SAP A/NZ president and managing director, John Ruthven, has called for Australia to address what he describes as a critical skills shortage in IT.
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“AWS, Microsoft, IBM and the other cloud vendors should be concerned with this new entrant into the market.”
"Hackers are still finding creative ways to attack networks..."
Telstra Retail Group executive Karsten Wildberger has resigned from his post for personal reasons, and will head back to Germany in the middle of next year.
Over 120 Kiwi partners packed out The Crew Club in Auckland this week, as Distribution Central hosted its annual end of year New Zealand partner event.
NEXTDC has announced the winners of its inaugural partner awards, held at the Hilton Sydney Hotel. The winners were selected from the 250 partners in NEXTDC's partner programme.
Fujitsu held its annual forum in Munich in November, which saw over 14,000 customers and partners from more than 80 countries take part. The A/NZ channel team, lead by national channel manager, Daniel Campbell, took eight partners, Correct Solutions, Maxsum Solutions, Evolve IT, Digital Sense, PowerNET, PSQ Group, After Dark Technology and Invotec over for the event, and treated them to a stopover in Dubai which saw them take a desert safari and quad bike on sand dunes.
Cisco’s vice president, ANZ, Ken Boal said that the company has been making great gains through its government contracts, especially under the new prime minister’s innovation agenda.
“Now the time has come for us to expand our capabilities..."
“IoT is already a significant market, but…”
“Companies that still have legacy applications need to look at the risks and benefits of moving to the cloud."
Contact centre solutions provider, Enghouse Interactive, has appointed Kath Murphy as its interactive sales manager for A/NZ.
Microsoft has used its Convergence EMEA conference in Barcelona Spain to show off new features of Office 365, Skype for business and Dynamics CRM 2016.
“We can see that the security landscape is changing to accommodate for more sophisticated threats..."
The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the resulting data is providing businesses with enormous opportunities to gain insights like never before.
Unified communications (UC) company, ShoreTel, has deployed its new collaboration, contact centre and mobility solution for Brimbank City Council in Melbourne.
HP New Zealand honoured its top performing Kiwi partners for 2015 at a glitzy bash in Auckland last week.
Klikon Solutions held a Charity Golf Day out at Macquarie Links in Sydney to help raise money for charities Ronald McDonald House and Save our Sons. ARN was onhand in blistering 39 degree conditions to witness all the worm burners first hand. Pictures by Allan Swann
"Organisations should be explicit in seeking to data-equip all of their processes..."
This exclusive ARN roundtable highlighted the opportunities and trends in the data protection market, and how the industry has evolved; examined the unique challenges in the hybrid Cloud environment and the associated customer pain points, and highlighted the growing business opportunities for partners. It was sponsored by EMC. Photos by ARN editorial Director, MIKE GEE.