Aastra stories - Page 1
Mitel completes mega Aastra merger
With US$1.1 billion of combined annual revenue and 60 million customers worldwide, Mitel now has one of the largest global footprints in the industry and is driving consolidation in the US$18 billion business communications market.
Aastra - ANZ's best-kept contact centre secret
That's the view of Tony Warhurst, managing director Aastra ANZ, a leading company at the forefront of the enterprise communication market.
Video Conferencing and Collaboration Market: Significant Opportunity
The market for video communications is growing at a rapid pace, and it won't slow down.
Aastra looks to shake off Ericsson legacy
Communication specialists ready to create their own identity.
Aastra signs Connector Systems
Another brand is added to the networking, telco and security distributors' range of products.
Aastra introduces new partner program
The company's new channel strategy aims to "get our partners involved".
Microsoft launches Lync
Instant messaging, presence, audio, video, web conferencing and voice integrated into one interface.
Gartner names four IT-changing trends
The next ten years will see four distinct trends emerge and dominate IT, businesses and the economy.
Telecom targets Vodafone iPhone customers
Get a $600 account credit when you switch your Vodafone iPhone contract over to the XT network.
Simms signs 100th Dell reseller
Over 100 authorised resellers now signed up to the PartnerDirect programme with Simms.
Official Trade Me app out now for iPhone
Dedicated app for iPhone and iPod touch goes live - no immediate plans for iPad or other devices.
Interview: Cisco's Suzanne Hansen - P2
Hansen opens up on Cisco's rivals, plans for ultra fast broadband, the recession and what's in store for 2011.
HP: Epson, Canon a year behind us
"Our rivals don't have the HP infrastructure - they'd have to build it," says HP's New Zealand Imaging & Printing head.
Kiwi CMS firm scoops world first certificate
SilverStripe receives world first Windows Server certification after working with Microsoft for three years.
Citrix creates APAC tech evangelist role
Citrix Systems has appointed Alan Pettigrew to talk up its technology to customers across the Asia Pacific region.
$10,000 offered in 'mashup' competition - winners announced
The Great NZ Remix & Mashup competition is challenging Kiwis to develop new creative content using New Zealand digital content and data, and offering $10,000 to the winner.
Is this Mass Effect 3?
An image from a brief teaser video for BioWare's next game has fans speculating everything from Mass Effect 3 to a new IP.
Google Voice released for iPhone
The long-awaited iPhone app gets the green light, but only for the US market.
Sitecore Extends Operations to Germany
New Office and Team Position the Company for Continued Growth and Success in Europe.
New Zealand kicks off Global Game Jam
Kiwis will kick off a worldwide competition that sees budding artists, musicians, animators and programmers scrambling to put together fully fledged games in just two days!
Acronis promises better channel support
Acronis has launched a worldwide support service specifically aimed at improving services for channel partners .
Sitecore's New E-Commerce Platform Helps Manage Customer Lifecycle Success
Solution Provides B2B and B2C Organisations with a Wide Range of Integrated Functionality and Benefits Not Available from Traditional E-Commerce Products.
LinkedIn: NZ businesses must do more online
Local businesses aren't taking advantage of online services, says LinkedIn ANZ chief Cliff Rosenberg.
Dynamic, sophisticated and potentially deadly - Imperva details security trends for 2011
As 2011 approaches, cyber security maintains its high profile as hackers sharpen their skills and modify their attacks, utilising ever more dynamic and fluid practices.