Tech giant reveals revamped event line-up in Australia.
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NEXTDC has turned on its second national interconnection service to public cloud provider outside Sydney.
Despite an infinite amount of reasons behind why businesses pursue merger talks, it essentially always boils down to two considerations.
Innovation within the Australian channel has once again been recognised on a worldwide scale.
Australia’s IT and telco industry workers are set to get the most generous salary increases this year, according to new research.
Launceston will become the country’s first gigabit city thanks to a rollout by local telco, Launtel.
One of the founders of Optus, Terry Winters is set to join the board of Tasmanian service provider, TasmaNet.
Following a hectic start to 2017, the changing job scene in Australia has showed no sign of slowing down, with a host of appointments, departures and reshuffles across vendor, distributor and reseller businesses. As a result, here’s a refreshed run down of who is working where in the channel.
European contender in the mix as channel speculation continues.
Following another bumper round of financials, the Australian-born distributor is at a crossroads.
Tara Ridley takes the reins as Jason Brouwers heads up commercial sales business.
From a Brisbane garage to the ASX, ARN charts the rise of one of Australia’s leading ICT providers.
Singtel Optus has reported lacklustre yearly results, flagging poor performance from its enterprise business.
Cisco has revealed plans to cut a further 1100 jobs from its global footprint.
First local deal brings vendor’s existing partners into the Wavelink fold.
Partners with Broadsoft for cloud-based solution with mix of mobile and fixed line telephony.
ARN examines the tech start-ups rising to prominence across the country.
Burton to exit Big Blue after almost two years.
How the Federal Government’s big budget IT projects are making Canberra a cash cow for Australia’s IT contractors.
Cisco is betting that the future of unified communications will be in natural voice recognition, with its acquisition of San Francisco-based AI startup, MindMeld.
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