Storage software vendor Scality has significantly expanded its presence in the APAC and EMEA regions through a raft of new hires.
Dicker Data has cracked A$2 billion in annual revenue for the first time, despite a year of challenges thrown up by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The government sector is on track to be a good hunting ground this year for partners looking to boost business according to Gartner.
If M1 Macs are performing too many writes on the SSD, that could lead to drive problems down the road.
Andrew Assad has vacated his role as general manager of Australia and New Zealand at Arrow, exiting the distributor after almost 16 years of service.
Neels du Plooy has vacated his role as channel director across A/NZ at VMware, exiting the software vendor after almost nine years.
Vast Data is set to kick off a partner recruitment drive in the local market as former Veritas Australia and New Zealand managing director Howard Fyffe takes the reins as the company’s new A/NZ lead.
Dell Technologies has further asserted authority over its subsidiary brands as it allows partners to transact VMware deals through its own updated partner program.
VMware has retained Westcon-Comstor as a distributor in New Zealand, maintaining the status quo following a 16-month review process severely impacted by Covid-19.
Pure Storage's channel chief for Australia and New Zealand has called for a reality check in the consumption market as more vendors tout their as-a-service offerings.
As organisations shifted to home-based work, certifying bodies saw the biggest increase in entry-level networking certifications.
Gartner projects worldwide IT spending will total $3.9 trillion in 2021, representing an increase of 6.2 per cent compared to 2020.
The enterprise infrastructure needed to support the 'new normal' will depend on the Internet of Things, digital twins, and immersive reality.
Two weeks into 2021 and the merger and acquisition (M&A) frenzy of last year already shows little sign of waning in Australia and New Zealand.
Many businesses are investing heavily in digital transformation, gearing up their cultures to deliver more capabilities aligned to customer needs.
Cloud storage vendor Dropbox is to cull 11 per cent of its global workforce in order to “create a healthy and thriving business” for 2021.
Intel has unveiled plans to bring on current VMware leader Pat Gelsinger as new CEO, replacing Bob Swan in a significant statement of market intent.
Covid-19 has pushed global cloud spend up even further, as companies look to modernise at a faster clip in response to more remote working.
Cisco has appointed Dave West as new president of Asia Pacific, Japan and Greater China, replacing Miyuki Suzuki who is retiring.
Edge computing is flagged as a key networking technology for 2021 as well as open radio-access framework, according to Deloitte.
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