Three years since Cisco’s high-profile billion-dollar acquisition of Meraki, the New Zealand channel now stands to reap the rewards of a strong Cloud networking portfolio.
A/NZ partners can now directly target the mid-market space, with Unified Communications provider Virsae rolling out VSM Express, a service management system designed for small and medium businesses.
Adhering to strong market demand nationwide, New Zealand backup provider Plan B has ramped up its offerings as a Veeam Cloud Connect Partner, calling on Kiwi resellers to extend the privileges to customers across the country.
Matt Miller, Director, Field Systems Engineering A/NZ, F5 Networks explains not only that New Zealand organisations are moving to the cloud, but crucially, how and why…
The 87th Academy Awards may have just passed, but in New Zealand, awards season fever is well and truly underway as the industry awaits the 2015 Microsoft Partner Awards.
Geoff Lawrie, Country Manager, Cisco New Zealand outlines the vendor's bold plans for market domination in 2015, offering an expert insight into the complex nature of connectivity.
Former Homeland Security and NSA consultant Steve Miller discusses the new threats in the market, nation state actors and the sophistication of criminal entities now targeting Australian businesses and government departments.
Outgoing Spark Home, Mobile & Business CEO Chris Quin insists his priorities lie with helping his successor Jason Paris, as he begins his final six months at Spark New Zealand.
“I’m looking forward to working with the company’s strategic partners to achieve our goal of becoming the leader of Unified Communications in New Zealand."
“The Commission needs to grow a pair or move over for an organisation that will act on behalf of hard working Kiwis, not the corporate giants.”
During an exclusive interview with Reseller News, Brocade reaffirms its commitment to New Zealand partners.
"A high capacity, open access international cable would make this country an even more desirable place to invest and do business."
“We’re not trying to be everything to everybody,” says Oliver Smith, Head of Bigpipe, talking to Computerworld New Zealand.
Spark Ventures creates, supports and develops a portfolio of businesses that could look apparently different from each other. In this interview, CEO Rod Snodgrass clarifies the ways in which ideas are built and killed in the unit, while explaining the underlying focus to be the long-term wealth of the group.
Spark is not just about a name change to a 27-year old company that has become synonymous with connectivity in NZ, or the slightly confouding primetime TV ads that have been airing since Friday last week. According to Tim Miles, CEO of Spark Digital (formerly Gen-I), the brand change is reflective of deep internal changes that the firm has invested in to take its customers on a digital journey, and to ensure that it is ready for future challenges.
Tony Baird, head of networks at Vodafone NZ paints a picture of how the provider's services could improve in the future, and the ways in which the company is working to improve telecommunications skill levels in NZ.
Juniper's new managing director sits down with ARN to discuss the path forward for the Australian arm of one of the largest networking companies in the world.
ARN took some one-on-one time with the high profile CEO to discuss his vision of where he wants to take the company in 2014, and how it will compete with key rivals.
In the second part of the interview, Geoff Lawrie, NZ country manager at Cisco Systems, talks to Reseller News NZ on how the Internet of Things can improve productivity across important sectors in the country, and thereby assist with economic growth.
In the first part of an interview, Geoff Lawrie, NZ country manager at Cisco Systems, talks to Reseller News NZ on how the Internet of Things is the next big thing for the company in New Zealand.