Nominations have been extended for the upcoming awards program at the ARN Emerging Leaders Forum in 2017.
3D printing: News
Regular get together is open to C-level partners, distributors and vendors based in Melbourne.
Investment increases across devices, software and IT services but data centre spending stalls.
In this newly created column, ARN examines the future channel strategies of vendors across Australia.
ARN kick-started the 2017 awards season with its annual Judges’ Lunch in Sydney, welcoming current and new judges to the panel. Set for September 14, the ARN ICT Industry Awards will honour the channel across vendor, distributor and partner categories, while also rewarding outstanding individuals and their achievements. Photos by Maria Stefina.
Technology purchases from line of business budgets forecast to grow faster than purchases funded by the IT organisation.
ARN examines the tech start-ups rising to prominence across the country.
Stratasys is donating a 3D printer to five Veterans Affairs hospitals to enable the development of custom orthotics, prostheses and anatomical models.
Ford said it is testing a new 3D printer capable of making car parts of unlimited size and shape, which the automaker said will enable it to reduce the cost of manufacturing and the weight of its vehicles.
Channel ready and waiting with mass uptake expected within 12 months.
Check out what's coming up in the February issue of ARN magazine...
Digital transformation is expected to attain "macroeconomic scale" over the next few years, changing the way enterprises in Australia operate and reshaping the local economy. As a result, IDC has published its top 10 technology predictions for the local market, as local businesses and IT partners enter a future dominated by the "digital transformation economy".
The New Year brings the usual new round of humdrum technology predictions, glaringly general, unashamedly safe and perpetually predictable. But while the industry no longer sees value in “cloud is now the norm” type projections, value can be found in following developments of the year previous, analysing behaviours and patterns to formulate a plan for the 12 months ahead. Consequently, here’s the top tech storylines to follow in Australia during 2017.
In light of striking business and technological shifts, the channel is churning at a rapid rate - partners must learn from the past to prepare for the future.
Artificial intelligence startups will be big next year, along with startups in cybersecurity, chatbots, VR and legalized recreational marijuana, according to experts.
CIO Editor-in-Chief, Byron Connolly, provides a month-by-month look back at who and what made news in 2016 from a buyer perspective.
Centred around ‘The Future Channel’, EDGE 2017 will play host to over 250 high-level ICT industry executives from both sides of the Tasman.
For vendors, distributors and partners, 2016 revealed a few rather hard truths for the local channel.
ARN looks back on a tumultuous 12 months for the Australian channel, assessing the fallout from a year of sizeable industry change. Whether it be local or global mergers and acquisitions, public splits or job changes, the channel that started the year differs somewhat to the one set to finish it - ARN assesses the key moments that made 2016.
Check out what's coming up in the December issue of ARN magazine...
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