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Acronis and Kaseya team up
Acronis backup and recovery products to be integrated into Kaseya IT Framework and Kaseya Backup 4.0
Hardware Independent Restore for Virtual environments launched
Virtual Edition of StorageCraft's flagship backup software launching tomorrow.
Allnut to drive enterprise sales at StorageCraft APAC
StorageCraft Asia Pacific has appointed Noel Allnutt as sales manager.
Vendors report - Datastor Forum - Part 2 - Updated
Part 2 of our talks with vendors at Datastor Forum
Acronis signs ANZ retail distribution deal
Mindscape to distribute and market Acronis consumer products into retail and reseller channels.
Veeam picks NewLease for distribution
NewLease seals deal to distribute Veeam licenses to Australian and New Zealand service providers.
Oracle details 'Disaster Recovery' roadshow
Two free breakfast seminars aimed at IT managers will take place in Auckland and Wellington later this month.
Canon prepares for supply shortages
Canon ANZ has outlined the impact the Japanese earthquake will have on its New Zealand business.
Acronis launches MSP partner initiatives
Incremental business opportunities offered to channel partners through a new subscription-based, licensing model.
NZICT: Business is open in Christchurch
Both Kiwi-based and international tech companies have pulled together to donate equipment to Christchurch businesses.
Free IT training offered to Christchurch businesses
Microsoft business software training is being offered free to Christchurch businesses affected by the earthquake.
Now Telecom appoints Christchurch recovery director
Ralph Chivers steps up to lead the company’s Christchurch earthquake recovery efforts.
iPad 2 component shortages
Apple may face shortages of key components for iPad 2 as a result of the Japanese earthquake.
Steve Jobs emails Japanese staff
The Apple CEO has emailed all staff in Japan with a message of support following last week's earthquake.
NZ telcos offer free calls to Japan - Updated
2degrees, Telecom and Vodafone all offer credits to customers who called Japan following the earthquake last week.
Vodafone appoints Christchurch Recovery Director
Ex-Vodafone Australia CEO to lead the company's business recovery efforts in Christchurch.
iPad 2 launch delayed in Japan
All efforts must be focused on recovery following the recent disaster, says Apple spokesperson.
More IT equipment needed for Christchurch
Microsoft will waive all XP and Office 2007 licensing fees on refurbished PCs donated to Christchurch.
2degrees: 500 free texts for ChCh customers
The free texts were added to customers' accounts this morning and are valid through to March 20th.
Telecom extends free calls deal in ChCh
Free national fixed-to-fixed calling offer for Christchurch customers extended to end of March.
Renaissance issues Murray Wood statement
Updated: Company extends its sympathies of the board and staff to Murray's family.
Orcon goes live in Palmerston North
The unbundling of Palmerston North is complete after a slight delay following the Christchurch earthquake.
Free calls for 2degrees Christchurch customers
30 minutes of free calls to any standard line or mobile are being given to affected Christchurch customers.
Renaissance distribution continues to shrink
Company posts 6% drop in revenues in the four months to January 31st as Apple tightens margins further.