ARN Magazine - June Issue Out Now
- 08 June, 2016 06:53
When deciding a theme for the next issue, the usual conversations echo around the ARN editorial boardroom.
On a monthly basis, we regularly ask whether we should size up the storage market, maximise mobility or delve deep into the datacentre?
But it’s becoming all a tad tiresome and predictable, so instead, we shifted our focus away from technology trends.
Consequently, a mergers and acquisitions agenda was formed, built on the understanding that as a nation, Australia is gripped by M&A activity.
As a result, here’s a quick run through of what to expect in the June Issue of ARN Magazine:
Position your business for acquisition
In keeping with the mergers and acquisitions theme, Tech Research Asia exectuive consultant, Mark Iles, maps out the processes of three key steps that businesses should take when building themselves up for acquisition.
The Hot List
Each month this column looks at partners on the upward move. These are the companies to watch.
Partner round-up - Adelaide
As Adelaide develops in terms of technology adoption, it also faces a growing number of concerns. Should channel partners in the region pursue this double-edged sword and what are some best practices for the state
The art of becoming a leader
Mark Jones says there is a specific path to take when it comes to being a leader worth following.
The Break-up, starring Meg Whitman
During a decade serving as eBay President and CEO, Meg Whitman learned the art of selling. ARN editor, James Henderson, tests the theory.
EMC World 2016 - Key channel considerations
ARN editor, James Henderson, asks whether the upcoming Dell / EMC acquistion still has a channel to convince.
Westcon-Comstor Imagine 2016 - Heading to the BlueSky
As the channel moves to the Cloud, distribution is coming along for the ride. ARN editor, James Henderson, evaluates BlueSky.
Logicalis - The Integration Game
Fresh from buying Thomas Duryea Consulting, Logicalis Australia CEO, Basil Reilly, sat down with ARN editor, James Henderson, to discuss the human side of an acquisition.
Daniel Campbell – Fujitsu’s quintessential businessman
Fujitsu Australia national channel manager, Daniel Campbell, has done it all. Campbell spoke to ARN associate editor, Jennifer O'Brien, about his drive for success.
Securing the journey to the Cloud
There are always technology advancements when it comes to the Cloud. Blue Coat, Ingram Micro, QNAP, StorageCraft, and Veeam sat down with their partners in this exclusive ARN roundtable to discuss security issues around Cloud migration, and ways partners can monopolise in this space.
What we learned at the ARN Emerging Leaders Forum
ARN’s inaugural Emerging Leaders Forum was designed to identify, educate, and showcase high-performing individuals in the ICT industry. ARN editor, James Henderson, examines the key messages and takeaways.
Converged infrastructure takes a step up
This roundtable discusses the trends in the converged infrastructure space, in addition to some of the latest in technology advancements and market opportunities for service providers in Australia.
Hybrid Cloud – The way forward
ARN deputy editor, Hafizah Osman, takes a look at the viability of the hybrid Cloud model, and speaks to channel leaders about the benefits and partner opportunities.
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