Richard Fink departs after one year on the role.
Mobility and Wireless
Microsoft won't provide Windows 10 updates such as the Creators Update to hardware that's no longer supported by its manufacturer.
The new investment is company’s largest regional capital expenditure program in its 25-year history.
Just how forgetful must Google be when applying the "right to be forgotten" created by a 2014 European Union court ruling?
- ACCC puts big four telcos on notice over broadband speed claims
- Expert Microsoft consultants enter Kiwi channel through collaborative play
- ASI Solutions flying high following record-breaking financials
- Adelaide commuters could get free Wi-Fi by December
- AI and automation trigger rise in temporary Aussie tech jobs
- Swap or go: Telstra workers’ redundancy conundrum
- Optus slams proposal to levy “broadband tax” on business services
- Darren Adams leaves Tech Data
- ANZ serves up Samsung Pay
- Start-up Spotlight - Meet the new players shaking up the Aussie channel
- The top 10 tech to disrupt the IT landscape
- Tech companies to face new encrypted messaging laws
Perth partners turn out in force for Synnex Alliance 2017 kick-off
Veritas honours top performing trans-Tasman partners
Inside Ingram Micro Experience 2017
Insights and mentoring take centre stage at ARN Emerging Leaders Forum
How can the channel create margin through mobility?
Examining the changing job scene in the Aussie channel
IDC pegs Chromebook shipments at 1.6M for Q1, versus 1.2M Mac notebooks
The problematic Dell Foundation Services tool might have updated itself on systems bought before August
But companies might not save as much as expected by pushing hardware costs off to employees
Telsyte predicts a coming wave of touchscreen desktops will hit the local market
After two years of decline, tablets are now deemed as cost-effective for both entertainment and productivity purposes
Intel chips for low-end tablets could be axed as part of the company's restructuring
Company's top U.S. exec doesn't admit defects actually caused fires, however
Feds point to 'fire hazard;' Customers can decide to get refund or replacement
U.S. consumer product safety agency is working with Samsung over formal recall