The National Party, the Green Party and NZ First fronted up to outline their respective ICT policies at a debate in Auckland on Thursday evening.
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Just how forgetful must Google be when applying the "right to be forgotten" created by a 2014 European Union court ruling?
Australian-born start-up Adopt & Embrace enters NZ market, with the consultancy specialists targeting Kiwi partners within the Microsoft channel.
Tech Data’s Technology Solutions business vice president and general manager for Australia and New Zealand, Darren Adams, is leaving the business.
NEXTGEN has acquired Sydney-based digital creative agency Bang, as the distributor expands its capabilities across the wider channel.
Changing face of the channel prompts new partner categories
Findings set to uncover end-user buying behaviour, partner priorities and vendor alignment
Tech giant brings together partner-focused teams into one organisation, under the newly created One Commercial Partner division.
From the height of popularity to plummeting share prices, a trip down memory lane highlights the ever changing nature of the ICT industry.
Reseller News honoured the leading front runners of the New Zealand channel as the 2017 Women in ICT Awards (WIICTA) created new memories in Auckland.
Google has abused its dominant position in the search engine market to illegally promoted its comparison shopping service.
McDonald’s has deployed augmented reality technology across New Zealand, partnering with QuiverVision to bring a new twist to Happy Meals.
Tech giant thinks enterprise customers have wrong idea about asset management investigations its partners tout as a way to save money on software licensing.
The channel came together for another round of After Hours, with a bumper crowd of distributors, vendors and partners descending on The Jefferson in Auckland. Photos by Maria Stefina.
Research examining the state of the IT channel across A/NZ is now underway, with findings set to be unveiled at EDGE 2017.
Industry unites to celebrate gender diversity and recognise female excellence across New Zealand.
Flagship destination channel conference brings together 250 leaders from partners, vendors and distributors.
Veritas honoured its top performing partners across the channel in Australia and New Zealand, recognising innovation and excellence on both sides of the Tasman. Revealed under the Vivid lights in Sydney, Intalock claimed the coveted Partner of the Year 2017 (Pacific) award, with Data#3 acknowledged for 12 months of strong growth across the market. Meanwhile, Datacom took home the New Zealand honours, with Global Storage and Insentra winning service provider and consulting awards respectively. Dicker Data was recognised as the standout distributor of the year, while Hitachi Data Systems claimed the alliance partner award. Photos by Bob Seary.
Non-traditional vendors and partners have established a beachhead in the market, threatening the status quo of the ecosystem.
Consegna comes to town with refreshed cloud approach.
This partnership will give Synnex New Zealand’s existing customer base access to Delta’s highly reliable and efficient power management products and datacentre infrastructure solutions. . Read more