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Rhipe hosted partners and vendors at Sydney's O Bar to celebrate the rebrand and reflect on a momentous year for the company.
Rhipe, formerly known as Newlease, announced at its AGM that it is acquiring nSynergy, a Microsoft Cloud based services provider for $25.35 million.
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.
The worst kept secret in the Australian channel came to an end with Microsoft announcing the localisation of its Azure Cloud services, which will now be hosted in Australian datacentres in New South Wales and Victoria.
Due to expansion and investment opportunities both nationally and around the globe, and the need to chart a future pathway with service providers, NewLease is rebranding the company to Rhipe, a move effective December 1, 2014.
Melbourne-based license distributor, NewLease, has appointed Chris Sharp as vice-president of its ‘emerging markets’ business.
DataCore has bolstered its A/NZ operations with a raft of new senior staff and a new Sydney office as it seeks to exploit growing demand for Software-defined storage.
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.
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Calling itself the 21st century distributor, NewLease is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) specialist with a sole focus on the service provider community. It facilitates and implements SaaS or subscription licensing models in Australia, New Zealand and India. Company chief Doug Tutus said the company - which was initially established as a service provider - is well placed to attack the SaaS market, having positioned itself early in the game and fine-tuned its expertise. JENNIFER O'BRIEN reports.
A select group of ARN's guests discussed the challenges for the channel in the now-mainstream Cloud world, and how businesses need to adapt - quickly.
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