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Avaya makes SDN easier at the edge
Avaya has introduced an open SDN architecture which it says is the first to deliver a ‘connect anything, anywhere’ simplicity'.
Intralinks expands Enterprise Fabric Partner Ecosystem
"Through this partnership, mobile and cloud collaboration can now truly intersect without compromising enterprise security or user experience.”
Agile business continuity now available for MSPs
LogicNow is touting the release of a new version of its hybrid cloud backup and disaster recovery solution as equipping MSPs to upgrade customers.
Internet of Things: Why identity is critical to success
Resellers take note: the devil is in the detail for the IoT and its success will rest on managing identities and access.
Smartphones: Could bigger screens herald the end of tablets?
The concomitant move towards bigger screens in smartphone handsets may be about to throw a further spanner in the works.
Blamsung: why it would make sense for Samsung to buy BlackBerry
While the rumours of a takeover by Samsung of struggling BlackBerry were quickly hosed down by the companies concerned, such a move would make perfect sense for both.
Balanced Deployment: why the ‘where’ of printing is important
In short, Balanced Deployment means putting printing and imaging technology within reach of everyone who needs it.
2degrees founder’s rumblings over ComCom mobile market monitoring
2degrees founder comes out swinging, saying the Commerce Commission is asleep at the wheel and has produced faulty information
Is the age of the mega tech company drawing to a close?
With news out this week that HP is to split into two closely followed by a similar announcement from Symantec, it could be time to ponder whether or not mega-corporations still make sense in the technology business.
Is all well in VCE-land? Potential wobbly for converged infrastructure company
Rumours that Cisco is to limit its future involvement in VCE have been quickly hosed down by the networking giant.
Will an extra two inches make any difference for Apple?
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s rumours that Apple may have a 12-inch convertible tablet in its skunkworks, chatter is suggesting the possibility of a similarly sized tablet to join the regular iPad and the iPad mini.
Young boffin finds use for Android smartwatch
While there is a young boffin and while he has done something amazing, the jury is still out – way out – on whether or not it is a useful something.
Rumoured Apple hybrid boosts Surface strategy
With its flailing Surface, Microsoft is pushing the notion that people want a single device instead of the practically ubiquitous ‘laptop plus tablet’ combination
Meet Windows 10’s biggest competitor: Windows 7
The most exciting thing about the imminent introduction of Windows 10 is that Microsoft skipped number 9. Early previews of the operating system show a rejiggered interface which brings it closer to the Windows 7
HP takes huge step - a split is coming
Rumours that HP is to split into two have been confirmed by the company itself.
Meet the Big Data professionals (it’s not who you think)
Reckon the top users of Big Data are the likes of banks, consumer products companies and mass marketers? Maybe so, but there’s another industry altoge
Netflix: Not only a danger to the neighbourhood video shop
Forget about video stores being under siege by Netflix. It looks like streaming video services which go up against the market leader might be the first to hit the wall. That could be the lesson emerging as Verizon puts the kibosh on its video on demand service in the USA.
Kiwis fall foul of Twitter’s dark side
Any time you use a social media service, it provides an additional opportunity for spammers, scammers and malicious masterminds to take advantage.
Headwinds for Baboom as Dotcom calls it quits
After the expensive fiasco of the Internet Party which resulted in a declaration that his brand was ‘poisonous’, Kim Dotcom has sold his share in the proposed Baboom music streaming service.
Paying too much for telecoms
Chances are, your company is forking out more than it should for telecommunications.
Dirty politics enabled by technology
In the wake of the launch of Nicky Hager’s latest book, it has become apparent is that ‘Dirty Politics’ is enabled in an unprecedented fashion by technology in general and social media in particular.
Where is the government's UFB rollout up to
In a recent update, Chorus says New Zealand is ranked first for growth in fibre coverage from 2012 to 2013 worldwide.
Slice of Silicon Valley History coming to NZ with your help
What better way for an IT museum to raise money than by leveraging technology itself? Startup Techvana, which intends to become New Zealand’s first and likely only public repository of the techie stuff from yesteryear
How social media lost the New Zealand election
In the wake of the 2014 general election, it could be time for companies and political parties alike to take a fresh look at social media.
Is 3D dead…again?
3D presentations have enjoyed a regular cycle of boom and bust and right now, the future of 3D television is looking increasingly like a passing fad.
Pentech: Where people matter...
For Wellington-based national networking and communications specialist Pentech, nothing could be more straightforward than its focus on people, a principle which applies equally to the company’s team of professionals and its clients.
More on me: Deidre Steyn, ICONZ Webvisions
It may have been a long and winding road to get there, but for Deidre Steyn, the technology industry was always going to be a natural fit for her talents.
More on me: Mark Petrie, Snap
Straight out of school, Mark Petrie hit the information and communications technology industry.
More on me: Victor Tsai, Dynamic Supplies
No matter what business you’re in, you’re in the people business. That’s one of Victor Tsai’s firmly held principles which he has put to good use in his role as National Sales and Marketing Manager for Dynamic Supplies.
More on me: Simon Smith, APC by Schneider Electric
An enduring interest in technology coincided with the rise of personal computing for the masses and that, in a nutshell, is how Simon Smith, Regional Manager, NZ and South Pacific at APC by Schneider Electric, came to be where he is today