ITC Awards

Slideshows

  • IN PICTURES: ARN's WIICTA Alumnae Q2 2016 (+ 29 photos)

    IN PICTURES: ARN's WIICTA Alumnae Q2 2016 (+ 29 photos)

    The WIICTA Alumnae 2016 breakfast for Q2, held at the Establishment in Sydney, brought together WIICTA award winners and finalists to facilitate a mentoring-style program to support women working in the technology sector. Photos by Holly Morgan.

    IN PICTURES: ARN's WIICTA Alumnae Q2 2016 (+ 29 photos)
  • IN PICTURES: HPE and partners hop on the Orient Express (+ 12 photos)

    IN PICTURES: HPE and partners hop on the Orient Express (+ 12 photos)

    Last month Hewlett Packard Enterprise partners boarded the Venice-Simplon-Orient for a luxury travel experience across Europe. Channel partners including Data#3, Lynx, AC3 and more, were treated to an action-packed seven-day adventure through Venice, Prague and London, with pasta making sessions, beer hall banquets, Segway tours and a ride on the London Eye.

    IN PICTURES: HPE and partners hop on the Orient Express (+ 12 photos)
  • IN PICTURES: Kaspersky Lab’s 8th annual Asia-Pacific partner conference in Vietnam (+20 photos)

    IN PICTURES: Kaspersky Lab’s 8th annual Asia-Pacific partner conference in Vietnam (+20 photos)

    ​Kaspersky Lab recently hosted its 8th annual Asia-Pacific partner conference in Vietnam. The Asia-Pacific Kaspersky Lab family came together for this partner conference to honour and recognise the work of its partners across the Asia-Pacific region. Here are some pictures from the event. ​

    IN PICTURES: Kaspersky Lab’s 8th annual Asia-Pacific partner conference in Vietnam (+20 photos)
  • IN PICTURES: QNAP Global Partner Day at Computex 2016 (+ 24 photos)

    IN PICTURES: QNAP Global Partner Day at Computex 2016 (+ 24 photos)

    QNAP Systems welcomed more than 50 global partners to the 2016 QNAP Global Partners Day, held in Taipei, to celebrates the successes of 2015. Attendees enjoyed dinner and a party aboard a cruise ship.

    IN PICTURES: QNAP Global Partner Day at Computex 2016 (+ 24 photos)
  • IN PICTURES: Kaspersky attends charity event with rugby league legends (+28 photos)

    IN PICTURES: Kaspersky attends charity event with rugby league legends (+28 photos)

    ​Kaspersky spent the weekend with Australia’s much loved rugby league legends for the Legends of League Charity Dinner, a major fundraising event for Ronald McDonald House in Orange. Guest spent the evening with Brett Kenny, previously from the Parramatta Eels; Canterbury Bulldogs’ Peter Tunks and Manly Sea Eagles greats, Graham Eadie and Geoff Toovey. The house is a home away from home for seriously ill children who are receiving medical treatment and their families. A fun filled Saturday night filled with music, the night also included a three-course meal and exclusive items by the legends up for auction.

    IN PICTURES: Kaspersky attends charity event with rugby league legends (+28 photos)
  • IN PICTURES: ARN Shaking up storage roundtable - How can partners play a winning hand?

    IN PICTURES: ARN Shaking up storage roundtable - How can partners play a winning hand?

    ​Whether it be the rise of upcoming industry players, increased vendor consolidation or new technology advancements, the traditional storage market is shaking to its foundations. Such a shakeup demands a new partner power play however, as IT decision makers look to the channel to map out effective storage strategies in this ever-changing technological world. This exclusive ARN roundtable discussed the importance of business continuity, the key market disrupters and crucially, how the channel can shift the role of storage across enterprise. Photos by Hafizah Osman.

    IN PICTURES: ARN Shaking up storage roundtable - How can partners play a winning hand?
  • IN PICTURES: Intel’s Drone 100 performance lights up Vivid Sydney (+37 photos)

    IN PICTURES: Intel’s Drone 100 performance lights up Vivid Sydney (+37 photos)

    As part of Vivid Sydney, Intel’s Drone 100 performance, featuring 100 illuminated drones, made its public debut on June 8 with performances conducted each night until Sunday June 12. The exhibition was developed by Intel and Ars Electronica and the Sydney Youth Orchestra performed in front of the Sydney Opera House as part of the event. Pictures courtesy of Intel.

    IN PICTURES: Intel’s Drone 100 performance lights up Vivid Sydney (+37 photos)
  • IN PICTURES: LivePerson inaugurates new office in Melbourne (+22 photos)

    IN PICTURES: LivePerson inaugurates new office in Melbourne (+22 photos)

    Online and mobile messaging company, ​LivePerson, has opened a new office opening in South of Melbourne. The new workspace will support the demands of the technology provider across the Asia-Pacific region. LivePerson has adopted a new and innovative Agile design, saying goodbye to rows of desks and adding in writeable walls, community cubbies, exercise equipment and flexible desk options. The move reflects LivePerson’s investment and commitment to the region and dedication to helping its local customers prepare for the future of communications. The Melbourne office will spearhead the company’s activities across the Asia-Pacific region with support from the Japan office.

    IN PICTURES: LivePerson inaugurates new office in Melbourne (+22 photos)
  • IN PICTURES: 2016 Vivid Sydney crowd favourites (+19 photos)

    IN PICTURES: 2016 Vivid Sydney crowd favourites (+19 photos)

    For 23 nights, from May 27 until June 18, Vivid Sydney transforms Sydney into a dazzling playground of fun and free sights for all ages. Visitors can explore the world's largest festival of lights, music and ideas and see the dazzling fusion of art and technology across the city and surrounds, with more than 90 light installations and projections from artists representing Australia and across the world. Here are some of the crowd favourites.

    IN PICTURES: 2016 Vivid Sydney crowd favourites (+19 photos)
  • IN PICTURES: Thomas Duryea and Logicalis collaboration launch event Sydney (+28 photos)

    IN PICTURES: Thomas Duryea and Logicalis collaboration launch event Sydney (+28 photos)

    It was standing room only at the Sydney stop of the Thomas Duryea and Logicalis collaboration launch event at the Ivy. Designed to introduce customers and partners to the new entity, the day included presentations from Dell, a customer story from Brookfield, a CEO Q&A panel and special guest speaker Peter Fitzsimons. Photos by Oliver Descoeudres and Chris Player.

    IN PICTURES: Thomas Duryea and Logicalis collaboration launch event Sydney (+28 photos)
  • IN PICTURES: Staples and partners prepare businesses for millennials (+15 photos)

    IN PICTURES: Staples and partners prepare businesses for millennials (+15 photos)

    Staples recently hosted its CEO Connect "Preparing your business for the Millennials" breakfast event, where 73 CEOs from the NSW chapter of the CEO Institute leant about how their companies should be prepared for a new generation in their workforce. Staples vice-president of sales, Tim Sleep, together with Lenovo Asia-Pacific CMO, Nick Reynolds; Microsoft’s Brett Fraser; and Generation E’s Biagio LaRosa delivered a compelling message to these leaders around preparing their business for millennials. Discussion themes included Cloud, activity based working and social media, which were comprehensively covered by the speakers.

    IN PICTURES: Staples and partners prepare businesses for millennials (+15 photos)
  • IN PICTURES: HDS Charity Drive for Variety for Children’s (+38 Photos)

    IN PICTURES: HDS Charity Drive for Variety for Children’s (+38 Photos)

    Eleven teams from Hitachi Data Systems took part in a “Bikes for Tykes” team building session and completed a series of tasks and challenges in order to earn components to build a bike. The 11 bikes built were presented to children and their teachers on the day via Variety - The Children’s Charity.

    IN PICTURES: HDS Charity Drive for Variety for Children’s (+38 Photos)
  • Vivid Sydney Opera House and Circular Quay

    Vivid Sydney Opera House and Circular Quay

    ​As usual the light display on the Sydney Opera House took our breath away, but the Customs House show stole the show. Again.

    Vivid Sydney Opera House and Circular Quay
  • IN PICTURES: Exclusive Networks and Barracuda reward top partners (+ 31 PHOTOS)

    IN PICTURES: Exclusive Networks and Barracuda reward top partners (+ 31 PHOTOS)

    Exclusive Networks and Barracuda Networks recently ran a ‘Get Hooked On Barracuda’ campaign where partners that 'caught' a big Barracuda deal​ were rewarded with a fishing trip​. The partners joined the Barracuda team, headed by Mike Romans, and Exclusive Networks' Michael Crofts to brave the New Zealand seas and hook a big fish. They successfully hooked up a total of 120 fish, with the biggest at 65cm, caught by Tyler Osborne from Data#3. Mike Romans took the award for the smallest catch at just 10cm.

    IN PICTURES: Exclusive Networks and Barracuda reward top partners (+ 31 PHOTOS)
  • IN PICTURES: NEXTGEN and Oracle educate partners through Stan Slap workshop (+17 photos)

    IN PICTURES: NEXTGEN and Oracle educate partners through Stan Slap workshop (+17 photos)

    ​NEXTGEN recently tapped into the wisdom of business culture specialist, Stan Slap, a New York Times best-selling author, to help Oracle channel partners transition to the Cloud. Headlining a full-day strategic workshop in Sydney, the charismatic speaker provided confronting and interactive sessions for resellers, challenging the channel to assess leadership styles, while questioning the importance of culture in supporting change.

    IN PICTURES: NEXTGEN and Oracle educate partners through Stan Slap workshop (+17 photos)
  • IN PICTURES: Emerging Leaders Part 5: Awards (+35 photos)

    IN PICTURES: Emerging Leaders Part 5: Awards (+35 photos)

    ARN's Emerging Leaders event concluded with the presentation of the Emerging Leaders Awards to people who demonstrated outstanding qualities who are poised to progress their careers to the next level. Awards were presented across four categories – vendor, distributor, reseller/partner, and start-up.

    IN PICTURES: Emerging Leaders Part 5: Awards (+35 photos)
  • IN PICTURES: High potential individuals converge at ARN's Emerging Leaders forum - mentoring sessions pt 2 (+29 photos)

    IN PICTURES: High potential individuals converge at ARN's Emerging Leaders forum - mentoring sessions pt 2 (+29 photos)

    ​​ARN recently hosted its inaugural Emerging Leaders forum, where more than 130 high potential individuals converged to recognise and retain high-performing talent​ and address the need to invest in future leaders and build a pipeline for continue success.​ Held at the Ivy Sunroom in Sydney, the event also saw mentoring sessions by 19 of ARN's Hall of Fame inductees. Photos by Maria Stefina.​

    IN PICTURES: High potential individuals converge at ARN's Emerging Leaders forum - mentoring sessions pt 2 (+29 photos)
  • IN PICTURES: Staples Technology Solutions Ignite 2016 heads to Kingscliff

    IN PICTURES: Staples Technology Solutions Ignite 2016 heads to Kingscliff

    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.

    IN PICTURES: Staples Technology Solutions Ignite 2016 heads to Kingscliff
  • IN PICTURES: Westcon-Comstor Imagine 2016 hits Sydney - Part 2

    IN PICTURES: Westcon-Comstor Imagine 2016 hits Sydney - Part 2

    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.

    IN PICTURES: Westcon-Comstor Imagine 2016 hits Sydney - Part 2