As cloud continues to capture the imagination of the Australian market, Holly Morgan spotlights one Adelaide-based start-up reaching for the skies.
ARN’s partners inside the industry lift the lid on the real world of the channel.
Australian e-commerce specialist, UltraServe, has promoted Vishnu Roy to fill the new role of vice president, operations.
In light of striking business and technological shifts, the channel is churning at a rapid rate - partners must learn from the past to prepare for the future.
Nano-RAM, which is based on carbon nanotubes, is now being produced in seven fabrication plants in various parts of the world and is expected to challenge traditional memory and flash for dominance.
Metronode is set to begin construction on new data halls at its Silverwater and Unanderra facilities to accommodate growing demand from the NSW Government.
Resellers up and down the Queensland coastline are grappling with cloud offerings - ARN investigates.
ARN examines partners on the upward move - these are companies to watch.
Artificial intelligence startups will be big next year, along with startups in cybersecurity, chatbots, VR and legalized recreational marijuana, according to experts.
As another tumultuous year comes to an end in the industry, now is a good time to look ahead to 2017.
Intel is known for cranking up PC speeds to new highs, and now it's doing the same for storage with Optane.
SanDisk today announced its fastest USB thumb drive, which approaches internal SSD drive speeds with up to 420MBps data transfer rates.
Kingston has announced what is likely the highest-capacity USB thumb drive available today, a 2TB model in a shock-resistant, zinc-alloy metal casing.
Intel said it would ship its Optane memory, also known as 3D XPoint, in 16GB and 32GB M.2 memory expansion cards in the second quarter this year.
If 2016 has taught us anything, it tells us not to be complacent. The unimaginable can overnight become our reality.
The pace at which the storage industry is adopting denser and faster 3D NAND has quickened; it is expected to exceed 30% of flash bit shipments by the end of 2016.
CIO Editor-in-Chief, Byron Connolly, provides a month-by-month look back at who and what made news in 2016 from a buyer perspective.
HPE has launched an internal investigation into the cause of the hardware failure behind the unprecedented system outage which hit the ATO on 12 December.
Vendor deep dives into new tiering models as combined partner program release nears.
Whether it be technology troubles, government conflicts or declining sales, 2016 has been a year to forget for some of the industry's biggest players. ARN examines the vendors who will forever look back on 2016 as an annus horribilis.
Brother is At Your Side with its new Partner Program. This program offers a set of initiatives that help resellers take sales and service to customers to new levels and be rewarded for that.. Read more