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Sektor
Allied Telesis appoints third NZ distributor
New deal will extend networking solution company’s reach into POS and CCTV verticals.
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Renaissance
Allied Telesis expands in all directions
The Japanese networking vendor is getting serious about the NZ marketplace with three new team members and a new distie deal.
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Brocade
Connector Systems steps up channel enablement in 2012
We summarise some of the local distributor's February successes and March plans
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Allied Telesys
The paperless office
More and more business professionals are recognising the importance of mobility to business performance, productivity and profitability and this is reflected in the proliferation of smartphone / tablet devices and applications
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Gartner
Gartner’s 10 Top consumer applications to watch in 2012
Check out Gartner’s 10 Top consumer applications to watch in 2012
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Allied Telesys
New Zealand’s Next Top Monitor Vendor?
AOC, a pioneering manufacturer of display products for over 70 years, launched several new LCD models late last year, including the ultra-slim "Razor" series. By creating a variety of LCD screens with different functional options for consumers
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Gartner
PC demand to drop in the face of iPad2
Gartner has lowered its PC unit forecast for 2011 and 2012 based on expectations of weaker demand in the face of devices such as iPad.
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Allied Telesys
BYP: Rethinking your device strategy
Computer manufacturers talk about making the computer personal again – a pun on words referring to the term PC – by introducing cutting-edge technology to enhance the user interface and experience
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Tablets: The Second wave in enterprise mobility
Tablets will be different from and even better than smartphones and the channel would be ill-advised to ignore their stellar rise, says Dereck Daymond, Managing Director of SAP subsidiary Sybase for Australia and New Zealand.
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Gartner
Tip-toeing around security controls
With the rise of IT consumerisation, business executives are asking for tablets such as iPads and Galaxys, while employees are increasingly bringing into the work environment their personal devices
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Allied Telesys
Rough and rugged
Enterprise-grade devices prove critical to businesses in the moments that matter, says Gary Starr, Managing Director Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific, Motorola Solutions.
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BlackBerry
Pumped-up performance for mobile computing
A new breed of tools is unleashing WAN optimisation to the mobile workforce, ensuring productivity and user experience remain high, explains Ian Raper, Regional Director, Riverbed ANZ.
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NZICT
NZ lets its guard down
Lack of clarity and conversation around credit card fraud is leaving merchants oblivious to the dangers that lurk within outdated EFTPOS terminals. We’re running out of time to remedy the situation...
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Allied Telesys
There's money and numbers in leasing
A recent independent study, commissioned by leading NZ ICT leasing firm Equico, revealed that a significant 42% of companies are currently leasing some or all of their ICT equipment
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Allied Telesys
Getting and offering sound financial advice
You’ll have a couple of options yourself when you decide to offer leasing and financing options to your customers
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Allied Telesys
To buy, or not to buy?
In post-recession NZ, companies are looking to capitalise on the many changes that have been experienced over the past 24 months
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Panasonic
Trend watch: Display technology
News in the commercial display market has traditionally gone to "he who can design the largest screen." But from a business perspective, there is a lot going on behind the bright glow of LCD, says Bill Yackey.