Chemist Warehouse has commissioned Hewlett Packard Enterprise to modernise its data centre with a hyperconverged platform and virtual desktop infrastructure environment to improve productivity for onsite and remote staff.
Enterprise identity security vendor SailPoint has appointed Chern-Yue Boey as senior vice president for the Asia-Pacific region.
Melbourne-based additive manufacturing specialist Titomic has appointed 3D printing expert Herbert Koeck to the role of chief executive officer, effective 1 July 2021.
Smart hearing solutions provider Nuheara has secured a $2 million (US$1.48 million) agreement for a phase two extension of a collaboration agreement with Hewlett Packard for works associated with the development and engineering of an ear bud variant specific to HP’s confidential use case.
The Taiwanese memory manufacturer has released a variety of 'memory sticks' in various sizes up to 1TB with more to come.
New Zealand’s largest telco Spark has launched a new digital transformation consultancy - Leaven – which it says has been established to assist organisations as they shift to new and more digital ways of working.
Cloud data warehouse provider Snowflake has appointed Zac Brandt as regional director for Australia.
Melbourne’s Presbyterian Ladies College has chosen User Experience Insight solutions from network solutions provider Aruba to continuously monitor its network connectivity and performance.
The USB Promoter Group has announced the pending release of the specifications for USB4, the next generation of the Universal Serial Bus. The spec is expected to be released in the middle of 2019.
MuleSoft has appointed Grace Micallef as its first regional sales director for ANZ South (Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia and Tasmania).
The federal government spent $29.5 billion on contracts for tech-related services in the period 2102-13 to 2016-17, according to a report issued by the Australian National Audit Office.
Back-up and archive specialist Commvault has appointed 20-year industry veteran Kaaren Lewis to lead its channel and distribution efforts across Australia and New Zealand.
HP’s enormous 34” all-in-one is an amazing piece of kit, and I had a brief hands-on at an HP launch late last month.
Home printers, especially desktop all-in-one (Multi-function printer - MFP scan, copy, print) are largish and occupy too much valuable desktop space, especially in smaller apartments. HP has solved that.
In yet another move to redefine boring beige and black desktop boxes HP has unveiled its Elite Slice – a 16.5cm square modular masterpiece that could replace several desktop devices.
At a recent HP consumer computing launch, I had to ask where the computer was – all I could see was a good-looking triangle shaped, B&O Play speaker. Wave goodbye to any concepts of boring.
German-based, global enterprise software company Software AG has beefed up its Australia-New Zealand management team.
Oracle has been ordered to pay Hewlett Packard US$3 billion by a US court as a result of a lawsuit brought by HP five years ago over Oracle’s decision to stop developing versions of its software for HP servers based on Intel's Itanium processors.
Printer and multifunction device manufacturer Oki has appointed Judy Wilson as channel manager – buying groups.
The board of ICT services giant CSC has given the green light to plans for the proposed merger with Hewlett Packard’s enterprise services business, HPE, with the newly merged company expected to have annual revenues of US$26 billion.
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