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Avoiding the VM zombies
Many organisations believe virtual machine (VM) sprawl isn't an issue for their infrastructure, but the dynamic nature of virtualisation can create an army of walking dead VM’s.
19 Nov 2014
Polaroid-style prints for iPhone and Android in the works
No WiFi, no Bluetooth. Users simply have to plug the device into their smartphone, snap a picture, and then print instantly; "any time, anywhere".
14 Nov 2014
Who is Pure Storage and what makes them unique?
Pure Storage is part of a new breed of enterprise storage vendors. It is focused on innovation and specialise in flash storage systems for enterprise organisations.
11 Nov 2014
Technology's worst Xmas cracker jokes...!
Whether it be mocking Apple fanboys, making slanderous claims against Samsung or kicking BlackBerry while they are down, here’s our best of the worst tech cracker jokes...
25 Dec 2013
Renaissance director Robert Bijl resigns
After holding a position on the board since March this year, representing the interests of the late Murray Wood, director Robert Bijl has resigned from his post.
06 Aug 2013
Fairfax Magazines to close NZ tech titles
Company resigns the licences, owned by IDG, to publish technology titles Computerworld, Reseller News and PC World.
16 Jun 2013
Warcraft wants casting ideas for movie
A Warcraft movie has been a long time in the making but Blizzard high-ups have asked for casting ideas to speed up the process.
02 Oct 2012
Get rejected as often as you can
I have run countless sales training courses over the years and I never tire of them. The very early stage 101 courses are my favourite. Sitting in front of me are eager young men and women, staring nervously up at me wondering at what stage they will received the ‘anointed oils’ and be able to hit the phones and pound the streets with confidence.
03 Jul 2012
Dell’s ambitions in the network switching space
We uncover what the humongous vendor has planned to shake up the networking category.
18 Jun 2012
The terror of doing something different – Part Two
So how did Jim do?
08 Jun 2012
The terror of doing something different to succeed - Part One
Doing things differently can be scary, but could also lead you to success.
28 May 2012
Tone is Queen
Content is King but language and tone are the Queens - get the tone right to increase sales.
21 May 2012
Don't bug me: I'm the CEO
CEOs no longer care about you or what you have to say.
30 Apr 2012
Money is not important
But what it buys is.
23 Apr 2012
Hire me, learn from me, buy from me or get out of my way
Is it time for New Zealand businesses to adopt a new attitude?
16 Apr 2012
Get over yourself and start selling
Sean McDonald takes a look at the challenges of having to sell something when you think you can't.
02 Apr 2012
Now is the time to take your sales force mobile
Why the excuses to avoid moving to mobile technology don't add up.
20 Mar 2012
Closing the deal in New Zealand
Is your sales team being too nice or not using the right technology to engage with your clients? Sean McDonald has some suggestions that may help.
19 Mar 2012
News: halogen-free power cables, education event predictions, Skype 5.5 beta, and more!
As a part of Apple's continued push towards greener electronics, a company called Volex is making the move to halogen-free power cables.
16 Jan 2012
The art of helping people buy
With modern clients savvy to traditional closing tricks, here's how salespeople can make sure they seal the deal.
05 Dec 2011
IT Brief March theme revealed
The theme for the upcoming March edition of IT Brief is ‘Human Capital’ and how your staff is the lifeblood of your organisation.
05 Mar 2010
Ingram Micro signs on Cisco's Flip Video
Cisco today announced the appointment of Ingram Micro as an Australia and New Zealand distributor of its Flip Video digital camcorders.
27 Oct 2009
Sennheiser SK Gaming Headphones
European company Sennheiser Communications have been a respected supplier of audio equipment since they started over five decades ago.
01 Oct 2005