WESTCON IMAGINE 2014: Resilience that saved QF32 will help IT companies survive, says Richard de Crespigny
NBN Co releases annual results
Revenue up $92.3m
Money to be used to increase headcount, create ICT jobs, and grow business opportunities for partners
Cloud-based social platform scheduled to be made internationally available in coming days
Global PC shipments will decline by 3.7 percent this year, a change from IDC's previous forecast of 6 percent
Microsoft re-released a security update after users packed the company's support discussion forum with reports of crippled computers.
VMworld 2014: VMware calls new "hyper-converged" system a building block for software-defined datacentres
VMware system virtualizes compute, network and storage.
MICROSOFT WPC 2014: The Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2014 in Washington delivered plenty of important and compelling news for the channel. Just click on the story links for everything you need to know.
1. Cloud message resonating with Microsoft partners
2. What can Cloud-focused resellers expect from Microsoft Australia?
3. Future under Nadella less about Windows, more about mobile and Cloud
4. Microsoft seeks help in pushing Cloud tech
5. Microsoft plans price war to stymie Chromebook growth
6. COO tells partners to get with the Cloud program now
7. Microsoft adopts 'challenger' mentality to win larger world of connected devices
8. Microsoft takes its 'mobile first, Cloud first' mantra to partners
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ARN INSIGHT LUNCHEON SERIES : We asked some of the attendees at the first of ARN's Insight Luncheon series what they thought were the key takeaways from the address, Transitioning your channel to the Cloud, by Channel Dynamics’ Moheb Moses. Click on the links below to see what they had to say.
Westcon Group's Tim O'Toole; McAfee's Mona Lolas; ManageProtect's Andrew Johnson; Leading EdgeTechnology's Harry Douzlakian; Real World Technology Solutions' Andrew Yager; BitCloud's Jorge Villalpando
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- Free, fast Windows updates are the future - and they could hurt PC sales
- Ready for the robot revolution?
- Rumoured 12.9-inch iPad could be better for business productivity
- PS&C acquires Pure Hacking for $8.3 million
- Melbourne IT profit takes a tumble
- WESTCON IMAGINE 2014: Resilience that saved QF32 will help IT companies survive, says Richard de Crespigny
- SME business sentiment drops dramatically
- CA Expo '14: New MD heralds "application economy" (+90 photos)
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