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“We think globally, and work locally to help produce an innovation economy in Victoria and across Australia.”
NEC Australia has made changes to its executive team with the appointment of a new chief executive and chief operating officer.
As digital business transforms buying behaviours, organisations are questioning whether service providers can rapidly adapt to their evolving needs.
Sydney ranks in 10th in 50 cities when it comes to embracing technology to adapt and thrive in an ever-changing and globalised future, according to Dell.
“History shows that focused, pure-play companies often innovate faster, are more agile, and deliver better value to their customers."
Internet service provider, Broadband Solutions, has taken on 15 new staff as a part of its continued expansion into Cloud-based managed services. The move sees three new staff take on programming positions, while the remainder join the company’s sales and support team.
Is Australia becoming less prepared to develop and make use of global Cloud services?
Team messaging app startup, Slack, has officially commenced its operations in Australia with the opening of its Melbourne headquarters.
Wireless systems company, Ruckus Wireless, has deployed its Smart Wi-Fi network in Alex Perry’s new hotel and apartments in Brisbane. The deal will fit out the hotel and apartments with a wireless telephony system.
St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne (SVHM) has partnered with unified communications company, Blue Jeans, to conduct telehealth review appointments for patients.
Altice, a network operator active in the U.S. and across Europe, is betting on French company Sigfox to expand its machine-to-machine business, even as it tests LTE-M, a narrowband version of the 4G standard slimmed down for the Internet of Things.
EMC and VCE opened up the Buy vs. Build debate alongside key distributor partners and resellers at an exclusive ARN Roundtable at Rockpool Bar & Grill in Sydney - discussing the changing dynamics of the data centre, the market opportunities for the channel and from a local perspective, the emerging business use cases.
Unlike conventional voice over IP (VoIP) telephony platforms, unified communication and collaboration (UC&C) technology involves many components.
The traditional kick-off to the ARN ICT Industry Awards, the ARN Judges' Networking Lunch, was held in the Ballroom at the Ivy in Sydney. More than 100 IT industry leaders gathered to hear an outstanding address by ARN Hall of Fame inductee and senior vice-president and managing director of Insight Enterprises Asia-Pacific, Andrea Della Mattea, who spoke about doing business in China. The gathering was also addressed by ARN president and publisher, Susan Searle, ARN associated editor, Jennifer O'Brien, and ARN Editor, James Henderson. Nominations for the 2016 ARN ICT Industry Awards open on May 24 and close on June 24. The Celebration Dinner will be held at the Four Points by Sheraton Sydney on September 15. Photos by Editorial Director, Mike Gee.
Ingram Micro has acquired NETXUSA, a unified communications and collaboration (UCC) value-added distributor focused on VOIP solutions and IP phones for telecommunications service providers and resellers.
A record turnout of attendees descended on Primus Hotel in Sydney this week, as cloud channel company rhipe took business disruption to the next level at its Cloud Summit 2016 event.
The Rhipe Cloud Channel Summit 2016 was all about the challenges partners face dealing with the increasing momentum of Cloud deployments.
“This award is a great recognition for the Fronde team in Australia and New Zealand."
Unified communications company, Digium, recognised its global channel partners at its 2016 Pinnacle Awards.