ESET launched its latest business security suite at the National Wine Centre of Australia in Adelaide; guests were treated to fine wine, canapes, a short introduction by ARN editor Allan Swann, before ESET managing director, Florin Vasile took to the stage to discuss the company's plans for 2015, followed by ESET's national channel manager, Gerard Nunez. Prizes and invaluable networking followed. Photographs by Catalin Anastase (catalinanastase.com)
The Ingram Micro Experience 2015 is making its way around Australia - and ARN was the official media partner and sponsor of the keynote speaker, Tim Reid. The Melbourne leg was held at the Crown Casino Exhibition Hall, and saw Ingram and its partners showcasing their products, services and the latest technology, alongside business panels and thought leadership from industry experts. Photos by Allan Swann
A select group of attendees gathered to discuss Disruption in the Datacentre. The industry thought-leaders discussed the business trends to affect the datacentre, and examined the technology shifts and advances, including: software-defined networking, Cloud, and webscale-integrated infrastructure. The datacentre itself is transforming and changing, becoming more of a datacentre ecosystem that is being procured by organisations that are using a mix of colocation, Cloud services and on-premise. Attendees also delved into the market opportunities for the channel and how to add value. Photos by Editorial Director, MIKE GEE
It wasn't all work and no play at Huawei's recent Network Congress 2015 in Beijing, China. The company took its Australian partners on a trip to the Forbidden City, where they learnt of the history behind the Chinese imperial palace. Of course, appreciating the beauty of the architecture and its surroundings was also part of the tour. Here are some pictures from the outing.
Huawei and its partners took the opportunity to show off their latest technologies at Huawei's recent Network Congress 2015. The companies displayed their solutions at an innovation showcase during the summit, which gave other international partners a glimpse into solutions Huawei has been working on in some specific verticals. Some of the partner exhibitions included f5, Intel, Puppet Labs, as well as Infosys.
The Kiwi division of Express Data officially rebranded into Dicker Data New Zealand earlier this month, with Reseller News on hand to cover the action.
The Ingram Micro Experience 2015 is making its way around Australia - and ARN was the official sponsor of the keynote speaker, Tim Reid. The Adelaide leg was held at the National Wine Centre, and saw Ingram and its partners showcasing their products, services and the latest technology. Photos by Allan Swann
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In the lead-up to its Huawei Network Congress in Beijing, May 20-21, the company took its partners to Shenzhen, where its headquarters is based, to show off some of the latest technologies it houses. Partners were shown some of the real-life use cases of Huawei's solutions and the attendees even managed to get hands-on with some of these products. Here are some photos from the showcase.
Microsoft Australia managing director Pip Marlow has led a campaign this week to encourage more Australian students to take up computer coding. The company is helping more than 7000 students learn code as part of YouthSpark #WeSpeakCode week. Federal communications minister, Malcolm Turnbull, also delivered a speech, in which he urged students to take up science, technology and mathematics subjects to fill the shortfall of Australian graduates in these areas. The week long campaign saw students from all over Australia try coding with the help of volunteers and teachers. Today, more than 800 students from more than 30 local schools in Sydney learnt to code at the main #WeSpeakCode event being held in the Great Hall of the University of Technology Sydney .
Splunk Live! 2015 recently hosted its event in Sydney, where not only Splunk and its partners took to stage to talk about the latest trends in technology, but also showcased their latest technologies. Some of the vendors seen included Palo Alto, Amazon Web Services, Netapp, Nimble Storage, and dynatrace. It was a full house, as this pictorial shows.
A select group of partners gathered in the Gold Coast to attend the WatchGuard Elite OneVision conference for networking, security analysis and education. It was a jam-packed adventure filled conference with keynote sessions, a remote island dinner at McLaren's Landing, all-day sailing, and a ride in a Hummer up to Mt Tamborine where the group was treated to fine dining at the Songbirds Retreat Rainforest restaurant.
A select group of partners gathered in the Gold Coast to attend the WatchGuard Elite OneVision conference for networking, security analysis and education. It was a jam-packed adventure filled conference with keynote sessions, a remote island dinner at McLarens Landing, all-day sailing, and a ride in a Hummer up to Mt Tamborine where the group was treated to fine dining at the Songbirds Retreat Rainforest restaurant.
ARN Connect, Redefining the security landscape in the Cloud era, was sponsored by Barracuda Networks, and saw a select group of resellers, networking over drinks and canapes at Brisbane's Cha Cha Char. ARN Editor, Allan Swann, opened the event followed by Barracuda’s international experts, including storage product manager, Tony Liau, and security product manager, Ruoting Sun. ANZ country manager, Mike Romans, closed the event, before a panel discussion on the nature of security in the Cloud era.
EMC World 2015 returned to Las Vegas earlier this month, playing host to IT stars, hands-on product demonstrations, hundreds of technical sessions on every nuance of IT life and networking galore.
More than 500 people converged on Sydney's Powerhouse Museum for business intelligence company Qlik's annual partner and customer event. Attendees at the event included customers such as Telstra, Harris Farms and The Association of Independent Schools. There were shown how to leverage visualisation and Big Data analytics tools. Qlik executives including vice-president innovation and design, Donald Farmer, director of product marketing, Josh Good, and vice president and regional director, ANZ, Sharryn Napier, presented on the BI industry, the company’s roadmap and its latest product releases including its new Cloud offerings and visual analytics platform.
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