Ingram Micro Australia Managing Director Matt Sanderson is vacating the top job Down Under.
Unified Communications: News
Cloud-based unified communications vendor, Fuze, has launched into the Australian market.
Panasonic has named Nexgen, as the winner of its Panasonic Australia PBX Dealer of the Year award. This recognition was off the back of a successful 2015 for Nexgen.
ARN hosted its Emerging Leaders Forum at the Ivy Sunroom in May, identifying, educating and showcasing the upcoming talent of the Australian ICT industry.
Synnex New Zealand has moved into its new Auckland warehouse, as the distributor upsizes in response to strong market growth in New Zealand.
Enterprise Cloud computing company, Nutanix, has launched Xpress, the new hyper-converged appliance targeted at SMBs.
Unified Communication-as-a-Service (UCaaS) provider, Access4, has entered the market in A/NZ with a view to support new channel partners in the region.
IBM is continuing its much publicised turnaround with as many as 14,000 jobs under threat.
Finalists for the inaugural Reseller News Women in ICT Awards (WIICTA) have been selected.
Despite declines in core businesses, a more diversified portfolio is enabling Cisco to grow.
ARN quizzed Brisbane-based IT service providers on the main issues impacting business in 2016.
Kingscliff on the NSW north coast was the backdrop for the Staples team from Australia and New Zealand who gathered together with the company’s strategic partners - Microsoft, Lenovo and HP. With a strong focus on innovation, the event drove an agenda that fostered growth and capitalisation on market opportunities in end user computing, Cloud, unified communications and managed print and content services.
Melbourne-headquartered systems integrator Progility Technologies named Unify Partner of the Year for Australia.
“There really is no sector or department not exposed to technological change these days."
The Australian Technology Park played host to the Sydney leg of Westcon-Comstor Imagine 2016 this week, with the distributor outlining its deepened focus on cloud and services to local partners. Photos by Holly Morgan.
Royal Randwick Racecourse played host to the Sydney leg of the Ingram Micro Experience 2016 national tour. Partners from across the city and interstate turned out to see new offerings from vendors and attend workshops on Cloud, Business development, Aruba and Microsoft. Pictures by Chris Player.
Ingram Micro openly explored merging with distribution rivals, entering into discussions months before being acquired for $US6 billion by Chinese company, Tianjin Tianhai.
Peter Whitely rejoins vendor as Account Director for Federal Government in Australia.
"There has been an ongoing debate regarding the relative risks when compared to traditional in-house deployments."
Huawei has named its best performing partners for 2015 during the Sydney leg of its first partner road show.