IBM A/NZ director of global business partners, Rhody Burton, sat down with Jennifer O'Brien in a very candid and personal discussion about her journey into IT, lessons learned along the way, and some personal insights and even unknown facts.
At an exclusive roundtable in Sydney – a group of thought-leaders assembled by rhipe and ARN – discussed the changing channel landscape and how businesses can start looking for new opportunities and innovative ways to add value and profit.
IT Service Management arrives on Azure in Australia.
As the sun comes down on Scott Frew’s Distribution Central empire, and the industry dust settles across Australia, one overriding question remains; Why now?
“Multi-cloud services are redefining how businesses think and adopt cloud computing."
To the Internet Service Provider outsiders, and those removed from the markets Down Under, a common misconception remains…
“The IBM Beacon Awards recognise Business Partners who continually deliver transformative solutions that help clients prepare for the cloud and cognitive era."
Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Office 365 - the two key channel plays for Barracuda Networks in 2016.
“The strongest weapon to shift geopolitical balances isn’t nukes or missiles, it’s technology.”
“Acronis has turned its focus on the SMB sector in the New Zealand market."
Synnex will move into a new Auckland warehouse within the coming months, in response to strong market growth in New Zealand.
The consulting and services channel model is a big problem for big business according to Versent founder and chief executive, Thor Essman.
EXCLUSIVE: Doing things the Dicker way… Will 2016 mark a year of great change for the Kiwi reseller?
If anyone knows about transformation, it’s Phil Presnall.
“It is tough to judge the full impact on partners, particularly for its IT services and SI partners..."
“2016 is the year Kiwi partners can help their customers with their digital transformation strategy."
Distribution giant unveils key channel plays in 2016...
Think Dell, EMC and Symantec…
To prepare for a cloud enabled future, IT services providers must focus on strengthening their cloud professional services capabilities.
"Security plaudits should go to software and service providers who can identify threats earlier..."