SAP reports that its third-quarter revenue growth slowed after a strong first half, and profits came up just short of analysts' expectations.
Reseller News honoured the industry’s finest on a standout evening for the New Zealand channel, recognising the achievements of established and emerging partners on a memorable night in Auckland.
Shares in IBM surged nine after the company beat expectations on revenue and gave an outlook that hinted it was back on a growth track.
The IT security of two health regulators has been found wanting after an Upper Hutt IT security firm found confidential documents available online.
Apple and GE are working together to make it easier to write software that can track power plants and jet engines on Apple devices.
Open source contributions aren’t selfless charity but a virtuous intersection of corporate, user, and community benefit.
Westcon-Comstor plans to raise $10,000 for the Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand following on from Mental Health Awareness week.
CSO India had an intriguing chat with Joergen Jakobsen, senior vice president and managing director, APJ Sales, Sophos on the company’s big focus to steer its value proposition to the organizations.
European Union officials want more people to complain about Privacy Shield, the exemption to European Union data protection law that allows businesses to export personal information to the U.S. for processing.
Reports of the global PC market’s demise appear to have been greatly exaggerated, if Gartner’s latest research is anything to go by.
IBM’s shift to newer businesses such as cloud and security services helped it beat analysts’ quarterly revenue estimates.
Ingram Micro has appointed Stewart Williams as senior business development manager for Lenovo in New Zealand.
Microsoft has sealed a major customer win in the cloud, with Symantec using the Azure platform to deliver Norton consumer products worldwide.
Google to roll out an "advanced protection program" to provide stronger email security for some users such as government and political activists.
Microsoft’s database for tracking bugs in its software was broken into by a highly sophisticated hacking group, according to five former employees.
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CCL founding director Darryl Swann delivered a standout keynote at the Reseller News ICT Industry Awards 2017, as the New Zealand channel came together to celebrate the standout achievers of the past 12 months.
The decision will determine whether US government officials can access data from Microsoft's servers in other regions.
Microsoft quietly updated Windows PCs to keep them safe from the KRACK Wi-Fi security flaw on October 10.
Adobe has warned that hackers are exploiting vulnerabilities in its Flash multimedia software platform in web browsers.