Industry insider news for Australia's technology resellers
These search results are from across the Techday network of sites
Hands-on review: FitBit Charge HR
You’ve undoubtedly heard about the fitness measurement craze that’s underway - FitBit has a brilliant device to help you get through.
Techday's regional vision for 2016
There were monumental changes at Techday in 2015 and there are no signs of the growth slowing in 2016.
Zebra warns a crossroads is approaching for mobile strategies worldwide
The Windows Embedded operating systems that run on more than 15 million mobile devices globally, reach end-of-support within five years.
Hands-on review: Microsoft Surface Pro 4
Microsoft has outdone itself with this device. The kickstand is a simple but killer feature and sets it apart from other tablet devices.
What is OpenFlow and why should you care?
Network switch manufacturers traditionally competed on the speed, features and software running and monitoring their products - change is in the air.
The channel consolidator is looking for new merger prospects
New Zealand Technology Group (NZTG) is on the lookout for companies to join its fold, offering prospective partners scale and backend services.
Hands-on review: QNAP TVS-871T Thunderbolt NAS Drive
We’ve reviewed a number of NAS Drives over the years. This one is really quite different.
Hands-on review: Asus AC3100 RT-AC88U Router & WiFi Access Point for gamers
Well done Asus, this is a superb device and I can see gamers or those watching 4K video getting superior performance right out of the box.
New SDN player sees Kiwi market potential
After significant progress in larger areas, this week Nuage Networks officially launched locally and New Zealand has been identified as a focal point.
Why SDN will change your network forever
Although relatively low-profile, SDN is a force which many in the industry reckon will change your network – and indeed your business – forever.
Allied Telesis brings its next-generation firewall to NZ market
It’ll be interesting to see if Allied Telesis can transition its success in New Zealand in the switching category into the security space.
Hands-on review - AOC 27” I2777FQ Monitor
Recently we bought some new monitors for our office. The model we choose for our sales team is an AOC 27” I2777FQ.
Hands-on review: Thecus N5810Pro 5 bay Linux NAS Drive
NAS Drives are like shopping for hardware or stationery - they sound boring but are actually really fun.
Hands-on review: iLuv Bluetooth Aud Mini Speaker with LED Light Show
I’ve tried a lot of Bluetooth speakers and many are almost identical. Finally, I’ve found something completely different.
Hands-on Review: CleverLoop Security Surveillance System
CleverLoop is a video surveillance and security system that is built with smartphones and the modern digital world in mind.
The importance of GIS in our modern lives
GIS's applications go way beyond being a system of record for assets. Instead, it's changing business - and society as a whole.
Calling all South Island iPad fleet organisations
If managing all your mobile devices is becoming a hassle, Christchurch-based Rev IT may have the solution for you.
Hands-on review: Olloclip 4-in-1 Photo Lens for iPhone
If you want to dump the digital camera and just travel with one device, you’ll need some help in the lense department.
Hands-on review: AOpen Commercial ChromeBox for Digital Signage
We get hands on with a new breed of digital signage media player from AOpen.
Goodson to distribute new digital signage range in NZ
Specialist point of sale and technology distributor Goodson is to enter the booming digital signage market in New Zealand.
Hands-on review: Asustor AS6204T NAS Drive
NAS Drives can be an invaluable central storage device and there's almost nothing the Asustor AS6204T NAS Drive can't do thanks to the available apps.
Dicker Data and Aerohive turn focus on enterprise
Aerohive is ramping up its focus on the New Zealand enterprise as it looks to take on Aruba and other enterprise wireless brands.
Hands-on review: Paessler PRTG Network Monitoring Tool
The solution seems ideally sized for the New Zealand market, with support for small organisations and scalability right up into enterprise.
The evolution of the digital classroom: From OHPs to Smart's Kapp IQ
As schools are redeveloped, new schools built and new teachers trained, the buzz is around student-led learning.