IT vendors news stories
New Zealand – let’s get your IT supply chain secured!
Attacks via the IT supply chain are steadily increasing over recent years. Annual cyber reports in 2020 stated up to 40% of breaches originate from weak IT supply chains.
IDC names Konica Minolta a leader in print transformation
Konica Minolta says IDC’s recognition is confirmation of its ‘strong portfolio’, which supports customers in growing their digital maturity.
B2B buyers more likely to buy from vendors with digital purchasing channels - report
Procurement and purchasing leaders have steadily been shifting purchasing from traditional reliance on sales reps to self-serve ordering through digital channels, and COVID-19 has dramatically accelerated this shift..
No end to economic woes in sight for struggling IT vendors - report
New research from GlobalData has revealed the extent to which IT vendors have wrestled with layoffs, pay cuts and furloughs - and more pain is on the horizon, according to the company.
Global IT spending increases – opportunities for vendors to continue
Global IT spending is forecast to reach nearly $2.4 trillion USD in 2017, representing an increase of 3.5 percent over 2016.
Individual IT vendors an 'expensive misconception'
Why maximising on a company’s current investments could potentially achieve greater scale and efficiency across its IT department.
Internet of Things
Business-oriented use cases help vendors and customers realize IoT’s potential
TBR developed a taxonomy for Internet of Things (IoT) use cases that can help vendors and potential IoT customers structure their IoT initiatives.
Frost & Sullivan
Top ICT companies honoured by Frost & Sullivan
Microsoft, Huawei, Fortinet, F5 Networks, AWS, Microsoft and Telstra among who's who of tech companies honoured at Frost & Sullivan APAC ICT awards.
Enterprise Resource Planning / ERP
Xero challenging traditional ERP vendors
“The local ERP market has been widely disrupted by Xero, which is driving most of the growth in the local ERP market,” says IDC.
World’s most popular consumer security vendor makes local play
Avast is making a play for the ANZ market, hard on the heels of launching a business security offering.
Inland Revenue hunting out software companies
Inland Revenue has set its sights on software companies to help Kiwis pay their taxes.
Simms enters New Zealand market
Establishing a new business in New Zealand is no small feat, but former Renaissance Managing Director Paul Johnston is confident.
Many hands make light work
This article looks at some common partnering models, and what customers should be considering in this regard, when negotiating their supply arrangements.
Choosing IT right
A good partner can help guide you through these decisions and if done well, add real value to your business.
Harbouring a winner
With humble beginnings as an in-house IT support team for East Harbour Management Services Ltd, EastHarbour IT has grown to become a business in its own right.