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Apple / IBM deal doesn’t scare Dell, or BlackBerry…
"I do not think that we take the Apple-IBM tie-up terribly seriously"…. it’s like when "two elephants start dancing."
Can IBM deal help Apple fight off Microsoft's enterprise threat?
The reality is that there are a lot of iPads in businesses across Asia Pacific, and companies are looking to formally support them — but Microsoft has been the standout provider here, stealing business away from Apple.
Employees don't stop being consumers at work... CEOs must digitalise
The industry is currently witnessing the rise of what Gartner calls the "business consumer" — an employee for whom business activities are one part of a wider lifestyle.
Analysts brand Apple / IBM mobility deal a "formidable" partnership
With this IBM partnership, Apple has made a very strong start in evolving its go-to-market strategy in alignment with the current, more mature phase of mobility adoption in the enterprise.
Gartner: Microsoft turns the ‘Scope on SaaS...
Brad Anderson, Corporate VP for Cloud and Mobility, told the 16,000 attendees that enterprises need help.
"Kiwi Tough" Panasonic devices take mobile technology to the next level
CIOs, Service Managers and IT decision makers descended on a jam-packed Microsoft New Zealand yesterday, to hear how best to utilise mobile technology and rugged computing.
Kiwi parents... Are you educating your kids about online safety?
"Mobile devices are a huge part of everyday life for New Zealand youth," says Tim Falinski, Director, Consumer, Australia and New Zealand, Trend Micro.
Mobility wheels not yet in motion as Kiwi firms lag behind...
"Many New Zealand enterprises have not yet moved beyond those early stages to embrace mobility as a core part of their business strategies."
Enterprises beef up network architecture as mobility drives wireless growth
"What we’ve seen over the last twelve months is a continued growth – approximately 30% – in wireless business."
HP NZ: Combat cyber security with the four P's...
To better mitigate against cyber security threats, enterprises need to look at the four P's...
Kiwi firm rakes in "million dollar" savings through BYOD...
Savings of $1 million a year – and happier staff to boot – have convinced Cogent boss Ray Noonan he's on to a winner with BYOD.
Mobile security scare... Should Kiwi enterprises care?
Mobile devices, increasingly used in enterprises, are not exempt from Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks and present several potential security issues.
"Good" deal all round as WhiteGold secures local partnership
"This partnership brings significant opportunities for both businesses."
Kiwi-owned distie to bolster Good Technology's enterprise mobility business
"Good Technology required a distribution partner in the New Zealand market that has a strong heritage in security."
Unisys: Treat your environment like hostile territory
In the new world of mobility and BYOD, it pays to trust no-one.
What does iOS 8 mean for CIOs?
"CIOs should take note: Apple is not letting up on its relentless focus on the things your customers and employees will benefit from: more and better apps."
How CIOs can prepare for the new era of total mobility...
The need for a rock-solid, mobility-enabled network that reaches users no matter where they are is an investment priority for organisations, but what should enterprises be doing to prepare for the new era of total mobility?
The increasing challenge of securing the Internet of Things
"Massive numbers of devices means a myriad of ways to target an organisation."
Samsung NZ: Securing without stifling
Kiwi businesses must harness the wave of disruptive enterprise mobility technologies to improve workforce productivity and boost bottom line results – or risk being overtaken.
Is Microsoft's new Surface the 'iPad Killer'?
Why are we bullish on this model? It's more like a successor to the laptop -- but one that takes mobility quite seriously.
Microsoft NZ: Building trust into your business’ BYOD policy
David Rayner, director, consumer sales & marketing, Microsoft NZ, says the BYOD issue is not a future concern for small business anymore; it is a present reality that they have to deal with on a daily basis.
HP: The mobile workforce's network...
BYOD is putting a strain on legacy networks. Raymond Maisano country manager, HP Networking, Enterprise Group, HP South Pacific looks at how software defined networking can help.
HP strengthens commitment to NZ channel partners
Speaking to a host of partners across the country, HP New Zealand’s message to the channel was clear; "We’re looking to drive more business through our channel partners."
Brocade: Changes bring channel opportunities
The networking industry is undergoing rapid change. Phillip Coates, Brocade systems engineer manager ANZ, looks at trends and how they are impacting the channel.