Spending on artificial intelligence in Asia Pacific is set to soar over the next five years as the demand for deep learning ramps up.
AWS has provided direct access to consultants via the AWS Solutions Library with the aim of assisting customers with deploying, managing and integrating vetted architecture.
Google Cloud has warned users globally that several of its services were experiencing intermittent issues, while its Cloud Composer environment creations had been failing globally.
Microsoft has made a major leap into the 5G telecommunications space with the acquisition of U.S. start-up Affirmed Networks for an undisclosed sum.
Vodafone NZ will keep 45 stores open from Monday to provide essential services during the Covid-19 lockdown, but "customer intimacy" is out for the duration of the crisis.
Chorus has reduced its capital expenditure guidance after suspending non-essential field activity to help reduce spread of Covid-19.
Ingram Micro has expanded its distribution agreement with Schneider Electric in Australia and New Zealand.
Distributors across the region are activating their business continuity plans, declaring they’re open for business, keeping supplies up to meet demand and reassuring partners of minimal disruption.
HP doesn’t want to divert its “valuable time, attention and resources” to a dialogue with Xerox about its proposed takeover bid amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Beginning in May, Microsoft plans to halt the delivery of all non-security updates to Windows, in a suspension of non-essential revisions.
Spark has repurposed 39 retail stores to act as no-contact emergency distribution centres for essential hardware during New Zealand’s Covid-19 lock-down.
A bizarre new scam exploiting uncertainty around COVID-19 has emerged, claiming to protect users from the physical coronavirus with a digital antivirus, but actually adds the infected device to a botnet.
IT spending across APAC in 2020 is still expected to see year-on-year growth of 1.2 per cent despite the coronavirus pandemic, even in a 'pessimistic' scenario.
An international group of nearly 400 volunteers with expertise in cybersecurity has formed to fight hacking related to the novel coronavirus.
The COVID-19 pandemic could be IT channel’s moment of reckoning that finally distinguishes high-performing partners from their struggling rivals.
Cyber security firm FireEye claims it has detected a surge in new cyber spying by a suspected Chinese group dating back to late January, when coronavirus was starting to spread outside China.
Former Nutanix lead in Australia and New Zealand Jamie Humphrey has been appointed as the new country and general manager for data control vendor Rubrik in A/NZ.
JB Hi-Fi has temporarily closed all 14 of its New Zealand stores, a move made in response to the New Zealand government’s introduction of alert level four restrictions.
An app developed by world-leading facial recognition provider NEC Corporation and local software developers aims to help Kiwis fight Covid-19 during lockdown and self isolation.
EDGE 2020 has been rescheduled until late in the second half of 2020, in response to recent Covid-19 developments in Australia and New Zealand.