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  • Cloud has levelled the customer playing field, and that's a problem for partners

    Cloud has levelled the customer playing field, and that's a problem for partners

    This exclusive ARN Roundtable, in association with Arrow ECS ANZ, F5 Networks, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Oracle, detailed how partners can deliver the next wave of innovation within the cloud, standing out from a crowded marketplace to capitalise on the need for customer differentiation.

    Cloud has levelled the customer playing field, and that's a problem for partners
  • Dicker Data delves deep into digital transformation as TechX 2017 unlocks IoT opportunities

    Dicker Data delves deep into digital transformation as TechX 2017 unlocks IoT opportunities

    Dicker Data welcomed over 1,000 partners to TechX 2017 in Sydney, with leading vendors - Cisco, HP, Microsoft, Dell EMC, Lenovo and Hewlett Packard Enterprise - outlining the future opportunities around digital transformation and the Internet of Things. Photos by Maria Stefina.

    Dicker Data delves deep into digital transformation as TechX 2017 unlocks IoT opportunities
  • Defining Digital Transformation in the Australian channel

    Defining Digital Transformation in the Australian channel

    As digital initiatives move past the piloting phase and into the mainstream, new customer demands are emerging. Today, end-users are challenged to reinvent the organisation, the process or the business they operate, in the quest to become faster, nimbler and more competitive. Yet despite a drive to adopt new technologies and practices, 1 out of 3 businesses require channel help as digital transformation strategies stutter, with organisations underprepared and ill-equipped. With digital transformation sitting at the top of the agenda across almost every industry sector in Australia, the disparity between intention and execution subsequently creates new opportunities for partners across a range of verticals. This ARN roundtable - sponsored by Citrix and Tech Data - defined digital transformation in a channel context, highlighting the pockets of market potential ahead, alongside the new role of the partner in delivering on the promise of digital. Photos by Maria Stefina.

    Defining Digital Transformation in the Australian channel
  • ​Top 15 Aussie tech storylines to follow in 2017

    ​Top 15 Aussie tech storylines to follow in 2017

    The New Year brings the usual new round of humdrum technology predictions, glaringly general, unashamedly safe and perpetually predictable. But while the industry no longer sees value in “cloud is now the norm” type projections, value can be found in following developments of the year previous, analysing behaviours and patterns to formulate a plan for the 12 months ahead. Consequently, here’s the top tech storylines to follow in Australia during 2017.

    ​Top 15 Aussie tech storylines to follow in 2017
  • Why 2016 was a year to forget for these 10 vendors

    Why 2016 was a year to forget for these 10 vendors

    Whether it be technology troubles, government conflicts or declining sales, 2016 has been a year to forget for some of the industry's biggest players. ARN examines the vendors who will forever look back on 2016 as an annus horribilis.

    Why 2016 was a year to forget for these 10 vendors
  • Top 50 defining moments of the Australian channel in 2016

    Top 50 defining moments of the Australian channel in 2016

    ARN looks back on a tumultuous 12 months for the Australian channel, assessing the fallout from a year of sizeable industry change. Whether it be local or global mergers and acquisitions, public splits or job changes, the channel that started the year differs somewhat to the one set to finish it - ARN assesses the key moments that made 2016.

    Top 50 defining moments of the Australian channel in 2016

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