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Regular audits are a business necessity
Businesses need to complete objective, real-time audits in order to catch expense irregularities before they become more serious issues.
Security appliances market still thriving in Australia
In 2014 the value for the Australian security appliance market reached $191 million and this is only set to grow, according to IDC.
Samsung announces new TVs and sound systems
Samsung Electronics Australia has today announced the local pricing and availability for its 2015 home entertainment range of products.
NZ’s CallPlus acquired by Aussie telco for $250m
CallPlus has been acquired by M2 Group, the Australian-based telecommunications and utilities provider, for NZ$250 million.
Just Water agrees to sell Australian business for A$11 million to Waterlogic
Just Water International, the water cooler and supplies business 79 percent owned by founder Tony Falkenstein, has agreed to sell its Australian busin
Brennan IT and Nintex collaborate on SharePoint
Australian cloud, managed services and software solutions provider Brennan IT and workflow solutions provider, Nintex have announced a partnership.
Michael Hill warns full-year result under pressure due to tough Australian market
Michael Hill International, the listed jewellery retailer, says a drop in same store sales in its biggest market of Australia in the first nine months
Datacom wins A$242M Australian federal health IT contract
Auckland-based IT services firm Datacom has won a A$242 million contract to provide infrastructure and support services to the Australian federal Depa
Telstra scores IBM SoftLayer deal
Telstra will officially sell IBM’s SoftLayer Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) platform in Australia.
Objective AU readies for global expansion with Microsoft Azure
Microsoft Corporation and Objective Corporation have announced Microsoft Azure will be adopted as the cloud platform for Objective’s solutions.
Fonterra says under-performing Australian units will be 'given attention'
Fixing under-performing businesses in Australia is a key part of Fonterra Cooperative Group's renewed push to drive more value from transforming the b
ESET: A new era of IT security
ESET, a global pioneer in proactive protection for more than two decades, has just launched their completely re-engineered and re-designed range of IT
Fujitsu proves good NABERS
Fujitsu has become the first data centre provider in NSW to achieve a NABERS energy for data centres rating for two of its Sydney data centres.
Exclusive: Connector Systems goes tokenless with SecurEnvoy
Connector Systems Australia has inked an exclusive distribution deal for SecureEnvoy’s range of tokenless two-factor authentication products.
Microsoft tells channel: Hurry up!
Server 2003 end of service combining with opening of Sydney and Melbourne Office 365 data centres to create ‘perfect storm’ in move to cloud.
Sydney cloud centre as IBM expands Australian SoftLayer network
IBM has opened its second SoftLayer cloud centre in Australia, with the Sydney centre joining the Melbourne centre, which launched late last year.
Trilogy sees FY profit more than trebling as Aust unit improves, Ecoya makes money
Trilogy International, the skincare products and scented candle maker, says annual profit will more than treble with improved earnings at its Australi
Shift to cloud driving growth for Cloud Plus
Demand for high availability cloud infrastructure has seen Cloud Plus ramp up its local team – and is providing resellers with increased potential for
Sydney fintech hub moves closer to completion
Sydney’s fintech hub, to be known as Stone and Chalk now has a location, Chair and corporate partners.
Australian premium Apple reseller brought out
MyMac, Australian based Apple reseller, will be acquired and rolled up with Monsta Industries, the Mac accessories wholesaler.
Kordia turns to profit in 1H as Australian business improves
Kordia Group, the broadcasting and telecommunications network operator, turned to a profit in the first half on an improved performance at its Austra
Global Chief highlights Ingram Micro Australia's turnaround
The success of the Australian operations of Ingram Micro have received special mention from the distributor's global chief executive Alain Monié.
Blue Chip's Bryers accused of muddying Talos role
Former Blue Chip boss Mark Bryers was accused of contriving to present himself as a consultant to Talos Accounting Group, when he was actually running
NZ dollar declines against Aussie ahead of RBA interest rate decision
The New Zealand dollar weakened against the Australian dollar as traders have already priced in an interest rate cut by the Reserve Bank of Australia