Industry insider news for New Zealand's technology resellers
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Exeed signed up to the ICONZ-Webvisions distribution deal
Exeed is partnering with local cloud hosting provider ICONZ to tap offer resellers new cloud services.
Exeed goes 100% pure Kiwi
Less than 48 hours after confirming the impending arrival of Desmond Ling, Exeed has announced it's now 100% pure Kiwi – with chairman Tony Butler taking an ownership stake in the distributor last week.
Updated and confirmed : Des Ling to join Exeed
After initially pulling Techday’s leg, saying ‘no’, Exeed MD Justin Tye has confirmed that Desmond Ling is to join his company from Ingram Micro in Sydney.
Breaking: Des Ling to join Exeed?
It looks like Desmond Ling has jumped ship at Ingram Micro in Australia to join Exeed New Zealand.
Exeed’s sweet music
From a six year stint as a choir boy to managing director of New Zealand’s second largest distributor, Justin Tye talks to Heather Wright about growing businesses, hiring well and music.
Renaissance drops Exeed legal actions
Renaissance has settled legal action it had begun against Exeed and withdrawn all proceedings.
Renaissance takes legal action against Exeed
Former IT distributor instructs solicitors to commence legal proceedings against Exeed with accusations of withheld funds following their distribution sale.
In three months - everything has changed at Renaissance
It’s been a good few months for the folks at Auckland based technology distributor, retailer and trainer Renaissance.
Has eXeed paid too much for Renaissance distribution?
A number of factors come into play when valuing a business. Explains an independent report arranged by Renaissance from well known accounting firm Kordia Mentha to value it's distribution business.
Exeed fuses application acceleration deal
Kiwi distributors Exeed will distribute Fusion-io’s application acceleration solutions in New Zealand in a deal Exeed says will broaden its reach into the IBM, Cisco and Dell customer base.
Ruckus appoints second NZ distributor
The wireless access point vendor has introduced a second New Zealand based distributor.
Exeed boss was coy on Renaissance rumour in March
We asked Justin Tye to confirm the rumoured deal three months ago - see what he had to say.
Exeed lands Belkin brand
New distribution deal complements existing HP and Samsung notebook and tablet agreements.
Exeed launches app store for resellers
Xero, SmartPayroll and SMX among apps available for SMBs.
Exeed launches cloud portfolio
Partnership with email providers SMX signals first step in SaaS program.
InternetNZ - Driven to distraction
With the election looming, lobby group InternetNZ has swung into political mode.
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Connect, Inspire, Retain: Attracting & retaining IT talent
IT workers have never been in higher demand… so why aren’t they happy, and what can we do about it?
Securing staff for the Ultra Fast Broadband project
Arguably the largest technology infrastructure project the country has ever embarked on is presenting the telecommunications industry with huge opportunity plus some real challenges in terms of securing and training staff.
Finding & keeping IT talent
Which skills are in demand in today’s IT workforce? And how has the economic downturn affected the job market? Jo Clegg, director of the IT support and recruitment company Outsource IT, takes stock of the IT job market.
Finding scarce talent
Skills shortages have become a real concern in the IT industries globally as well as in New Zealand. Henrietta Kjaer takes stock of the IT workforce.
From the minister’s office
Dr Wayne Mapp, Minister of Science and Innovation, spoke to IT Brief about Governmental investment in New Zealand ICT innovation:
Kiwi tech innovation - Where to from here?
NZ has developed a reputation in many circles for punching above its weight in terms of innovation – but is this actually true? Is NZ actively competing on the world stage, and does NZ have what it takes to not just imagine, but design, the future?