The second leg of Westcon Imagine 2014 landed in Sydney at the Hilton Hotel. More than 450 attendees heard from a broad range of speakers including Westcon MD A/NZ, Dave Rosenberg, and Asia-Pacific (APAC) services and Cloud solutions director, Darryl Grauman. Famed pilot, Richard de Crespigny, detailed how the collaborative efforts of pilots, air hosts, and air traffic control led to the effective risk assessment which resulted in the safe landing of an Airbus A380 (Qantas Flight QF32) after it suffered uncontained (and at the time, unexplained) engine failure after leaving Singapore Changi Airport. There were also panel discussions on Data Privacy in 2014 and Making Cloud Profitable. Photos by IAN SHARP.
Integrate 2014 hosted more than 500 vendors across the audio-visual, unified communications (UC) and smart building industries. In addition to information and training seminars, the exhibition contained an open roadshow floor of local and international technology vendors and integrators, including IT giants and disruptors.
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Avaya held an exclusive breakfast briefing for its VIPs before Westcon Imagine 2014, where Martin Claridge, Avay's VP, IP & Cloud Network Solutions, laid out the company's vision for the future of networking - beyond SDN.
The first leg of Westcon Imagine 2014 landed in Melbourne at the Sofitel on Collins. A full-house heard Cisco CTO, Kevin Bloch, speak on the Future IT Leader, Westpac senior economist. Elliott Clarke, address The State of IT, and panel discussions on Data Privacy in 2014 and Making Cloud Profitable. Westcon MD A/NZ, Dave Rosenberg, and Asia-Pacific (APAC) services and Cloud solutions director, Darryl Grauman, opened the event.
Floating things, flying things, finding things and fashion things are all part of the Internet of Things. Prepare for a hyper connected future.
What we have here is a collection of mailboxes – starting with a number from Florida, but including a number from around the world that are pretty cool and geeky.
ARN’s latest Roundtable ‘Myth busting the managed services play’ was held at O Bar and Dining in Sydney and sponsored by Intel Security. This exclusive roundtable discussed the challenges and opportunities in the sizzling hot managed security services market, and what vendors can do to help build and support the MSP play.
The 'little rice' that could
Google Glass has had a ripple effect throughout the enterprise world.
ARN's latest roundtable, 'Big Data – big opportunities in analysing the fort', hosted industry experts to discuss the definition and implications of what has become known as 'Big Data'. With today's ever-escalating amount of structured and unstructured data, there's no doubt enterprises are awash with data and need help managing the terabytes and petabytes of information. The burgeoning Big Data market continues to weave itself into the fabric of today's environments. For partners, the opportunities are endless, with hot verticals including retail and healthcare among others. But amid its relevance are questions of security, culture, and ethics. Full feature coverage of the roundtable will be included in the September 17 edition of ARN. Photographs by Ian Sharp.
IN PICTURES: ARN Roundtable 'Take the lead: Transforming IT SMB structures to boost innovation and growth'
ARN's latest Roundtable 'Take the lead: Transforming IT SMB structures to boost innovation and growth' was held in Vue De Monde, on level 55 of Melbourne's Rialto Tower and sponsored by Fujitsu. The event saw a collection of channel experts discussing the best ways to transition SMB business models from the traditional to managed services and more modern consultancy roles. Photos by Zara Sigglekow.
ARN's latest Roundtable 'Desktop Transformation - the ultimate path' was held at Est. in Sydney and sponsored by AppSense.
Synnex has opened the doors to its $45 million monster logistics centre with the help of visiting company chairman and director, Dr Matthew Miau, and Minister for Communications, Malcolm Turnbull. The fully-automated facility is located in Lidcombe, a Western Sydney suburb which has grown to become a commercial and industrial hub for major IT players. The centre will operate with Synnex three V philosophy - visibility, velocity, value - to bring vendor and reseller partners predictability. Photos inside the facility were not permitted.
Windows 9 can right the wrongs (both real and perceived) inflicted by Windows 8, as well as make Microsoft more competitive with Apple and Google.
A sampling of images from EMC Forum 2014, held at the Sydney Hilton. Photographs by Ian Sharp.
The future of PCs will bring new chips, new memory types, and even new cables and chargers. Take a peek at what's coming.
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