Increased competition is nothing new, but none have been as formidable as this as the titans of industry cast a very long shadow across the channel.
Intalock has acted on plans to expand capabilities across Australia, through a double senior leadership hire and potential merger deal.
US-headquartered networking equipment vendor Extreme Networks is reviewing its distribution partners in the region after completing three acquisitions.
Toshiba has said that China regulators have approved the US$18 billion sale of its chip unit to a consortium led by U.S. private equity firm Bain Capital.
Dour current-quarter forecasts indicate that the company's transition to a software-focused business remaines a work in progress.
Telstra has announced a deal with Rabobank Australia and New Zealand that will see the telco's SD-WAN solution deployed across the Tasman.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise unveils plans to acquire Plexxi, a software-defined specialist capable of bolstering the vendor’s hybrid cloud capabilities.
Kaspersky Lab will move and store all Australian users' data from Russia to a new data centre in Zurich, Switzerland.
Thomas Duryea Logicalis has delivered a new platform designed specifically for the Shellharbour Civic Centre, opened in January.
Extreme Networks has officially named former senior network consultant Julian Critchlow as its channel manager for Australia and New Zealand.
Swift Networks has won a deal, in partnership with Telstra, to roll out fresh wireless network infrastructure for Australian gold miner St Barbara.
For more than a decade, security specialists have collectively called for legislative reform. Now the time has arrived, Enosys is taking a lead role.
This Synnex Alliance roadshow, in association with Google and Microsoft, started with the end-user and worked back to define the notion of value, outlining the lucrative partner opportunities ahead in 2018.
The past year has seen a flurry of acquisitions, sales, consolidations and business transformations in the local tech sector; ARN takes a look at the company name changes and rebrands across the Australian channel that have resulted from all this activity.
Network gear maker Cisco Systems is pulling all online ads from YouTube due to fears of the ads appearing on sensitive content on the platform.
Any organisation selling through the channel today needs to rely heavily upon a digital interface. But most partner portals do not work well.
Every channel leader is looking to generate greater commitments but most struggle with building partner enthusiasm and energy behind such sales and growth strategies.
Nexus IT and Communications Solutions, an IT consultancy firm established in 1997, has scaled the business down to one staff member, Sean Murphy.
The channel came together for the third running of the ARN Emerging Leaders Forum in Australia, created to provide a program that identifies, educates and showcases the upcoming talent of the ICT industry.
RingCentral expands into Asia Pacific through the opening of an Australian office and the appointment of a regional channel leader in Ben Swanson.
Since its inception in 2007, TeleApps has become a rising star in the Australian communications space. Delivering corporate telephony, unified communications, collaboration, corporate networking, security, telco and WAN services, TeleApps operates in one of the most mission-critical technology spaces to Australian businesses - if the communications platforms go down, the entire business suffers.. Read more