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Can Morningstar rise again?
The once formidable distributor Morningstar is planning a comeback in April this year.
Ingram Micro system launch moved to March 1st
Ingram Micro has pushed its new website and system launch back a month in order to have it fully operational on launch day.
Ingram Micro to implement system changes
[UPDATED] In an effort to better support the business needs of its customers, Ingram Micro will upgrade its systems and unveil a new website on February 1st.
GREEN IT - HOW TO MAKE THE GREEN CARD VALUABLE
Green IT has been around for some time now and has taken on a number of guises, from energy effi ciency to more easily recyclable products.
CHRISTMAS – MINING THE GOLDMINE
I recently took a trip to Sydney and found myself browsing in David Jones.
TomTom offers bonus map of Oz
TomTom’s new in-store promotion offer for Christmas will give buyers a bonus map of Australia, worth $139, with purchase of select TomTom models.
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.
Adobe opens up NZ distribution
After a thorough review of its New Zealand distribution strategy, Adobe has decided to allow Ingram Micro and Express Data, its two distributors, to sell the entire range of Adobe products.
Man jailed for child sex images
A 50-year-old company director has been jailed for six months after two Hamilton computer companies alerted the Department of Internal Affairs to a collection of child sexual abuse images on his computers.
Windows 7 an 'impetus to move forward'
The Channel recently spoke with Ben Green, Microsoft’s Business Group Manager, about the launch of Windows 7 and the company’s hope for the software to help fuel the IT economy.
Marshalling the troops
Like a soldier into battle, who goes armed with sword, shield and dagger, the modern road warrior must be armed with the latest technology.
Eaton powers into New Zealand
With a new channel program launching in Australia next month, Eaton has set its sights on expanding its channel presence in New Zealand next year.
Insite delivers more for less in education market
NComputing’s X- and L- series virtual desktops are now available to resellers through Insite, which it says hopes to add more resellers who have an interest in the product.
Dell cagey about channel details
After much speculation following its entry into the Australian indirect channel market nine months ago, Dell has finally announced its plans for the New Zealand channel, (as reported on <a href="http://techday.
Ingram Micro: everything is POS-sible
Ingram Micro took the next step in its fiveyear plan to become a strong presence in DC POS (data capture and point of sale) last month, when it signed a conditional deal with ProvencoCadmus Limited and relevant subsidiaries to buy its Vantex division.
Hot Xmas predictions: forecasting the nation’s wish-list
"Christmas is great but everyone’s insane!", said an anonymous poet.
Ingram Micro announces new GM for NZ
Miley, who has been with Ingram Micro for over fourteen years, is only a recent arrival in New Zealand from the United States, having been here since January 2007.
Time is money: Product code services
We’ve all heard the saying ‘time is money’, and the best way to make money is to spend your time wisely, but so often we get caught up in trivial tasks when our time could be better spent elsewhere.
NComputing breaks ties with Ingram Micro
In an exclusive interview with The Channel, NComputing’s ANZ Country Manager Mike Pamphilon revealed that the vendor has ended its distribution relationship with Ingram Micro as of 30 June.
Getting to know ASUS
ASUS is a leading company in the new digital era.
Adobe strengthens partner relationships
Adobe has introduced a revision to its two tiered channel partner program that will reward and recognise the continued investment from partners in Adobe, Adobe’s solutions and joint customers.
Is 3Com back?
Few vendors come back from the double whammy of disastrous lack of innovation and a period of channel disenfranchisement.
TRADE4U takes the headache out of old stock
Got too much stock? TRADE4U can help convert your inventory into working capital!<br />TRADE4U is an innovative new stock clearance service that has just started up in Auckland & Wellington - aged stock no longer has to be a problem.
Update your perceptions
Mark Dasent, general manager for Renaissance Brands, is on a crusade to change channel partners’ perceptions of the NEC brand.