Wave of new partners challenge the status quo with leading cloud and mobility solutions.
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65 finalists prepare to battle it out in 19 awards, across seven segments for one prize - the 2015 Microsoft New Zealand Partner Award.
Industry expert Brendan Ritchie, CEO, DTS says recent changes to the telecommunications landscape have reduced margins on almost every product/service that the average ISP/Telco sells.
Ongoing market transition from a primarily hardware-based technology to one impacted by the growing interest in software-based solutions and video subscription services.
Four days out from the awards ceremony in Auckland, 65 finalists prepare to battle it out in 19 awards, across seven segments for one prize - the 2015 Microsoft New Zealand Partner Award.
The acquisition of Aruba Networks in HP's networking business, if managed properly, could be a key strategic move for the struggling tech giant.
After a year of high profile hacks and security breaches overseas, it’s fast becoming fast apparent that Australia’s security market is woefully unprepared for the threats that lie in wait. What do we need to do to get up to speed?
"The Ethernet switch market continues to be a story of the ascendance of greater speeds and feeds, namely 10Gb and 40Gb Ethernet."
New Zealand-based provider of cloud communications Conversant has now established a direct presence in Australia...
“With virtualisation adoption and cloud adoption becoming the standard across all of Asia, the timing for Zerto to enter the market could not be better."
Alvaro Celis, Vice President, Microsoft Asia Pacific, gives his take on the technology trends set to shake up 2015 across the region.
Kevin Bloch, Chief Technology Officer, Cisco Australia and New Zealand delivers his top 10 ICT trends in 2015.
While last year, IT security was all about the ‘breach” with one attack after another, when it comes to the New Zealand market, 2015 will be a case of more of the same.
Andy Miller, Country Manager for New Zealand at Brocade, outlines his predictions below on what technology trends we should watch for in 2015...
As the Kiwi market shifts towards hosted and cloud-based solutions, traditional vendors will face competition from a new breed of cloud-based players.
Perhaps the best feature? Microsoft says it's solved the pain and friction of simply joining a videoconference.
“Flat sales of videoconferencing equipment are masking several underlying market trends."
Strategic partnership designed to improve infrastructure, experience and tools available to contact centres across Australia and New Zealand.
Businesses still not seeing true benefit due to limited access and stigmas attached to video conferencing.
"The change in forecast is less dramatic than it might at first seem,” says John-David Lovelock, research vice president, Gartner.
Subscription services – in which a customer gains access to a product or service on an ongoing basis in exchange for a monthly fee – are exploding in popularity across both consumers and enterprise customers.. Read more