Ray Owen will become the Head of Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands as part of the planned combination of Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent.
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Global polling and research firm, YouGov, has released its 2015 Best Brand Australia ranking, with Google nabbing the top spot.
Complete business phone systems and communication company, Commander, has plans to make big moves in the channel space, according to M2 Group chief operating officer, Scott Carter. Carter claimed the changes come as a result of the proposed M2 (ASX:MTU) and Vocus Communications (ASX:VOC) merger.
In 2016, the market for Internet of Things (IoT) and machine to machine (M2M) solutions are expected to mature markedly with some of the key questions facing operators around technology, use cases and opportunities to be resolved, according to analyst firm, Analysys Mason.
At its Ubiquity Summit for the Internet of Things, Google laid out its plans to help developers begin building products for the IoT.
Google wants to extend Project Tango beyond smartphones and tablets to robots and drones
South Australian networking distributor, PCRange, has entered into voluntary liquidation.
Citrix partners showed off their latest wares for a Solutions Expo as part of Citrix Summit 2016 in Las Vegas. Julia Talevski is attending the event as a guest of the company.
Citrix Summit 2016 is being held in Las Vegas attracting more than 4000 partners to the MGM Grand. During the next few days partners will learn about Citrix's simplified approach to the market, new sales and partner opportunities.
Happy New Year and welcome to 2016 as the ICT industry looks forward to another fast-paced, disruptive and thoroughly evolutionary year.
Unified communications and Cloud services provider, Generation-e, has partnered up with contact centre solutions provider, Genesys.
The channel closed out another hectic year with drinks and Christmas cheer, at the final After Hours of the year before the holiday season.
Unified communications company, ShoreTel, has promoted Ben Swanson to the role of Asia-Pacific channels and marketing director.
ICT services and solutions provider, Dimension Data, has partnered with event management company, Creative Universe, to work on the launch of a new Melbourne co-working space.
As Dell moves closer to EMC, VMware backtracks on Virtustream Cloud business.
Distributor expands local leadership team with two appointments
ARN and Reseller News NZ's inaugural EDGE 2015 event was a massive success and everybody knows that with yearly events the following year is always bigger and better still.
Australian start-up advisory group, StartupAUS, has furthered its plans for expansion with the appointment of a new board member, Wayne Gerard, a Queensland-based tech entrepreneur and founder of Red Eye Apps.
ShoreTel recently brought together its A/NZ channel partners at the Kirribilli Club at Sydney’s Lavender Bay for an update on the company’s regional and global strategy. The event featured presentations from ShoreTel’s chief marketing officer, Mark Roberts; Asia-Pacific vice-president and managing director, Frédéric Gillant; and A/NZ managing director, Jamie Romanin. A highlight of the event was ShoreTel’s inaugural A/NZ partner awards, with Flexnet, One Solution, Telstra, Reliance Communications, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and Aerus Technologies all recognised for their achievements in 2015. The formal proceedings were followed up with ShoreTel’s Christmas party, giving partners the opportunity to celebrate a successful year with the vendor.
ARN recently hosted a roundtable lunch, IoT - The Triple Play, at Scarlett Restaurant in the Harbour Rocks Hotel, Sydney. It examined the IoT triple play, the concerns that are slowing implementation and adoption, how partners can get onboard the journey, as well as the growing market opportunities for the channel. This roundtable was sponsored by FireEye and Hemisphere Technologies. Photos by ARN Editorial Director, MIKE GEE.