ARN is proud to announce the finalists for the 2016 ARN ICT Industry Awards, celebrating the success of vendors, distributors and partners during the previous 12 months, while also acknowledging outstanding individuals and their achievements. With the celebration dinner set for September 15 in Sydney, here's a full rundown of the finalists...
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As new technologies flood the market, and competition increases in parallel, the need for innovation heightens. In utilising financing, partners are transforming businesses through greater flexibility and purchasing options, acquiring leading edge solutions to drive larger deals with higher rates of success. This exclusive ARN Breakfast, in association with IBM Global Financing, examined the role of financing in driving technological transformation, assessing how partners can overcome in-house cash shortages to create new streams of revenue.
Logicalis and Thomas Duryea held social drinks at the Tree House in North Sydney, strengthening the company's combined technology partnerships across the Australian industry.
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Storage vendor reports increased profitability as it prepares for multi-billion dollar acquisition.
Innovation, transformation and technology key strategic drivers.
Microsoft thinks it has YouTube for the enterprise on its hands with the beta launch of a new service on Monday.
ARN speaks to partners about some of the opportunities and challenges Canberra-based IT services providers are facing this year.
Linux and Chromebook users now have new versions of Skype to play with. Microsoft launched an alpha version of a new client for Linux on Wednesday morning, in a push to get users of the open source operating system video calling and messaging with Skype.
Tech giant reveals new opportunities around Azure, Office 365, Windows 10 and Surface.
Microsoft is bringing the dream of the Star Trek universal translator to businesses later this year with the launch of a new beta feature that offers live captioning of Skype for Business meeting broadcasts in 40 languages.
Australian Cloud contact centre provider, ipSCAPE, has partnered with telkomtelstra, a joint venture between PT. Telekomunikasi Indonesia and Telstra to continue its international expansion.
Digital agenda lures new breed of partners to 2016 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto.
Video conferencing vendor dramatically terminates Mitel merger to go private.
In Australia, total technology spending is forecast to reach $83.3 billion in 2016, an increase of 2.8 percent over 2015.
Thomas Duryea Consulting, has reported substantial growth in its business to 30 June 2016, and is now setting its sights on the enterprise market.
Microsoft is giving small businesses a new way to hold meetings online with the launch of a free Skype Meetings product that's aimed at providing professional communication tools for free.