Industry insider news for Australia's technology resellers
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80,000 Aussies say goodbye to fossil fuels with a new south Australian wind farm
Installation of the turbines is scheduled to start by the end of the year, with completion foreseen by mid-2018...
Games from down under: Nvidia consolidates its support for A/NZ gaming industry
IGEA has expanded its membership, welcoming independent game developer Wicked Witch and technology company Nvidia as members...
Kiwi company spearheads legalisation of self-driving vehicles in Australia and New Zealand
A Kiwi company is establishing itself at the front of the pack in the race to help legalise self-driving vehicles...
4.5G might become irrelevant faster than you think: Apple granted license to test 5G networks
Apple conducts trials as 5G broadband looms on the horizon...
We want to download faster! Australia’s first Gigatown
Australians believe they are getting a raw deal on Wi-Fi when compared to what Kiwis have...
Drone film festival coming to A/NZ
Drone Film Festival Australia and New Zealand will screen across 11 major cities in A/NZ...
Volvo discovers that kangaroos confuse their self-driving car
Volvo research teams are still struggling to solve this uniquely Australian problem.
Negotiations launch over Australia-Hong Kong free trade deal
It’s clear that this is a crucial agreement that could have huge benefits and implications for both countries
Salesforce to establish local infrastructure in Sydney
Major infrastructure move announced by the cloud business software provider
The week that was: A wrap-up of this week's AU channel news, moves and action
A lot has gone on this week in the Australian channel, including new job appointments, distie deals and acquisitions - here's a wrap-up of the week.
Singapore big data provider Latize making it big overseas
Latize has experienced massive growth in Australia, and now after appointing a new chief strategy officer is looking to expand into the US.
Aussie organisations need to embrace change or risk failure
“Change is a universal constant, in the physical world, and in the life cycle of a business."
AU contact centre spend surpasses $500m in 2016
Recent research has revealed huge growth in the contact centre market in Australia - including the service providers showing the most potential.
TechCollect calls for Australian companies to recycle e-waste
“There is currently a lot more the corporate sector can do to take responsibility for the e-waste it generates."
Palo Alto Networks launches new cybersecurity guide for Australian execs
Palo Alto Networks is taking the cybersecurity fight to print as the company recently published its first book for Australian boards & executives.
ANZ a critical element of channel growth, says Zerto exec
“IT departments and channel partners in ANZ are ahead of the curve globally when it comes to cloud and virtualisation."
Metronode scores major customer win for its Melbourne data center
Metronode is celebrating as it announced yesterday it has signed a deal with a major, undisclosed customer for 8MW at its M2 data center in Melbourne
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New book challenges CEOs to change leadership growth
'Leaders Ready Now' is a joint project by three leadership experts at Development Dimensions International (DDI).
Aussie start-up RangeMe gears up for massive growth
Australia’s RangeMe, the online marketplace that connects retailers with suppliers, has caught the attention of serial US entrepreneurs.
Liferay teams up with Object Consulting to target Australian marketplace
“Object’s experience in Java and digital business transformation aligns well to the strengths inherent in the Liferay platform."
FirstWave tackles $3 billion enterprise issue
“The solution we've developed is designed to detect and block various ‘whaling’ attacks, specifically to protect a company’s C-Level executives."
Subscription economy driving significant shift for Aussie businesses
“The survey results highlight the increasing pressure coming to bear on Australian businesses as a direct result of changing consumer demands.
Poor customer service costing Aussie businesses $11 billion a year
"This research highlights the considerable impact that customers have on a business’s success. Customer experience is the key differentiator."