Industry insider news for New Zealand's technology resellers
These search results are from across the Techday network of sites
Overview of printing market - shows Fuji Xerox win
The ANZ printer market has continued to plunge although laser printers and supplies picked up in Q3, 2011.
Apple rises in ANZ PC rankings
HP still leads the pack, although analysts acknowledge 'PSG spin-off debacle' has hurt the company's reputation.
Business productivity through printing
Printers offer a greater opportunity to enhance business productivity than many realise, says Carmel Mosser, general manager, Lexmark Australia and New Zealand.
Aggressive channel promos keep printer sales up
Inkjets ensure growth with laser printers failing to fire.
Shipments up thanks to price erosion
Vendors and channels forced to offer discounts in ANZ.
CIOs offered industry info on the go
Free app from IDC to keep IT bosses up to date while out of the office.
IDC: Servers here for immediate future
IDC research suggests servers won't be completely supplanted by cloud computing in next half decade
Virtual Private Clouds first step for big biz, says IDC
Market research firm IDC reports adoption of Virtual Private Clouds as a stepping stone for big business.
Microsoft targets SAP, Oracle apps business
"If we don't dramatically outgrow Oracle and SAP I'd be disappointed," says Microsoft's Steve Ballmer.
IBM reports increase in clients moving to the cloud
Company joins over 45 organisations to launch a Cloud Standards Customer Council aimed at addressing the challenges of using an open cloud.
IBM hails breakthroughs in cloud, virtualisation
A series of "technology breakthroughs" have been showcased that can virtualise a data centre in minutes to meet business demand.
IDC: RBI open concerns valid
Lack of details on the true openness of Telecom and Vodafone's RBI project is making informed debate difficult.
PC out of puff?
New software suite has launched with the sole aim of keeping your workstations in optimal condition.
Print’s shifting landscape 2010
Forecast changes in the printer market are likely to see the emergence of five ‘mega-vendors’ in years to come, so it will pay to back your horses wisely.