ARN welcomed 2017 inductees - Karl Sice; Ronnie Altit and Warren Nolan - to the annual running of the ARN Hall of Fame lunch, held at 12-Micron in Sydney.
Brisbane-based Macquarie Technology Group International and its director have been once again penalised for unfairly dismissing an employee.
Many technology service providers are experiencing ‘long sales cycles’. But how long is long?
We assess the cloud spending patterns of customers through profiling readers of CIO, Computerworld, CSO, InfoWorld, ITworld and Network World publications.
Vita Group is betting on a new Telstra strategy which would see the retail licensee operate fewer points of presence across significantly expanded territories.
Challenging market dynamics created by the NBN rollout and increasing mobile competition have impacted Telstra’s earnings and net profit.
This Synnex Alliance 2018 roadshow, in association with Google and Microsoft, assessed the key opportunities ahead for partners in Australia.
Australian electronics retailer JB Hi-Fi said annual underlying profit rose 12.3 per cent, beating expectations in the process.
Following industry analysis covering the why aspect of the deal, key questions now centre around the feasibility of such an agreement.
Wesfarmers is likely to say in its upcoming earnings report that annual sales are higher than ever before, despite the arrival of Amazon.
More than 90 golfers teed off on the iconic Hamilton Island Golf Club for the fourth running of the EDGE Cup, in association with HP.
More than 300 technology executives across Australia and New Zealand came together for Dinner Under the Hangar, as EDGE 2018 progressed to new levels on Hamilton Island.
Samsung's Galaxy S7 smartphones contain a microchip security flaw, uncovered earlier this year, that has put tens of millions of devices at risk.
ASI Solutions has reported revenues of $84.5 million during the past 12 months, driven by the addition of net new customers.
HP has appointed Mike Boyle as managing director of HP South Pacific, replacing Rob Mesaros who assumed a regional role in April.
Cyber security, cloud and the Internet of Things dominated proceedings on day two of Ingram Micro One in Singapore, in front of more than 1700 delegates.
Partners, vendors and distributors connected to drive new business growth through a series of structured icebreaker, deal-breaker and one-on-one sessions. Leveraging a collaborative and educational environment, such sessions provided the foundation for the channel to connect, learn and collaborate within the wider ecosystem.
More than 1700 business leaders from across Asia Pacific descended on Marina Bay Sands as part of a newly launched regional channel conference held in Singapore.
Partners from across Australia and New Zealand came together through a series of in-depth breakout sessions, featuring technology Influencers and channel leaders, to assess the end-user priorities in 2018 and beyond.
A computer virus outbreak at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing could delay chip shipments for Apple’s new iPhones.