Apple posts small year-over-year growth in its first coronavirus-impacted quarter.
Ingram Micro is gearing up for a year of cloud growth in Asia Pacific following the appointment of Lee Welch as regional leader.
Reseller News is calling on the industry to help celebrate young technology talent in New Zealand, through entering the upcoming 30 Under 30 Tech Awards, with nominations extended to 6 May.
Spending on IT is expected to decline by roughly 2.7 per cent this year due to the economic impact of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but some verticals are likely to be harder hit than others.
Online technology and electronics retailer Kogan has revealed that certain products sold by the company in New Zealand were temporarily suspended for short periods due to COVID-19-related government policy changes.
With many countries closing their borders and imposing self-isolation measures amid the coronavirus pandemic, many supply chains immediately slowed to a crawl. How this will affect the future of supply chains, however, is not so clear cut.
IDG has announced the launch of Covid-19 Central, a centralised resource designed to help partners access informative and educational content in relation to the pandemic.
Reseller News is bringing its 30 Under 30 Tech Awards back in 2020 as part of the first ever virtual Emerging Leaders Forum, designed to showcase the brightest young technology minds in New Zealand.
All the appointments, departures and leadership shuffles in the local IT landscape during the March quarter.
But the forecast drop in tech budgets may be less than initially feared as companies race to accelerate spending to support employees that now have to work from home.
As with businesses in just about every industry vertical, distributors are facing unprecedented conditions within which to operate, but the disruptions haven’t stopped those in the local market from keeping things moving for partners.
Distributors across the region are activating their business continuity plans, declaring they’re open for business, keeping supplies up to meet demand and reassuring partners of minimal disruption.
JB Hi-Fi has temporarily closed all 14 of its New Zealand stores, a move made in response to the New Zealand government’s introduction of alert level four restrictions.
Platinum Equity, the private equity firm that owns both Winc and OfficeMax New Zealand, has been "aggressively revamping" its operations model across both markets.
Ingram Micro plans to vigorously contest the decision handed down by the French Competition Authority that came with a €63 million fine as part of an anti-competitive behaviour case involving Apple.
Apple is closing all retail stores outside of China for two weeks and letting Apple Card holders skip March payments.
France’s competition watchdog has fined Apple 1.1 billion euros, saying it was guilty of anti-competitive behaviour towards its distribution and retail network.
Smartphone sales in New Zealand rose over the fourth quarter by 10 per cent year-on-year, while global sales fell by 0.4 per cent.
The PC market is expected to take a hit by the end of 2020 with shipments forecast to decline by nine per cent year-on-year, partly due to the spread of coronavirus.
Global smartphone shipment growth in the final quarter of 2019 marks a new cyclical era for the mobile market, according to research firm Canalys.
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