The program that involves a shift away from CAPEX is expected to open up opportunities for the ICT industry
European contender in the mix as channel speculation continues.
Dicker Data is intensifying its storage play in Australia, having signed a distribution deal with Pure Storage.
An influx of disruptive technologies and factors will force dramatic changes in the data centre, impacting how the channel goes to market.
- Doing business the Dicker Data way
- Diamond ICT develops TechOps team to bolster managed services offering
- Cisco reshuffles local channel pack
- Dicker Data takes on entire Dell EMC portfolio
- How Data#3 delivered 40 years of success
- WD aims to tame growing data needs with latest enterprise SAS SSD
- Google goes all in on cloud with new local channel chief
- NCI spends big on Fujitsu/NetApp and HPE systems in supercomputing deal
- IPO off the table for Officeworks
- Nutanix recovers from HPE snub to strike IBM partnership
- HPE demos ‘The Machine’: Prototype 160TB memory-centric computer
- Start-up Spotlight - Meet the emerging tech businesses of Australia
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Channel comes together as ARN launches inaugural After Hours in Melbourne
Ingram Micro kicks off Ingram Experience 2017 roadshow in Melbourne
ARN kicks off Awards season with 2017 Judges' Lunch
Channel treated to a touch of tangerine as NEXTGEN hosts Summer Party 2017
What will be Alibaba’s next tech channel play in A/NZ?
StorageCraft celebrates high achievers at its inaugural A/NZ Partner Awards
Extreme said it expects the Avaya and Brocade deals to push its revenues to over $1 billion for its Fiscal 2018
The new solid-state memory fills a growing niche in the data center for processing transactional data
Even so, IT vendors are rolling out blockchain-based capabilities, often in response to high levels of customer interest
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The T3 SSD is far more robust than its predecessor, the T1.