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FTS Group acquires Galaxy 42
Galaxy 42 is a national consulting business that specialises in providing services to implement, enhance, support and integrate the TechnologyOne application suite.
Accenture acquires Australian consultants, Apis Group
The firm works with some of Australia’s largest federal public service organisations, providing a range of services.
OpenText to drop US$1.4B to acquire Carbonite
“This acquisition will further strengthen OpenText as a leader in cloud platforms, complete end-point security and protection.”
Talent acquires Kiwi IT recruitment company
The global IT recruitment specialists have bought ManpowerGroup NZ’s IT business, Experis.
ConnectWise acquires Continuum and ITBoost
Together, these moves aim to put more problem-solving resources, tools for efficiency, and fuel for growth in the hands of partners.
Digital Realty & Interxion to undergo $8.4b mega merger
Digital Realty and Interxion have announced a mega-merger that will bring both businesses under a single global provider of data center, colocation, and interconnection solutions.
Trend Micro acquires Cloud Conformity to expand capabilities
The acquisition resolves often overlooked security issues caused by cloud infrastructure misconfiguration.
RingCentral pays in stock to work on solutions with Avaya
RingCentral and Avaya will introduce “Avaya Cloud Office by RingCentral” and will jointly develop programmes and automated technologies.
HID Global acquires PKI-as-a-service solutions provider HydrantID
The acquisition of HydrantID will allow HID Global to offer enterprise customers a broader range of options, plus the flexibility and scalability of PKI-as-a-service.
Autodesk, Splunk, PTC amongst top IT firms ripe for M&A
GlobalData predicts that well-positioned companies like Splunk, Autodesk and PTC are likely to be top of the wishlist – here’s why.
Instalment service provider PartPay acquired by Australian player Zip
The acquisition gives Zip exposure to four key geographies – New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States and South Africa.
Vodafone NZ to launch 5G services by December
Vodafone has been officially sold, and 5G is coming as soon as December this year.
Intel to sell smartphone modem business to Apple
Approximately 2,200 Intel employees will join Apple, along with intellectual property, equipment and leases.
Two Dutch data centers on track for merger
The Datacenter Group and NLDC Datacenters are about to be amalgamated under a single brand, after new owner DWS decided to merge the two companies.
Spirit eyes MSP market with $2.3 million acquisition
Spirit to expand its service offering into the MSP sector with the acquisition of Arinda IT.
ComCom grants clearance for Infratil to acquire shares in Vodafone
The Commerce Commission has granted clearance for Infratil Limited to acquire up to 50% of the shares in Vodafone New Zealand.
GTT to acquire KPN International
“The acquisition of KPN International deepens our market presence in the European region."
Kroll expands into Australia with Enex Carbon acquisition
The Enex Carbon team will join Kroll’s Cyber Risk practice and will be led by managing director and Asia Pacific leader Paul Jackson.
HCL Technologies closes acquisition of IBM products
Company launches HCL Software business unit to operate the enterprise software offerings.
NTT fuses 28 tech companies into new provider
The merger will include some of NTT’s biggest businesses, including NTT Communications, NTT Security, and Dimension Data.
Mega-merger shakes up NZ IT sector
The merger makes One Technology the country’s largest collaboration of business data and managed service providers.
Exclusive Networks forges UC unit from two subsidiaries
The business operations of Transition Systems will continue as a distinct Unified Communications business unit under the Exclusive Networks banner.
Base 2 and Ginger IT announce merger to strengthen capabilities
“There is a history of personnel, consultancy and leadership across the businesses so an amalgamation of the two teams felt like a logical progression.”
Sophos acquires Rook Security to provide managed detection and response
As a channel-first security provider, Sophos will deliver the new MDR services through its network of approximately 47,000 channel partners worldwide.