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Microsoft sure of Azure momentum with new Certified program
"Partner momentum with Microsoft Azure has never been stronger."
Microsoft drives four-frontal assault on Partner program
Microsoft kicked off Worldwide Partner Conference with plans to revamp the company’s partner program, revealing four new incentives for partners.
WPC beckons as Microsoft makes bold Azure cloud move
Microsoft is rolling out new storage services tied directly to Azure, ahead of the tech giant’s Worldwide Partner Conference next week.
Apps the way to do it as VMob bags global Microsoft Azure acclaim...
Kiwi mobile marketing innovation company VMob has been recognised for its innovative use of technology...
Microsoft sets Azure reseller NZ availability date…
The business opportunity for Microsoft’s partners around cloud continues to expand, with news that Microsoft Azure is coming to the Open Licensing program...
Is cloud operator lock in an issue for enterprise ?
Are open standards for cloud systems to interact going to become pervasive ?
Trend Micro and Microsoft unite to drive Azure security...
With businesses increasingly turning to the cloud for speed and flexibility, Trend Micro has announced an expanded strategic relationship with Microsoft to provide organisations with additional security for the Microsoft Cloud.
Microsoft Azure strengthens ‘Big Compute’ muscle with Kiwi Start-Up acquisition
"This purchase is a real shot in the arm for other New Zealand companies. It shows that if you take your ideas to the world stage, Fortune 500 compani
Big Compute for Microsoft Azure... Redmond reveals GreenButton acquisition
"Our work integrating GreenButton’s leading technology with the enterprise-grade scale and global reach of Azure starts today, as we welcome the New Z
Microsoft NZ: Kiwi tech “alive and kicking”
"This deal speaks volumes for the growing tech talent in New Zealand. It shows that Kiwi tech is alive and kicking."
An acquisition heard around the world…
For founder and CEO Scott Houston, Microsoft’s acquisition of GreenButton is an acquisition representing natural progression, given the close working
Partners prepare for Microsoft NZ Awards…
Representing the pinnacle of IT industry awards in New Zealand, the Microsoft Partner Awards is set to take place in Auckland tomorrow...
Microsoft challenges Amazon with mega Azure pricing cuts…
"We recognise that economics are a primary driver for some customers adopting cloud, and stand by our commitment to match prices and be best-in-class on price performance."
Microsoft sure, of rebranding Azure…
Built on the pillars of openness and flexibility, how fitting that Windows Azure will be renamed Microsoft Azure, beginning April 3.
Revera joins Microsoft Cloud OS Network
Revera is gearing up to spearhead Microsoft’s Cloud OS Network in New Zealand.
￼Microsoft on a smooth transition to cloud
Bradley Borrows, Microsoft New Zealand Azure and server business group lead, looks at server virtualisation and the path to cloud.
Schneider Electric selects Microsoft Windows Azure as preferred cloud platform
Schneider Electric announces selection of Microsoft Windows Azure as a preferred cloud provider for the company’s StruxureWare software applications and suites.
Microsoft expands Asian Windows Azure services
Software giant announces major expansion of Windows Azure services in Asia, set to be "hundreds of millions of dollars."
Webjet takes off to Microsoft Cloud
Travel booking website soars embraces Office 365, Windows Azure and Windows 8.
The latest weapon in the fight against fraud
This dinky device could be your best protection from online thieves.
Secure me: credit card fraud
Credit card fraud is something all merchants should be concerned about – and it presents opportunities for resellers as well, says Simon Gamble, co-founder and business development director of Mako Networks.
Kiwi duped in Facebook scam
A Hastings woman has fallen victim to a common Facebook scam
Ex-Apple manager pleads guilty to fraud
Former global supply manager, Paul Devine, admits taking bribes in return for giving information that led to manufacturers winning Apple contracts.