Security specialist WatchGuard Technologies has appointed Simon Yeo to the role of senior vice president of operations.
Security specialist Trellix has appointed Luke Power to the role of ANZ managing director.
Identity provider Okta has appointed Philip Goldie to the role of vice president for Australia and New Zealand.
Cybersecurity vendor Sophos has appointed Charles de Jesus to the role of ANZ channel director.
Threat intelligence company Cyble has appointed Tim Youm as its ANZ regional sales director.
Cloud security specialist Bitglass has appointed Wayne Neich as its ANZ regional sales director.
Cloud computing specialist Nutanix has appointed Rajiv Ramaswami as its president and CEO.
Hybrid cloud vendor NetApp has appointed Sanjay Rohatgi as senior vice president and general manager for Asia Pacific.
Lenovo has found a backdoor in two of its switches that could give an attacker access to the switch management interface and allow settings to be changed, expose traffic and also effect a partial or complete denial of service.
Hitachi Data Systems has appointed Michael Zutenis as its distribution and value-added-reseller (VAR) lead in Asia Pacific.
Communications vendor Avaya has appointed Maan Al-Shakarchi as head of networking in Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Asia-Pacific.
Ruckus Wirless has boosted plans for growth in the Asia Pacific region with the appointment of a new regional business development chief.
Aruba Networks has appointed Steve Wood to the role of senior vice-president for the Asia-Pacific region.
Orange Business Services has a new Asia Pacific chief with the appointment of industry veteran Dr Patrick Sim as Senior Vice President for the region.
Customer experience vendor Interactive Intelligence has appointed two new territory managers.
EMC has appointed John Roese to the role of chief technology officer.
The Rockstar Consortium is free to proceed with its acquisition of thousands of Nortel patents.
The Department of Justice's antitrust division has cleared Google's proposed acquisition of Motorola Mobility along with the acquisition by Apple, Microsoft and Research in Motion of a number of Nortel patents, and the acquisition by Apple of certain Novell patents , but has expressed concerns about the "ambiguity" of Google's policies around standard essential patents.
A consortium of Apple, EMC, Ericsson, Microsoft, Research In Motion and Sony has beaten Google to pay $US4.5 billion for more than 6,000 Nortel patents and patent applications spanning wireless, wireless 4G, data networking, optical, voice, internet, service provider, semiconductors and other patents.
Nortel is to sell its remaining portfolio of approximately 6000 patents and patent applications to Google for $US900m in cash, subject to the outcome of a court-mandated auction.
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