Technology news for Australia's largest enterprises
These search results are from across the Techday network of sites
Motion tablets on a winning path in NZ
Local distributor Simms gives The Channel a mini update on its range of Motion tablets.
Margin Opportunity - Selling POS to your customers
Those channel partners looking for new vertical opportunities should grab this chance.
A Guide to Digital TV
Looking to upgrade to digital television but don't know where to start? Here's a good first step.
Trend watch: Display technology
News in the commercial display market has traditionally gone to "he who can design the largest screen." But from a business perspective, there is a lot going on behind the bright glow of LCD, says Bill Yackey.
Sitecore and Cucumber partner for continued growth
Sitecore continues to solidify its presence in New Zealand with the expansion of its partner program to include Tauranga-based online strategy, creative and project management agency, Cucumber.
2011 retail refresh
The POS market continues to churn, says Rhys Warren, Managing Director of Point of sale distributor Sektor.
JFK's Legacy Informs and Inspires the World with Help from Sitecore and Velir
The John F. Kennedy Library digitises museum's archives; hundreds of thousands of documents, photographs and recordings now more accessible and useful for education and public service.
Comworth appoints new channel manager
Better support to be offered for value-add product ranges as well as Zyltus phone systems.
A whole new ball game
An iconic stadium and soon-to-be host to the Rugby World Cup 2011 finals and Cricket World Cup 2015, the opening of new-look Eden Park reignites New Zealanders’ impassioned love affair with sport thanks to a $240.5 million refurb.
Panasonic unveils dedicated online-gaming handheld
Straight out of left field, Panasonic has just revealed a handheld gaming device designed specifically for online gaming, MMORPGs in particular.
Gen-i, Cisco to "future proof" Eden Park
IT to play an increasingly important role in enhancing the spectator experience.
Microsoft tablets a "job one urgency"
CEO of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer, sounds like he badly wants a piece of Apple's tablet business.
The evolution of the PBX
The humble private branch exchange (PBX) is morphing from telephony basics into an IP-based, enterprise communications gateway.
Microsoft "hardcore" about Windows 7 tablets
Chief Executive Steve Ballmer promises that upcoming Windows 7-based tablets will impress.
WALK AND TALK
Remember when a cordless phone was something only your posh friends had?
The third dimension
Ready or not, 3D televisions, games and Blu-ray discs are coming this year. Chris Leggett asks the experts what we need to know and whether we should care.
DON'T MISS: Sektor Roadshow 2010
Displaying a number of New Zealand releases from HP and Panasonic, Sektor is gearing up for its 2010 Roadshow.
Sektor to distribute Panasonic
Distributor Sektor announced today that it will distribute Panasonic technologies including security, digital signage and the ToughBook range in addition to an exclusive New Zealand release.
Review: Panasonic Blu-Ray Disc Recorder - DMR-BW850
We’ve seen MySky and MyFreeview HD recorders that allow you to record television to the device’s hard drive, but the recorded media is then trapped on that hard drive.
Comworth begins expansion
Six months after celebrating its 25th anniversary, Comworth Systems has acquired fellow distribution company MEC in what Comworth’s General Manager Mark Charlesworth says is only the first step of the company’s acquisitions journey.
MEC reinvents itself
MEC, the leading IT value-added distributor specialised in notebook computers, printers and peripherals, is dreaming the dream all over again, with the acquisition of some market-leading, pioneering brands to give its distribution offering an edge.
Picking the right optical format
* Verbatim<br />While the major CE vendors wage war over which next generation DVD format is best – HD DVD versus Blu-ray - Verbatim has released a range of media to cover both bases.