Chinese telecom equipment maker, ZTE, is making a push into the Australian enterprise space via the channel, inking an exclusive partnership deal with Nextgen Distribution.
Jordan Carter is appointed chief executive at InternetNZ, a role he has held in acting capacity following the resignation of Vikram Kumar.
Gartner has lowered its expectations for growth this year in global IT spending, saying it will rise 2 per cent to $US3.7 trillion. Earlier this year, the analyst firm predicted 2013 growth of 4.1 per cent.
IT and communications managed services provider, Gen-i, has transferred ownership of Salesforce.com implementation specialist, Davanti Consulting’s Australian business to the Customer Experience Company (CEC).
Telecommunications provider, Optus Business, has announced its integration with IT services arm, Alphawest, to create a single ICT organisation with intent to serve the end-to-end needs of the Australian business and government market.
Digital marketing and media solutions vendor, [[xref:http://www.arnnet.com.au/tag/adobe|Adobe|All on Adobe]], is pursuing greater penetration in the enterprise market with its Marketing Cloud solution through a new partnership with Stonebridge Systems.
Unified Communications provider Polycom will work with telcos to bring video-as-a-service to market in New Zealand.
How often do you go to make a call on your cell phone and you're stymied by a bad connection?
New entrant mobile operator Black + White is confident its wholesale agreement with Vodafone won’t suffer the same fate as TelstraClea's agency agreement. In July last year, Vodafone assumed direct control of all 30,000 mobile customers who had bought services through TelstraClear under the agency agreement that expired on June 30, 2007.
Steve Jobs unveiled the highly anticipated iPhone during his opening keynote speech at the annual Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco.
LG Electronics has signed a deal German lens maker Jos. Schneider Optische Werke (Schneider-Kreuznach) under which the two companies will collaborate on optics for the cameras in cell phones.
Australian telecommunication companies are again lagging behind the rest of the world by not offering voice, data and video triple play bundles, according to industry analysts.
The number of BlackBerry account holders reached 6.2 million at the beginning of September as Research In Motion reported revenue up 34 percent -- but market researcher IDC said trouble may lie ahead for the company.
As smart phones and PDAs become increasingly popular, so too do malicious attacks aimed at the devices. According to Aston Jones, customer relationship manager at Scientific Software Systems (SSS), more than 300 known viruses are today targeting smart phones.
Vodafone recognised three IT resellers at the inaugural Dexter awards — a ceremony it says rewards the sales performance, innovation and commitment of its business channel.
Telco CallPlus has formed a new company, Blue Reach, to build its wireless network as it prepares to roll out a nationwide WiMAX voice and broadband service. CallPlus has formed the separate entity with a view to wholesaling the service to other carriers once the network is established. The voice and broadband service will initially target Whangarei consumers later this year, with plans to go nationwide in 2007. “This rollout will be the largest of its kind in New Zealand and will be the first to offer consumers a WiMAX voice and high speed broadband service,” says newly-appointed Blue Reach general manager Graham Walmsley.
The dispersal of storage environments poses a significant challenge for the modern organisation. A report recently found that 79 per cent of companies store sensitive data in the cloud, use up to 41 cloud services each, and these services are not necessarily vetted by the IT unit. This means that the environment is not simply lacking cohesion, but poses a security risk with many open vectors for attack.. Read more