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Ingram Micro Showcase 2014: iOS in Business…
Long gone are the days when a CEO enters the boardroom, with an iPad in hand and the IT department subsequently has to make the device ‘work’.
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.
Apple allure continues as iPhone outperforms iPad...
"Our record June quarter revenue was fueled by strong sales of iPhone and Mac and the continued growth of revenue from the Apple ecosystem..."
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.
Apple and IBM join forces in enterprise mobility push
"Apple and IBM’s shared vision for this partnership is to put in the hands of business professionals everywhere the unique capabilities of iPads and iPhones with a company’s knowledge, data, analytics and workflows."
Apple’s iTunes U gets even more creative on the iPad
Apple is bringing new tools to iTunes U to enable educators and students to build and experience education content on the iPad.
California dreaming as iPad adopters educate Kiwi schools
New Zealand educators are getting the chance to learn from the first school in the world to implement iPad technology.
Apple unveils iOS 8...
Apple has today unveiled iOS 8, billed as the biggest release since the launch of the App Store.
Apple under attack as hackers hold Kiwis to ransom...
Many users in Australia and New Zealand have had their Apple IDs compromised, according to reports on Apple’s support community and social networks.
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.
Channel unrest, businesses on the brink and a backlash for Booth Babes...
Six months is a long time in the New Zealand channel market...
More on me: Graham Prentice, Cyclone Computers
While he’s the GM of the Apple Division/All of Government at Cyclone Computers, Graham Prentice says he doesn’t work in technology.
Apple reveals free product recycling initiative
Apple has ramped up its environmental efforts across the world, with every Apple Store now taking back and recycling any unwanted Apple products, responsibly and for free.
MYOB updates Mac accounting solution AccountEdge
New Zealand business solutions provider MYOB, has today announced new updates to their AccountEdge product suite.
Office for iPad: What you need to know…
"It’s a unique approach that centres on people — enabling the devices you love, work with the services you love, and in a way that works for IT and developers."
Apple's quest for simplicity removes the need for expertise...
"Use the talents you possess, for the woods would be very silent if no bird sang except the best."
"It's theft... Thousands and thousands hours of struggle..."
"It's theft. What's copied isn't just a design, it's thousands and thousands of hours of struggle..."
Microsoft set to unveil Office for iPad…
New Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will unveil Office for iPad at Microsoft’s cloud and mobile conference in San Francisco...
Should Kiwis buy Apple's iPad Air...?
Apple’s iPad Air has charged to the top of the tablet review table in New Zealand, beating 27 other devices in a recent report compiled by Consumer NZ.
Apple eats through Microsoft's PC stock
If you label computers as devices on which people actually conduct their business, then recents findings suggest Apple leads the way.
Cook bets on Apple with new product launches
"There will be new categories…It means that we are betting on Apple. It means that we are really confident on what we are doing and what we plan to do."
Apple NZ almost doubles profit... pays $3.9m tax
Apple Sales New Zealand, the local unit of the iPad and iPod maker, almost doubled annual profit on largely flat sales, while extracting a dividend that eclipsed earnings.
Apple ahead of the tablet game as Samsung trails
"We expect commercial purchases of tablets to continue to accelerate in mature markets, but softness in the consumer segment point to a more challenging environment for tablets in 2014 and beyond."