Stories by Hafizah Osman

  • ATEN to increase channel play in A/NZ

    Keyboard, video and mouse switch solutions provider, ATEN, is planning to ramp up its channel play in A/NZ, according to the company’s new A/NZ regional director, Wesley Wong. He spoke to ARN about his plans for the company, since the vendor only established a local presence in Australia in July 2015.

  • REFFIND to launch marketplace

    Employee experience technology company, REFFIND (ASX:RFN), will soon launch a marketplace where businesses can purchase content to use with the company’s app.

  • Cyber security, Cloud, and industrial Internet to run 2016: Telstra

    As we head into a new year, many industry leaders predict the trends that will shape 2016. Telstra chief technology officer, Vish Nandlall, has shared his top five enterprise technology trends for the year. According to Nandlall, cyber security, the hybrid Cloud, industrial Internet, unified collaboration, and software-defined WANs will drive the new year. ​

  • Global financial services company deploys Violin Memory technology

    A major global financial services company has selected all flash storage platform provider, Violin Memory, to deploy solutions for the second phase of its datacentre build out. As per the deal, Violin Memory will deploy its Flash Storage Platform (FSP) 7300 arrays for the financial services company.

  • Commander to make big channel moves

    Complete business phone systems and communication company, Commander, has plans to make big moves in the channel space, according to M2 Group chief operating officer, Scott Carter. Carter claimed the changes come as a result of the proposed M2 (ASX:MTU) and Vocus Communications (ASX:VOC) merger.

  • Harvey Norman franchisee to pay $52,000 in penalties

    Harvey Norman franchisee, Bunavit, has been slapped with $52,000 in penalties by the Federal Court for making false or misleading representations regarding consumer guarantee rights, in proceedings brought by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).

  • IoT and M2M solutions to lead 2016: Analysys Mason

    In 2016, the market for Internet of Things (IoT) and machine to machine (M2M) solutions are expected to mature markedly with some of the key questions facing operators around technology, use cases and opportunities to be resolved, according to analyst firm, Analysys Mason.

  • NEXTDC makes co-location agreement with PCCW Global

    Co-location services company, NEXTDC, has inked a co-location agreement with PCCW Global, the international operating division of Hong Kong-based HKT. As per the agreement, PCCW Global will join NEXTDC’s independent community of carriers and service providers.