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  • In pictures: Microsoft honours the NZ channel at partner awards

    In pictures: Microsoft honours the NZ channel at partner awards

    Microsoft NZ honoured its channel community at the 2013 Partner Awards that took place last evening in Auckland's Langham Hotel. A total of 22 awards were given out across four main categories including Cloud, Competency, Individual and Segment. Partners with strong Cloud solutions and projects dominated the event, including SoftSource, which picked up three awards, and Gen-i and IT Engine, which collected two awards each.Speaking at the event, Paul Muckleston, MD of Microsoft NZ, promised two Azure data centres in Australia soon for partners to tap into and provide computing power to their customers.

    In pictures: Microsoft honours the NZ channel at partner awards
  • IN PICTURES: Reseller News private Cloud roundtable

    IN PICTURES: Reseller News private Cloud roundtable

    Reseller News and NewLease brought key service providers of the New Zealand market together to discuss the current state and future adoption of private Cloud in the country.

    IN PICTURES: Reseller News private Cloud roundtable
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  • Top tech: The forecast for 2011

    Determining the importance of trends in IT technology is a bit like the Indian fable of the blind men and the elephant. Each of the men senses a part of the animal and draws a conclusion as to what it must be; all of their conclusions are different, and all are wrong, because they can only feel what is closest to them.

  • Virtualisation: from server and desktop to the network

    Virtualisation lies at the heart of the current evolution of IT infrastructure. Server virtualisation has been demonstrated to provide efficiency and to cut costs in the datacentre. Desktop virtualisation is beginning to change the way in which companies deploy services to users. Both have been evolving rapidly as cloud computing continues to advance and as security, management and deployment issues are addressed.