Partner success in the months ahead will be dependent on state, sector and solution, as the channel carves out new pockets of customer opportunity across Australia.
The shift to a new working reality was well underway before COVID-19 struck and will continue to be driven forward once things get back to a new normal — a state of play that will work well for partners playing in the UC space.
This exclusive ARN Roundtable, held in association with Microsoft, examined some of the top ways partners can adapt to and thrive in today’s cloud-focused channel.
How can Australian partners take advantage of a changing data protection landscape?
This exclusive ARN Roundtable, in association with Symantec and Arrow ECS ANZ, outlined how partners can assume trusted advisor status in a cloud-centric market.
This exclusive ARN Roundtable, in association with Symantec and Arrow ECS ANZ, examined the state of play in cloud security across Australia.
Customers across Australia are increasing investment around data centre migration and expansion, as end-user money floods into the infrastructure market.
Leading technology executives from Accenture; Arrow ECS ANZ; Capgemini; Deloitte; EY; KPMG and PwC debate innovation in Australia.
This exclusive ARN Roundtable - in association with NBN Co - explored how partners can deliver customer value through a changing technology landscape.
As the early rush to the cloud settles into considered deployments, a hybrid state of adoption is emerging across Australia.
In a world defined by digital, Australian business strategies are exposed and under threat, either disrupted through innovation, or dismantled by deception.
There’s a new buyer in town, with the CIO no longer the sole decision maker in the purchasing process.
As the front-line operates in a rapidly changing market, partners remained challenged by manual processes and legacy systems clogging up time and resources.
With the customer impact of impending new legislation unclear in Australia, security-focused partners are assessing ways to capitalise.
As digital transformation takes shape, customers are turning to the channel to create an innovative edge through managed services.
In looking ahead to the future of the data centre, a software-defined reality is emerging.
The increasingly mobile workforce continues to place new strains on static Australian businesses.
Digital is an ambitious and complex term to interpret - but what are the implications within the context of the Australian channel?
This ARN roundtable outlined the new technologies coming to play and the strategies required for ongoing success.
In response to turbulent industry times, MSPs must diversify to differentiate.
The need for transformation has never been greater. World Economic Forum research suggests that by 2022, a full 60 per cent of global GDP will be derived from digital sources. Organisations that lack the capacity to engage with their customers in this way will find themselves pushed right to the periphery.. Read more