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The 2014 ARN Women in ICT Awards (WIICTA) were presented at a gala luncheon at the Ivy ballroom in Sydney with more than 285 channel leaders in attendance. This, the first of four slideshows, is a mix of candid, atmospheric and group shots from ARN Editorial Director, MIKE GEE.
If you thought 2003 was good, checkout this bunch of pictures from ARN's social pages in 2004.
Phone systems and unified communications solutions provider, ShoreTel, held its 2014 Sydney Christmas Party at Bar 100 in The Rocks to celebrate a fabulous and strong year with its partners. Amidst the seasonal celebrations, the company was also celebrating its implementation of a Unified Communications (UC) and Enterprise Contact Center (ECC) solution for cinema business, Hoyts. The solution spans 50 sites in Australia and New Zealand for more than 2300 staff.
ARN's latest Roundtable was held at Jonah's in Whale Beach, north of Sydney. Guests flown by seaplane to the Rhipe (formerly NewLease) sponsored event. The roundtable saw a select group of ICT industry executives dissecting the role of the channel in guiding customers their migration to Cloud. Attendees considered the challenges surrounding the Australian market, including mergers and acquisitions and the changing roles of MSPs. Photographs by IAN SHARP.
What a year 2003 was ... at least we think it was.
The 2014 ARN Women ICT Awards (WIICTA) will be presented at a gala luncheon in Sydney tomorrow so as lead up to the big event here's a flashback to when it all began - WIICTA 2012 - and the ultimate slideshow. For all the latest on WIICTA, visit the minisite that can be found on the ARN website. Photos by IAN SHARP.
Aaargh, me hearties, 'Twas a cruise to remember. Avnet's 2014 Reseller Cruise filled the decks with ICT industry landlubbers and boaties alike to celebrate the company's excellent year and allow it to share a little bonhomie with its partners. As these pictures show the nautically-themed event was a big hit and everybody got into the spirit of the occasion. Photos by IAN SHARP.
Aaargh, me hearties, 'Twas a cruise to remember. Avnet's 2014 Reseller Cruise filled the decks with ICT industry landlubbers and boaties alike to celebrate the company's excellent year and allow it to share a little bonhomie with its partners. As these pictures show the nautically-themed event was a big hit and everybody got into the spirit of the occasion. Photos by IAN SHARP.
The latest ARN Roundtable was held at Sydney's est. and drew a group of ICT industry executives to discuss the role of the channel in guiding customers in their adoption of the latest and greatest storage technologies, both on premise and off. Attendees considered the challenges surrounding Cloud, Big Data, disaster recovery, security and the market opportunities available to resellers. Photographs by Ian Sharp.
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Startups flock to DEMO with stand-out products.
Panasonic Australia and distributor CommsPlus Distribution hosted more than 70 delegates at the recent Panasonic PBX Dealer conference. This year’s conference was held at the five-star Sofitel Hotel on the Gold Coast with social and formal events held over two days. Delegates were presented with the Panasonic PBX product roadmap and a comprehensive array of support programs from CommsPlus Distribution. Special guests from Panasonic Systems Network Company (Japan) and global application partners from Mondago (UK) and Cytrack contributed to the sessions, positioning the global market leader in the premise PBX market to SMBs to compete in the highly contested local market. Awards were also handed out during the event with Total Communications taking out the FY14 Panasonic Dealer of the Year and Channel Champion went to Jerry Stein from Nuteck Communications.
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China retains top spot for fourth consecutive Top500 list
From Apple to Amazon to Microsoft to Twitter, the names of some of the world's most popular tech companies tend to have interesting and significant backstories.
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Distribution Central held its fourth annual partner event, DC Delirium, at The Victoria Room in Darlinghurst, Sydney, celebrating with its vendor and reseller partners with a Carnivale L’Obscurite theme. Attended by more than 150 of Distribution Central’s vendor and reseller partners, entertainment was delivered by The White Tree Band with a fortune teller seeing into the future of guests, along with contortionist and Rolla Bolla performances. DC Delirium celebrates the success, partnership and challenges of the year gone by.
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