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DiUS gets AWS machine learning competency

Solutions provider DiUS has attained the Amazon Web Services (AWS) machine learning competency, in which it claims to be the first partner in Australia and New Zealand to do so.

Cloudten revenue up 18 per cent

Cloudten has closed the 2019 financial year with revenues of $4.5 million, or an 18 per cent increase compared to last year's $3.8 million.

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  • EDGE 2019: Channel forges new partnerships during evening networking

    EDGE 2019: Channel forges new partnerships during evening networking

    Partners, vendors and distributors reconnected during a number of social gatherings during EDGE 2019. The first evening saw the channel congregate for a welcome party at the Hamilton Island yacht club, while the main poolside proved to be the perfect stop for a barbecue on the final night.

    EDGE 2019: Channel forges new partnerships during evening networking
  • ARN Exchange Melbourne: Unearthing the real value of Unified Communications

    ARN Exchange Melbourne: Unearthing the real value of Unified Communications

    What are the spending priorities of customers within the Unified Communications market today and what are the skills required from partners to deliver those services? An overview of the UC market in Australia was debated in the ARN Exchange event in Melbourne with discussions covering the customers spending priorities, the complexities customers and partners face and how partners can increase profit through a UC strategy while outlining key areas of market growth ahead.​​

    ARN Exchange Melbourne: Unearthing the real value of Unified Communications
  • ARN Exchange Sydney: Is the channel ready for the next generation of Unified Communications?

    ARN Exchange Sydney: Is the channel ready for the next generation of Unified Communications?

    Collaboration has become king for any Australian enterprise looking to innovate in today’s cloud and mobile-driven world. More tools allowing seamless, flexible and connected communications are available than ever before, presenting a nine-digit opportunity for the channel community. But Unified Communications, and its next-generation UCaaS, poses a deeply complex operation for partners -- so much so that without collaboration amongst themselves, they risk being overwhelmed by the challenges at play. This interactive ARN Exchange event in Sydney debated the major challenges for investing further in the UC sphere and the main opportunities in the years ahead, in association with Fuze, Lifesize, TeamViewer and Tradewinds.

    ARN Exchange Sydney: Is the channel ready for the next generation of Unified Communications?

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