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Fortinet Introduces “System-on-a-Chip” (SOC) Architecture at Breakthrough Price Point
New FortiGate-60C Multi-Threat Security Appliances First to Employ New Architecture; the High Performance Appliances Also Bring Storage Expansion and 3G Connectivity to Customers
Ingram signs "any size" EFTPOS deal
New deal aimed at resellers needing an EFTPOS solution of any size.
Ingram offers Altiris training
Qualification picked up to offer Altiris training to Symantec resellers.
Microsoft partner finalists announced
Microsoft New Zealand has unveiled the finalists for the 2010 New Zealand Partner Awards.
Rumours, rumours, rumours
As a new week starts the rumours continue to swirl in the local IT space.
Investigation: Who funds whose salary?
The Channel looks at the topic of funded BDMs and vendor desks.
Comworth launches "valuable tool" for resellers
New website, designed to dazzle, goes live on July 1st after successful beta testing.
Receivers appointed to distributor
The tough economic environment has claimed another scalp, this time not in the form of an acquisition or merger, but receivership.
Ingram MD shoots down direct rumours
New Zealand's largest distributor has told The Channel it has absolutely no plans to sell direct to end users.
HP hails decade's "first major architectural upgrade"
The company has unveiled new integrity solutions that it says represent the first major architectural upgrade for Integrity Superdome in a decade.
Exclusive: NewLease targets 100 NZ partners
The software services subscription-licensing firm has told The Channel that it aims to go from 40 partners to 100 by the end of the year.
Lenovo signs tier-2 channel BDM for New Zealand
Robert van der Harst has been charged with driving the firm's reseller community forward.
Ingram MD issues new web update
Managing Director Gary Bigwood has said that Ingram Micro is "absolutely committed" to the new site and that the company "will not stop" until everything is right.
Kaseya teams with base 2
Kaseya's managed services platform will be used to help drive base 2 ICT Managed Services business.
Exclusive: Distribution Central NZ's $631k profit
Director Nick Verykos has told The Channel that the firm's focus will now be placed on existing distribution partnerships with no new vendors planned.
Ingram website still 'requires work'
Managing Director, Gary Bigwood, admits that the newly re-launched Ingram website still has issues but says there's a "small army" working to resolve them.
Ingram Micro website still not working
Resellers have told <span style="font-style: italic;">The Channel that there are still some serious issues with Ingram Micro’s new website that need to be addressed as soon as possible.
Ingram Micro's email slip-up
New Zealand’s largest technology distributor has accidentally CC’d an email to hundreds of its clients.
Ingram Micro website issues identified
After launch day performance issues, Ingram Micro MD Gary Bigwood has said that the new website has "gained stability" and has seen a "marked improvement in performance".
Kaseya partners with Ingram Micro
In an effort to drive managed services growth in the region, Ingram Micro partners will now have access to Kaseya’s SaaS-based tools.
Simms International signs on BDM
After the company's recent announcement that Simms International will distribute Dell SMB products and services in New Zealand, the company has today announced its Business Development Manager.
Microsoft on the hunt for road warriors
As a part of its initiative to deliver Microsoft Office 2010 to New Zealand businesses, Microsoft is seeking five road warriors for four-month contracts.
Tony Butler, industry heavyweight and founder of what became Ingram Micro NZ, analyses the country’s distribution industry that he has helped to shape.
Where to put it – & why The future for storage sales lies in software and services.
The state of play<br />As digital media usage soars, so too does the need for ways to store it – by 2011 the digital universe will be 10 times the size it was in 2006 (IDC).