CSG has found itself in a legal tussle over alleged contract breaches after terminating the employment of a former regional GM last year.
Apple’s newest OS for iPhones and iPads introduces changes to its marketplace for third-party software to satisfy app developers.
A host of industry figures came together to celebrate the opening of a new Sydney office for Oreta, as the technology provider continues to expand across the country.
Dicker Data welcomed over 700 partners to TechX 2017 in Brisbane, 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.
Upgrades should require 'little or no refactoring' for most projects, but there are some breaking changes
Since launching full throttle into the A/NZ marketplace, Cylance has been on a mission to propel its growth in the market through its channel network.
Nokia will start to book additional revenue after a court ruling on payments from South Korea's LG for using its smartphone patents.
The SA Govt is calling on partners to pitch in on its plans to refresh its existing arrangements for the provision of mainframe services.
Telstra honours top performing partners across the channel in Australia, recognising excellence from a host of emerging and established businesses.
Faces fixed-line residential broadband margin erosion resulting from the introduction of the NBN.
Infront unveils plans to capitalise on the government’s launch of its cloud-first strategy and IT procurement reform initiatives, through Innovation Exchange.
Hackers broke into Piriform’s CCleaner software last month, potentially allowing them to control the devices of millions of users.
From smart but sulky light bulbs to the Chisnovian data blockade, ISOC has imagined how the future of the internet might take a wrong turn, and makes recommendations for how we can set things right.
When Chrome 64 is released in late January 2018, it will largely mark the end of auto-playing audio on websites.
John Chambers, who served two decades as CEO of Cisco, will be leaving the tech giant's board of directors this year.
John Chambers, who served two decades as CEO of Cisco and for the last two years has been executive chairman, announced today that he will be leaving Cisco’s board of directors this year. Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins will become chairman of the board.
Micro Focus on a mission to get the partner community educated about who, and what, the combined entity has to offer.
Sydney-based distributor, DNA Connect, has signed with German software vendor, vast limits, to offer its uberAgent application in Australia.
Optus has joined Telstra in the eSIM technology stakes, launching its Optus Number Share offering.
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