Cyber security and compliance vendor Proofpoint is to maintain a narrow focus on a “selective” group of partners during 2022, its Asia Pacific and Japan channel chief has said.
In January 2020, two months before COVID-19 plunged Australia into lockdown, global consulting firm Slalom landed on local soil with an ambitious growth roadmap.
For almost all Australian and New Zealand IT firms, talent and skills regularly top both the priorities and challenges list.
As organisations struggle to find IT talent to fill their needs, CIOs will find they have little choice but to outsource work, according to a new IT spending forecast.
The public cloud is teeming with the latest and greatest development, devops, and AI tools for building better and smarter applications faster.
Enterprises have a substantially lower level of confidence in their managed security services provider support than they do in their in-house capabilities.
Amid a turbulent social and economic climate, three A/NZ distributors weigh in on how evolving flexibility will reshape the distribution and channel models for years to come.
As 2022 kicks off, the vendor battle to own the enterprise edge is taking shape among enterprise incumbents, lower cost alternatives, and start-ups.
Seeing opportunities in the mass move to remote work, cyber attackers are updating their tactics, compelling security leaders to respond.
Microsoft and Amazon have been ranked as the top IT vendors in terms of global enterprise revenue and revenue growth, respectively, during 2021.
Red Hat’s recently promoted head of Asia Pacific, Marjet Andriesse, is on the lookout for new partners to “aggressively” grow its presence in the region.
Going public may open the company up to being acquired by one of the big players, and GitHub is the cautionary tale.
The three big cloud providers want developers and data scientists to develop, test, and deploy machine learning models on their clouds.
Ingram Micro Cloud's senior vice president, Victor Baez, discusses the evolving role of the partner in an era of accelerated evolution.
Outcomex is expanding the potential of the Internet of Things in Australia and beyond following the debut launch of 365mesh, a custom built platform designed to convert market hype into mainstream reality.
How should partners remain relevant amid a fast-evolving market? Ingram Micro Cloud has some ideas.
Recent capital expenditure reports show that the hyperscalers’ spending brings new meaning to ‘pay to play.’
The channel is entering M&A activity at an average rate of one deal every 52 hours across Australia and New Zealand, as a perfect storm of expansion and exit strategies collide at pace post-pandemic.
Nextgen has made a concerted effort to ramp up its cyber security practice over the last three years, taking a methodical approach to locating the right partners.
So far, 2021 has proved to be somewhat of a security annus horribilis Microsoft, with numerous vulnerabilities impacting several leading services.
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