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The latest ARN roundtable brought together a stellar group of industry thought leaders to tackle the topic, Revolution-as-a-Service: The changing role of distribution. This exclusive roundtable investigated the role of the distributor in the new service based world, where the opportunities for profit lie, where distributors should be focusing, specialising and differentiating – and how they can support their partners, at both the vendor and reseller level. This roundtable was sponsored by Avnet, Dicker Data, Distribution Central, Exclusive Networks, Rhipe and Westcon. Photos by ARN Editorial Director, Mike Gee.
Partners and vendors came from all over the country to attend Hemisphere Technologies' first partner event at the Sydney Rowing Club in Abbotsford. The event was attended by many of the firm's partners and vendors who came together to share success stories, hear vendor presentations and network. Here are some of the highlights.
ARN in conjunction with Distribution Central and Palo Alto Networks hosted a security-focused lunch with its vice president of worldwide channels, Ron Myers. The event was held with stunning panoramic views of the Sydney skyline in O Bar, and featured local channel partners discussing the state of the security industry, and the new partner programmes and technologies Palo Alto Networks is bringing to market.
Westcon NZ hosted Cloud vendors Amazon Web Services, Cisco, Plan B, Symantec.cloud, Cloud DC, Virsae, FaceMe, at the distributor's Bluesky 2015 event in Auckland...
NICTA held its annual technology Techfest 2015, on February 20, at its Waterloo NSW headquarters. NICTA is Australia's Information and Communications Technology Research Centre of Excellence. The evcnt focuses on how NICTA’s cutting-edge research is improving the way we live and work. Communications minister, Malcolm Turnbull, addressed the conference and said Australia needed an innovation "insurgency" with school children as young as five or six learning computer coding alongside mathematics, science and English. Here are some of the highlights. Photos by IAN SHARP.
Fast-moving tech is redefining the electronic display as screens get bigger, better, and bendier
The annual showdown between the Kasperky Lab all-stars and the Manly Sea Eagles resulted in a boil over at Sydney Academy near Narrabeen with the rank outsiders taking out the event - and the gold cup - by eight tries to six, which also happened to be the number of players the all-stars had on-field at any given time compared to Manly's six. Of course, Manly weren't exactly going full steam - or fielding a full line-up - but the all-stars did have the pleasure of taking on some of Manly's finest including star half-back Daly Cherry-Evans while the full squad attended the match including captain Jamie Lyons, other star half-back Keiran Foran, Matt Balin, Peta Hiku and star recruits Luke Burgess and Willie Mason. The Kaspersky Lab outfit was led by A/NZ MD Andrew Mamonitis and included representatives from Hemisphere Technologies, Interactive, IBM, Exclusive Networks and, of course, ARN. Here are some of the highlights. Pictures by ARN photographer, IAN SHARP.
The annual showdown between the Kasperky Lab all-stars and the Manly Sea Eagles resulted in a boil over at Sydney Academy near Narrabeen with the rank outsiders taking out the event - and the gold cup - by eight tries to six, which also happened to be the number of players the all-stars had on-field at any given time compared to Manly's six. Of course, Manly weren't exactly going full steam - or fielding a full line-up - but the all-stars did have the pleasure of taking on some of Manly's finest including star half-back Daly Cherry-Evans while the full squad attended the match including captain Jamie Lyons, other star half-back Keiran Foran, Matt Balin, Peta Hiku and star recruits Luke Burgess and Willie Mason. The Kaspersky Lab outfit was led by A/NZ MD Andrew Mamonitis and included representatives from Hemisphere Technologies, Interactive, IBM, Exclusive Networks and, of course, ARN. Here are some of the highlights. Photos by ARN editorial director, MIKE GEE.
Even the most savvy IT professionals can fall victim to social engineering attacks. Here’s how to recognize these threats and avoid falling prey to them.
Telstra has opened its Customer Insights Centre (CIC) in Sydney, giving enterprise and business customers access to a world class technology precinct, purpose-built to foster innovation and partnerships. Spanning 3600sqm over the entire second level of Telstra’s 400 George Street office in Sydney’s CBD, it houses a 300-person auditorium, workshop and collaboration spaces, partner pop-up installations, a restaurant, and many hands-on technology demonstration areas featuring state of the art business solutions.
Black Duck Software presents 5 tips for a secure enterprise relationship with open source.
Friday the 13th comes three times in 2015 – make the most of it.
Industry executives across the channel, from both here and overseas, gathered at Cafe Sydney to discuss the new threats emerging in the security landscape, and how threat intelligence can be used to protect businesses. ARN in conjunction with Check Point Security, Cyberoam, FireEye, Hemisphere Technologies, RSA, Symantec, and Westcon Group. Photography by Ian Sharp.
Technology breakthroughs that many people don't even know exist.
Geeks at heart, these 25 Valentine’s Day gifts are for you and yours.
One of the many fund raisers for the excellent Tour de Cure - Riding to Cure Cancer is the Manly Inflatable Boat Race, held on February 8, 2015, at the South Steyne section of Manly Beach in NSW. Sponsors included Huawei, Optus and CommBank. The pictures tell the story. Colour, costumes and craziness. All photos taken with a Canon EOS 6D full frame camera and a Canon EF 70-200mm F4 USM lens. Photos by MIKE GEE
We found all four products to be capable network monitoring tools that performed well in our basic tasks such as checking for host availability and measuring bandwidth usage. Beyond the basics, there were quite a few differences in terms of features, granularity and configuration options.
Over 300 people an hour took the opportunity to check out the new "paper bag" business school building at UTS on the weekend. The $180 million dollar project is part of the new movement in education to provide collaborative spaces and new ways of learning.
The full-frame EOS 5D series just got a major jolt of pixels.
With big layoffs rumored to be close on the horizon, IBM is going to need to use another regeneration.
 

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