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Nick Verykios sets Arrow exit date

Nick Verykios has revealed plans to vacate his role as managing director of Arrow ECS ANZ, following more than 15 years running the distributor.

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  • Tech credentials on show during Ingram Micro One APAC

    Tech credentials on show during Ingram Micro One APAC

    Ingram Micro outlined the key technologies for future channel growth on the second day of Ingram Micro One APAC in Singapore, in front of more than 1300 business leaders.

    Tech credentials on show during Ingram Micro One APAC
  • Securing the cloud amid a vanishing perimeter in NZ

    Securing the cloud amid a vanishing perimeter in NZ

    This exclusive Reseller News Roundtable, in association with Symantec and Westcon-Comstor, outlined how partners can assume trusted advisor status in a cloud-centric market, assessing the key areas of opportunity alongside best practice security methods in New Zealand.

    Securing the cloud amid a vanishing perimeter in NZ
  • Bumper channel crowd kicks off first After Hours of 2019

    Bumper channel crowd kicks off first After Hours of 2019

    After Hours made a welcome return to the channel social calendar with a bumper crowd of partners, distributors and vendors descending on The Jefferson in Auckland to kick-start 2019.

    Bumper channel crowd kicks off first After Hours of 2019
  • Tech industry comes out in force as Lancom turns 30

    Tech industry comes out in force as Lancom turns 30

    A host of leading vendors and customers came together to celebrate the birthday of Lancom Technology in New Zealand, as the technology provider turned 30.

    Tech industry comes out in force as Lancom turns 30

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  • Windows 8.1: New version, same mess

    Windows 8.1 follows Windows 8 in typical Microsoft "version 2.0" fashion, changing a bit of eye candy and dangling several worthwhile improvements -- but hardly solving the underlying problem. Touch-loving tablet users are still saddled with a touch-hostile Windows desktop, while point-and-clickers who live and breathe the Windows desktop still can't make Metro go away.