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Finalists named for 2019 Microsoft Partner Awards!
The 12th annual Partner Awards has the most versatile mix of partner entries to date.
Umbrellar named Microsoft's NZ partner of the year
Umbrellar was recognised for providing outstanding solutions and services, as well as representing excellent subsidiary engagement in New Zealand.
AI & machine learning fight death with data
Technology is fighting death with data – including machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Umbrellar snags HPE partner of the year for digital transformation
Umbrellar wins Hewlett Packard Enterprise Asia Pacific Digital Transformation Strategic Partner of the Year 2018.
Umbrellar opens up to channel with new reseller programme
The Kiwi cloud and DX specialist is looking to expand its capabilities with a comprehensive programme for CSP partners.
MercyAscot selects Umbrellar and InterSystems for DX
The private healthcare provider chose Kiwi company Umbrellar to guide them through their digital transformation journey on an InterSystems platform.
Microsoft NZ targets surging public cloud market with new CSPs
Rhipe & Umbrellar will be joining Dicker Data, Exeed, and Ingram Micro as CSPs following 'rapid adoption' of public cloud platforms in NZ.
Intelligent cloud, Azure Stack, compliance - Highlights from the Auckland Azure Summit
The event featured a variety of speakers, from Microsoft heavyweights Vijay Tewari and Russell Craig, to Azure customers like BNZ, and Pageproof.
Kiwi company Umbrellar boosts cloud offerings with Azure and Azure Stack
Kiwi businesses will be able to harness Azure Public Cloud through locally hosted Azure Stack to help drive digital transformation efforts.
Microsoft cloud has a silver lining for NZ's Umbrellar as it gains new competency
Umbrellar has been elevated to Microsoft Silver Cloud Platform ranks, joining a ‘small percentage’ of Kiwi partners to gain the competency.
200,000 .kiwi domain names put on hold to stop rise in cyber squatting
Two companies are taking a stand against cyber squatting and domain abuse by putting 200,000 .kiwi domain names on hold for a year.
How can you optimise the speed of your e-commerce site?
Today, there are a number of platforms that provide users with more dynamic, robust and interactive e-commerce experiences than ever before.