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  • IN PICTURES: Distribution Central over the years - a tribute (+70 photos)

    IN PICTURES: Distribution Central over the years - a tribute (+70 photos)

    The Distribution Central history goes back to when it was founded in 1992 as Firewall Systems, an IT security services provider. The company was acquired by Scott Frew and Nick Verykios in 2004, with Frew founding LAN Systems - now Westcon-Comstor - and both founding 1World Systems and Micro Networks. ​​This slideshow pays tribute to DC over the years, its co-founders, and the people that have graced both it and Frew and Verykios' associated companies. So here's some some DC party meltdowns plus plenty of history.

    IN PICTURES: Distribution Central over the years - a tribute (+70 photos)
  • IN PICTURES: Distribution Central Partner Event , Sydney (+28 photos)

    IN PICTURES: Distribution Central Partner Event , Sydney (+28 photos)

    Distribution Central partners and resellers have come together for a partner event to discuss <i>Tomorrow's Cloud and infrastructure customer</i> in Sydney. Distribution Central managing director, Nick Verykios, revealed the company's view on the infrastructure and Cloud market, while Telsyte analyst, Rodney Gedda, presented the results of a recent market study. It also included a techology panel with representatives from CommVault, Fujitsu, NetApp, Seagate (EVault), SanDisk (Fusion-io) and SimpliVity.

    IN PICTURES: Distribution Central Partner Event , Sydney (+28 photos)
  • IN PICTURES: ARN Roundtable - Don't Call Me Reseller: How the changing role of the partner affects distribution

    IN PICTURES: ARN Roundtable - Don't Call Me Reseller: How the changing role of the partner affects distribution

    ARN's latest roundtable was held in conjunction with Distribution Central, Express Data, Newlease, Westcon Group and WhiteGold Solutions at The Drawing Room in Sydney's Langham Hotel. Transformative technologies and the advent of XaaS (anything-as-a-service) are the catalysts for changing the reseller’s current business model into a service provider role. As a result, is it still fair to call distributor's partners resellers? Attendees discussed the the changes Cloud has wrought on the Channel landscape and the emergence of other transformative technologies that have changed the reseller's MO drastically. Photographs by Ian Sharp

    IN PICTURES: ARN Roundtable - Don't Call Me Reseller: How the changing role of the partner affects distribution

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