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IGEL attribute growth to demand for a better user experience
IGEL say that their transition to a focus on end-user software has driven their growth both globally and in the A/NZ market.
Nlyte announces partnership to expand presence among EMEA data centres
Nlyte says EMEA has one of the fastest growing data centre markets in the world, a main driver behind its new strategic partnership.
Epicor Software partners with NZ technology solutions integrator
The partnership reflects a commitment by Epicor to grow its presence in New Zealand
BOARD picks up Aussie channel partner to drive growth
BOARD has partnered with Galaxy 42, a business transformation consultancy specialising in TechnologyOne ERP.
Max 2017: Adobe unveils four new apps for Creative Cloud
Adobe says it is the biggest lineup of new creative applications since the launch of creative cloud five years ago.
3 tips for building APIs so developers actually use them
Remember, experimentation is the prerequisite to innovation.
TIBCO snatches up Cisco’s data virtualisation business
Specifically, TIBCO will acquire the Cisco Information Server, which the company describes as a market-leading solution.
Nutanix leverages expanded partner ecosystem for AFS software
It says by exploiting the Nutanix partner community, customers will see improved delivery of the AFS solution in a number of different ways.
Exclusive Interview: CA Technologies on their new partner program
Kevin Van Gils, CA Technologies local head of partners, discusses how the program has been changed and what the benefits are for partners.
Agilyx and Lumesse partner on talent acquisition solutions
The partnership will combine Agilyx’s expertise in business applications with Lumesse’s technologies portfolio.
Trello goes standalone for Windows and Mac
The company says a standalone desktop version of the application was the most requested feature from users.
HPE reports steady revenue growth with its fiscal 3rd quarter results
The company says the results indicate an encouraging sign of the progress they're making.
Micro Focus and HPE Software complete $11 billion merger
The merger marks the creation of the seventh largest pure-play enterprise software company in the world
French armed forces using Ocean Software to deliver operations solution
The deal was struck with MOSS SAS, a key supplier to the French Armament procurement agency and French Air Force, Army & Navy.
Software provider Ipswitch announces new partnership with distie in India
Under the agreement, RAH Infotech will distribute Ipswitch file transfer and network management software throughout India.
IDC: Writing on the wall for Aussie enterprise Ethernet market?
With a 21 percent year-on-year decline, IDC reports the first quarter of 2017 was in fact the worst downturn in some time.
Tech Data seals deal to help A/NZ partners capitalise on digital transformation
Tech Data has partnered with Pitney Bowes in AU and NZ in a move the distributor says will help partners to profit from digital transformation.
Check Point’s second quarter financials exceed highest end of projections
Gil Shrewd says the company is rapt with the second quarter results, reporting the revenue growth to be healthy.
Gartner: AI tech will be in most software products by 2020
Machines can actually do some things better and faster than humans, once trained; machines and humans can accomplish more together than separately.
Don’t boil the ocean: Taking the sting out of software license audits
Software audits have become even more complicated as businesses now need to track software in complex environments, like the cloud.
Worldwide IT spending to grow again in 2017 – but it’s not all good news
A new release from Gartner has forecast worldwide IT spending to jump 2.4 percent in 2017, but some segments are set to decline.
Global experts to congregate at upcoming 10th annual event in KL
The 10th edition of Asia’s annual event in the field of software testing, SOFTEC Asia, will soon be taking place in Kuala Lumpur.
Huge growth in A/NZ software sales for IGEL after refocus
The virtual workspace specialist announced early last year a re-focus on its software and the move certainly appears to have paid off in A/NZ.
Former VMware channel exec signs on as Unisys partner director in APJ
"Developing strategic, trusting and enduring relationships with our partners is a key platform for growth and for the success of our customers."