Westcon-Comstor signs key deal with Amazon Web Services
Westcon-Comstor has announced it has strengthened its commitment to Amazon Web Services Marketplace through a new agreement.
Synspective's satellite data to aid Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan in disaster mitigation
Japanese firm Synspective partners with Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan for disaster management, utilising SAR satellite data to predict and mitigate natural catastrophes.
AvePoint partners with Microsoft to expand New Zealand data residency offerings
AvePoint joins hands with Microsoft to bolster New Zealand's data residency solutions, simplifying Copilot adoption for firms.
Westcon-Comstor becomes first distributor to deliver Zscaler services in EMEA
Westcon-Comstor is the first distributor authorised to deliver Zscaler services across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA).
Air India extends partnership with Amadeus for domestic content
Building on an existing agreement, Air India has extended its partnership with Amadeus to include local domestic content for travel sellers at points of sale.
How technology resellers can optimise revenue streams
As the IT and telecommunications sector in Australia continues to thrive, the role of technology resellers will become even more crucial.
Seeing Machines & Collins Aerospace working on critical Aviation safety tech
Seeing Machines and Collins Aerospace have teamed up to develop a pioneering fatigue detection solution for the commercial aviation industry.
FUJIFILM Business Innovation announces first partner in growth initiative
Fujifilm Business Innovation New Zealand selects Central Business Innovation as its first official Growth Partner.
Tata Communications seals acquisition of global CPaaS player Kaleyra
Tata Communications acquires global CPaaS player Kaleyra, bolstering cutting-edge customer interaction capabilities.
Kaspersky and TSplus sign MoU to develop cyber immune virtual desktop solutions
Kaspersky and TSplus partner to create Cyber Immune Virtual Desktop solutions, strengthening remote work security.
Downing Street eyes creation of 'AI Safety Institute' amidst risks
Downing Street considering the establishment of an 'AI Safety Institute' to address risks of frontier AI. International collaboration urged.
Cylera strengthens cybersecurity partnership with NHS Trust
Cylera partners with Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust for three years, enhancing healthcare IoT cybersecurity.
Discovery partners with Google NZ to showcase Newshub content
Warner Bros Discovery ANZ and Google have partnered to feature Newshub content on Google News Showcase, broadening its reach significantly.
Schneider Electric and Hewlett Packard Enterprise boost IT solutions
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has signed an agreement with Schneider Electric to provide customers in Asia Pacific with sustainable IT products and services.
Cloudera signs Strategic Collaboration Agreement with AWS
Cloudera, the data company for trusted enterprise artificial intelligence (AI), has signed a Strategic Collaboration Agreement with Amazon Web Services.
Final Dick Smith stores fall as Move Airport stores close
Dick Smith's final four stores have fallen, with receivers announcing the immediate closure of four Move Airport stores after asset sale failure.
Wynyard inks $27 million deal with national security bureau
The Auckland-based company will provide its security solutions to help the bureau solve high consequence crime, security and big data problems.
Weak global demand weighs on New Zealand sheep, cattle prices
Weakening demand in China and Europe, combined with the impact of a nine-month port strike on the US West Coast, have eroded farmgate prices for sheep.
TechEd LIVE: Startups must think smart, and write it down...
At TechEd, experts urge startups to document ideas early; launching Back of a Napkin app to prevent legal pitfalls.
Vodafone delivers five-year networking solution to NZ Post
A new agreement between New Zealand Post and Vodafone will lead to a complete redesign of New Zealand Post’s network services.
Lenovo leaves IBM takeover table
Companies call off negotiations following a disagreement over the valuation of IBM's X86 server business.
Maclean Computing 'frustrated' by conspiracy theories
Chris Maclean, chief executive of Maclean Computing, has spoken out against ‘conspiracy theories’ surrounding the demise of the company, which went into liquidation last month.
The good leasing guide for CIOs
Leading leasing equipment leasing company Equico provides guidance to businesses on how they can avoid any hidden surprises and get the most out of their leasing contracts.
Climate change: getting warmer...
The UN climate change conference in Cancun marks a new beginning, with agreements on funding and clean energy.