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Auckland-based IT wins competitive tender process to supply ICT infrastructure and support services to the Australian Government Department of Health.
Datacom Systems Australia CEO, Theresa Eyssens, has left the company after seven months at the helm.
IT service provider, Datacom has partnered up with contact centre software vendor, Interactive Intelligence.
Cloud IT management software vendor Kaseya has announced its top A/NZ MSP partners for 2014.
VMware has announced that it will be launching its vCloud Air Network of services in the Australian market in first half 2015, addressing local data sovereignty and infrastructure migration concerns.
Datacom Group has reported a 1.3 per cent increase in overall revenues to $881 million as compared to last year’s $870 million, and total group profit before tax of $64.7 million compared to last year’s $50.9 million, for the year ending March 31, 2014.
ARN's latest roundtable, 'Software Defined Networking - Getting off on the right foot' was held in conjunction with HP, at Est. in Sydney. As one of 2014's rapidly emerging technologies, despite its immaturity, SDN has the potential to completely revolutionise every aspect of networking, and thus every aspect of the IT industry. The Roundtable discussed the rapidly emerging SDN market, the hype, the different models and eco-systems on offer, where the market is going to go in 2014 and beyond, and the overall implications for resellers and their partners. ARN's full feature write up of the session will be available in the June 25 issue. Photographs by Ian Sharp.
Westcon New Zealand and Data#3 took top honours at Symantec's 2014 Pacific Partner Awards in Sydney, winning the Distributor of the Year and Symantec Partner of the Year categories, respectively. The firms were selected judged on overall performance in revenue growth, achievement of Symantec specialisation, joint marketing activities, program adoption, technical expertise and customer service excellence. Other winners included Ethan Group, Insight, Intalock, Insentra, and Datacom NZ.
While organisations now understand cloud is here to stay, what are they adopting? Private, Public or Hybrid?
Once upon a time, the idea of using expensive, environmentally-friendly IT was expected to flop in the harsh world of business. But fast-forward to 2009 and green technology has leapt off the drawing boards into the realm of profitability.
Steady, incremental improvement has been the name of the game for Datacom, and is what led to the service provider winning the ARN Green Project of the Year award for the second time in a row.
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