vendor Targus has expanded its channel presence in New Zealand by adding Dicker Data to its distribution portfolio.
Auckland based First Software’s N2 ERP has gone live at mobile phone repair and accessory store chain Omni Tech.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group is launching the first Alibaba E-Commerce Expo in Auckland and the creation of a local team based in New Zealand.
Nick Verykios has revealed plans to vacate his role as managing director of Arrow ECS ANZ, following more than 15 years running the distributor.
Dell Technologies has honoured leading partners across Asia Pacific and Japan, following a year of growth through the channel.
Dell Technologies and Microsoft have unveiled an expanded in-market partnership with VMware acting as an anchor point across cloud and digital technologies.
Dell Technologies is moving ahead with plans to unite multiple solutions and services under one channel roof, bringing together a vast technology portfolio in a cross-sell partner play.
Spending on security related hardware, software, and services will reach US$16 billion in 2019 across Asia Pacific, representing growth of 20 per cent.
Spark has been fined $675,000 for making false or misleading representations in its customer invoicing, and when making a $100 credit offer to new customers.
Three female leaders have assumed positions of power within the technology industry in 2019, following executive changes at Microsoft, Spark and IBM in New Zealand.
Infratil has a conditional buyer for Snapper, its Wellington integrated public transport and retail payment card business.
Air New Zealand has teamed with Moog, Microsoft and ST Engineering on what it claims to be a world-first experiment to transform aerospace supply chains.
Microsoft largely stopped distributing the October 2018 Update in March, apparently deciding to simply skip one feature upgrade to solve the problem of two on a collision course.
From Nike and Under Armour to Lands' End and Levi Strauss & Co, major brands are distributing clothing and accessories directly through Amazon.com.
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