Dell Technologies has reported a 19 per cent year-on-year revenue surge for the three months ending 4 May, but the debt burden remains a challenge.
Toshiba has completed the US$18 billion sale of its chip unit to a consortium led by Bain Capital, with the Japanese tech giant repurchasing a substantial stake in the business.
Nominations are now open for the ARN Innovation Awards, with the new-look awards reflecting the changing dynamics of the Australian channel.
Data#3 has been awarded a $1.69 million contract to replace the Western Australia Public Transport Authority's Dell EMC block storage area network.
DXC Technology’s business in Australia pulled in revenues of just over US$1.69 billion (A$2.26 billion) for the company’s financial year ending March.
Capgemini has appointed Olaf Pietschner as head of Australia and New Zealand, replacing the outgoing Nicolas Aidoud in the process.
Pure Storage has unveiled its new channel partner program, which comes with two tiers and a host of fresh training, certifications and incentives.
Public cloud may be casting a shadow over Dell Technologies’ margins, according to industry analysts.
Disk imaging backup, system disaster recovery and virtualisation software vendor ActiveImage has made its way to Australia, with StorageCraft's Richard Giddey leading the charge.
IBM Storage Insights is a new AI and cloud-based storage management platform that’s designed to give users a fast view of storage capacity and performance.
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.
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.
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.
The DTA is calling for enterprise storage providers to step up and offer their wares as it works to establish its new hardware procurement marketplace.
Any organisation selling through the channel today needs to rely heavily upon a digital interface. But most partner portals do not work well.
A clamor for more video content from consumers is underpinning buoyant sales for memory-chip makers.
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.
Dicker Data outlined the key opportunities for partners within the evolving Internet of Things (IoT) market in Australia, through a series of interactive sessions across Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.
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