Rival vendors cut collaboration war short through increased interoperability with Skype for Business technology.
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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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Tech giants battle with IBM, Oracle, NetApp and Hitachi for market share.
Apparently, nobody ever got fired for buying IBM…
Hyper-converged infrastructure provider, Simplivity, hosted its inaugural Partner Council and first national awards ceremony at the Slip Inn in Sydney’s CBD.
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.
ARN spoke to partners about some of the opportunities and challenges Canberra-based IT services providers are facing this year.
Pyrios inks a deal with Interactive Intelligence to bring cloud contact centre services to the New Zealand and Australian markets.
Flagship destination channel conference brings together 250 leaders from vendors, distributors and partners.
Avaya has appointed Peter Chidiac as its new A/NZ managing director.
Microsoft has extended its new Skype for Business voice conferencing service via Office 365 to Australia, which will land in the country on September 1.
ARN is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2016 ARN ICT Industry Awards. Competition was very tough across the eight categories, with a record number of entries.
Distributor focuses on driving sales across SMB and enterprise markets.
Distributor reveals three internal promotions.
Chatter fills the channel as private equity firms circle shrinking vendor.
Adelaide-based IT consulting business, Simply Ask Simon, has deployed ShoreTel technology for McArdle Freight.
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALE) has launched new business models which offer a “true utility-based billing model” to challenge incumbent players, Microsoft and Cisco.
As the channel changes and industry voices deepen, the need for clarity and insight heightens. Amidst the cliched assumptions however, distribution is once again showing its strength, as a force to be listened to, rather than questioned. This exclusive ARN roundtable examined the pivotal role of distribution in understanding the health of the channel, educating from the epicentre as the market transforms at a rapid rate. Photos by ARN's Maria Stefina.
Networking vendor, D-Link, has appointed Andrew Trickett to lead the company’s service provider business in Australia and New Zealand.