Hardware vendor changes tack amidst “challenging and somewhat volatile” market conditions.
The Synnex Alliance 2016 roadshow rolled into Sydney this week, with the distributor outlining how traditional resellers can tap into the predictability of managed services and Cloud, and move away from legacy on-premise technologies.
Microsoft on Monday released 64-bit versions of its Office 2016 applications for the Mac.
The theme of collaboration and partner transformation heightened during the second day of conferencing at EDGE 2016, with IBM and Intel taking to the main stage. Photos by Maria Stefina.
The Australian mobile phone slide continued during the second quarter of 2016.
Redmond fails to recover from doomed Nokia acquisition.
Apple's macOS Sierra has been on a slower tempo of preview releases than El Capitan in 2015, hinting that the upgrade will launch in October.
The channel joined together for dinner under the stars at the Hamilton Island Yacht Club, following an opening day of plenary and breakout sessions. Photos by Maria Stefina.
Everything that can be connected, will be connected.
Cunico vacates following 19 years of service at IT provider.
EDGE 2016 officially kicked off with opening keynotes and breakout sessions, shaping the conference theme of Grow Your Business. Photos by Maria Stefina.
Channel veteran reveals plans to depart distributor after 15 and a half years.
Tech giant widely expected to cull its workforce following spate of acquisitions.
As influencing and leading tech giants, what do we want these companies to become?
EDGE 2016 kicked off with an opening ice breaker session, providing a structured environment for channel executives to form and foster new relationships and business opportunities. Photos by ARN's Maria Stefina.
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From Steve Jobs to the Apple car, Cook looked back at Apple's past and looked ahead to its future in a wide-ranging interview.
Tablet shipments dropped to their lowest point in three years.
Apparently, nobody ever got fired for buying IBM…
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALE) has added a new distributor to its channel in Australia. Effective immediately, Bluechip Infotech will be distributing its full range of ALE business communication products and services to its partners and customers in Australia.