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Exol/Simms to be merged into ED
Exol New Zealand will be fully integrated into Express Data business while county manager Paul Johnston will leave the company.
EXOL cuts Vaughan Nankivell & Huawei role
The tough decisions have been made by Express Online and Huawei in NZ.
Rebirth for Maclean Computing
<p>Maclean Computing will be reborn as Maclean Technology, with the assets of the family-owned IT company being re-purchased by former chief executive Chris Maclean.</p>
Liquidators list Maclean creditors
Plenty of industry names owed money by failed IT company.
Motion Computing wins Microsoft award
Microsoft clearly recognises the growing importance of tablets with this recent award
Exeed aims to tie up Renaissance
<p><strong>The proposed sale of Renaissance’s IT distribution division will give Exeed the scale to become the second-largest player in the New Zealand distribution scene.</p>
Changing Times - Paul Johnston Interview
<p><strong>A stint as a mobile DJ was Paul Johnston’s introduction to technology.</p>
Huawei pushes enterprise
<p>Huawei has signalled its global intentions for the enterprise market, launching its enterprise channel push complete with partner programmes, ICT training and certification courses in a bid to push further into the large enterprise and government market.</p>
Huawei begins global channel push
Partner programme introduced in New Zealand and the US last year goes worldwide.
New offerings as Simms goes express
Simms International is riding high with record sales and profits, and the company – due to rebrand early next year – is promising even greater next year. v
Second Simms appointment
Former Juniper rep for Datastor takes enterprise role with Huawei resellers.
Simms appoints Huawei consultant
Resellers to receive additional support from former Vodafone, Gen-i and Telecom representative.
New offering and new owner for Simms
Simms International’s upward climb continues, with the company launching locally configured Dell servers for resellers – and a new cashed up owner on hand.
Fibre Watch: Chinese Whispers
UK website speculates fast-growing Chinese vendor Huawei could be in line for a sweet equipment supply role within the UFB project.
IronKey opts for exclusive distribution
Express Online now solo partner.
Simms signed as Dell printer distrib
Deal puts Simms in Aussie Dell printer distributor market.
'Rugged' tablet now on Kiwi market
Motion introduces its new CL900 tablet PC to New Zealand, designed with mobile business needs in mind.
Milestone achieved by Simms in NZ - CodeBlue Wins
The local distributor best known for selling Dell has just achieved another milestone.
Motion tablets on a winning path in NZ
Local distributor Simms gives The Channel a mini update on its range of Motion tablets.
Simms reports Kingston growth in New Zealand
Demand for Solid State Drives from Simms International's New Zealand resellers has grown by over 400%.
Motion launches enterprise tablet in NZ
10-inch, rugged enterprise tablet, running Windows 7, expected to go on sale around late April.
Ingram’s exclusive Kanex deal isn’t exclusive
Updated: Kanex US says to disregard the exclusivity part of Ingram Micro's recent distribution announcement.
Dell signs Altech Computers
Select printing products to be offered through Altech Computers in Australia and New Zealand.
Harrington swaps Simms for Integral Axon
After a six-month stint at Simms International, Michele Harrington has moved on.
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."
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?
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.