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Busy September for Renaissance
Distributor hosting a number of training and networking events this month.
Just what the doctor ordered
The local District Health Board placing an order for several new C5v Mobile Clinical Assistant (MCA) tablet PCs from Motion following a huge success.
Motion launches enterprise tablet in NZ
10-inch, rugged enterprise tablet, running Windows 7, expected to go on sale around late April.
Simms secures new Motion tablet
Exclusive New Zealand distribution deal signed for Motion's new small form factor, tablet PC.
Insite delivers more for less in education market
<p>NComputing’s X- and L- series virtual desktops are now available to resellers through Insite, which it says hopes to add more resellers who have an interest in the product.</p>
NComputing breaks ties with Ingram Micro
<p>In an exclusive interview with The Channel, NComputing’s ANZ Country Manager Mike Pamphilon revealed that the vendor has ended its distribution relationship with Ingram Micro as of 30 June.</p>
Is OLPC the answer?
<p>Is One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) the answer? Stephen Dukker, Chairman and CEO of NComputing, and eMachines co-founder, certainly doesn’t think so.</p>
Group Station wows Christchurch
<p>At the recent Small Business Expo in Christchurch, Group Station, a Christchurch-based reseller of affordable PC access solutions from NComputing, won an award for "Most Interactive Exhibit".</p>
Survey: App dev is surging, but how are businesses doing it?
Today “every company is in the software business" to get a competitive edge, and this survey reveals how app dev is affecting IT teams.
The six golden keys to successful identity assurance
When someone tries to access your internal systems, how can you be sure a user is who they claim to be?
Whitepaper: Why it’s critical to detect cyber attacks as they happen
"Many organisations are struggling to keep pace with the speed in which hackers are attacking their systems."