Microsoft strengthens app management with acquisition
Microsoft bolsters System Centre and OMS application management across hetrogenous OS' and multiple environments with BlueStripe acquisition.
Microsoft and NZ Catholic Education Office team up
The NZ Catholic Education Office is launching an online education network to will give more than 4,000 teachers the ability to collaborate online.
CharityWorks looks to tech sector for volunteers
New website offers to link those with technology skills with charities for volunteer work.
UXC Oxygen shoots for business support glory
UXC Oxygen is among the finalists vying for glory in this year's AUT Faculty of Business and Law Excellence in Business Support awards.
Demand running high for ICT professionals
Demand for ICT professionals is running high, with strong demand 'the new normal' for 2015 according to Peoplebank Australia.
Hands on review: Western Digital EX4100
"One of the biggest ironies of the digital age is that the more data we consume, the harder it gets to find or share anything."
Woolworths re-enters mobile reseller fray with five plans
Prepaid and data only plans will be available when Woolworths launches its Connect mobile offering on Monday.
Educators, don't get left behind in the digital age
“Technology is not going to go away, so you either embrace it or you’re going to be left behind."
Struggling tablet, 2-in-1 market: hope for Aussie?
Tthe Australian market took a ‘massive hit’ in the first quarter of 2015, but IDC says says signs of life can still be found.
ACCC seeks industry feedback on proposed iiNet sale
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is seeking industry feedback the potential impact of TPG’s proposed acquisition of iiNet.
Mobilised websites: how to get back into Google's good books
"Google may introduce varying degrees of mobile friendliness in future, but right now it’s all or nothing if you want to maintain your place in line."
Westcon and Sonus, teaming up to bring Skype for Business to Kiwis
Westcon Group and Sonus, the real-time communications vendor, have signed a distributor partnership agreement for New Zealand.
Windows Phone users: The WhatsApp wait is nearly over
WhatsApp, complete with its new VoIP capabilities, is expected to be available to Windows Phone users soon, according to latest reports.
Microbe removes reseller infrastructure woes with Eset offering
IT security distributor Microbe is taking infrastructure problems away for resellers with a new Eset MSP offering which will see Microbe as host.
BYOD and mobility boosting VoIP market
The increase in smart devices has lead to a growth the VoIP services across the growth, according to new research.
Updated: Veeam offering easy route to DRaaS for partners
Veeam is offering its Australian service provider partners a new means to offer disaster recovery-as-a-service.
How to drive success with your IT operations
“By adopting the practices of mature IT organisations IT groups can focus on projects that will drive results for the business.”
Schneider Electric broadens partnership portfolio
Schneider Electric has announced it has joined the HP Composable Infrastructure Partner Program in a move to further broaden its partnership portfolio
Brocade offering more control over OpenDaylight SDN traffic
Brocade is giving organisations more control over SDN traffic – and the reseller channel ‘greater ROI’ with its latest launch.
Telstra director jumps ship
Dimension Data has appointed former Telstra director Michael Luchich to the company’s South Australian business.
Mobile VoIP skyrocketing
"While VoLTE services certainly offer opportunities, Over-The-Top (OTT) mobile VoIP services will attract the largest revenue market shares."
AudioCodes' second quarter revenues looking bleak
AudioCodes has announced its revenues for the second quarter of 2015 are anticipated to be lower than previously estimated.
Aussie Edtech company expands into NZ to ease newsletter woes
Schoolzine enables schools to digitise their communications to parents and the wider school community and increase and monitor engagement.
Mobiles: do they really affect learning?
As mobile devices become a permanent fixture in classrooms, educators are having to compete with a host of electronic stimuli for students’ attention.