Atos’ proposed US$10 billion acquisition of DXC Technology could mean good things for the France-based technology giant in the long run — but only if the two companies can put their cultural differences aside.
Software engineering, project management and UI/UX design are expected to be among the most in-demand skills in the New Zealand IT jobs market next year.
When it comes to managing hybrid and multi-cloud environments there are many options but no easy path nor lack of challenges.
Last week, Platinum Equity sealed its long-running bid to buy Ingram Micro in what was the largest IT distributor acquisition in history. Now what?
Lenovo has claimed quarterly leadership in the New Zealand PC market for the first time and is aiming for that not to be a "one hit wonder".
A managed hyperconvergence service can provide data centre operators with cost benefits, reduced staff workloads, and cloud-related scalability.
Investors are lining up to acquire channel businesses built on recurring revenue with SaaS valuations accelerating at pace across Australia and New Zealand.
Robin Speculand - a world-renowned expert in strategy and implementation - outlines how partners can achieve executional excellence in 2021 and beyond.
“People always ask, what is success?” outlined Jamil Qureshi, one of the world’s most foremost practitioners of performance enhancing psychology, when addressing over 500 technology executives during the opening keynote of EDGE 2020.
The local technology sector continued its strong growth trajectory, with the top 200 companies hitting $12.7 billion in revenue, up 8.3 per cent or nearly $1 billion for the year.
Demand for partner expertise is expected to heighten in the months ahead as businesses build out digital transformation blueprints across Australia and New Zealand, underpinned by increased investment in cloud, security, edge computing, artificial intelligence and machine learning, data management and 5G.
When it comes to effectively managing a multi-cloud environment, there are a ton of metrics that enterprise customers should be watching.
Managed cloud services are expected to see a global surge in opportunity as hybrid IT sprawl intensifies due to the COVID-19 shift to remote working.
If technology and service providers are to find success in the next five years, there are six threats they need to navigate that pose a real threat to their business.
A slight market contraction, a focus on resiliency and at least one potential new entrant are combining to make conditions in the local telco sector right for a new competitor to make a big play.
At least a third of organisations are likely to have reduced their spend on IoT since the global wave of lockdowns prompted by COVID-19, but a far greater proportion is actively increasing its spend in the technology.
Secure access services edge is a young, cloud-based architecture that shows promise, but the elements that make it up differ depending on who’s selling it.
The varying network needs of IoT devices may force enterprises to master many connectivity technologies.
As the channel continues to grapple with the impact of Covid-19, VMware partners are up-skilling in preparation for heightened customer demand.
Gartner forecasts everything from digital moves to DNA storage and social interactions will impact businesses.
Businesses look to channel partners to develop solutions that are specifically tailored to their needs. To do that, the channel partner needs flexibility, scalability, and reliable technology. The Intel®️ NUC Elements Family delivers all three of those qualities, allowing the channel partner to become a genuine value-adding resource to their customers.. Read more