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WatchGuard: Top 8 security predictions for 2014
Could a Hollywood hack come true? Will there be a US Healthcare.gov data breach? Should you expect CryptoLocker clones?
Your invite to Exeed’s security & wireless roadshow
Local tech distributor Exeed is hitting the road again, rolling out the W.A.R. Tour in early November.
McMillan makes WatchGuard NZ sales move
WatchGuard Technologies has today announced the appointment of Cadell McMillan as New Zealand Territory Sales Manager.
Top 13 Security Predictions for 2013
What are the biggest threats for New Zealand businesses and consumers during the next twelve months?
Going for (White)Gold
Richard Crabb talks to Heather Wright about WhiteGold Solutions’ plans for the local market as the company opens its first New Zealand office and warehouse.
WatchGuard's NZ plans
WatchGuard Technologies hopes to have staff on the ground in New Zealand early next year as the business security vendor records record growth, doubling Kiwi revenue last quarter.
Cybersecurity predictions for 2013
From mass compromises of Wordpress to a spear-phishing attack on the White House, there is no doubt cybercriminals gained confidence and momentum in 2012.
Magnificent seven for WatchGuard
Security provider announces seventh straight quarter of double-digit growth during Q3.
New Aussie distributor comes to NZ
This Australian distributor has ramped up its Kiwi efforts, opening its first New Zealand office to service both this country and the Pacific Islands.
WatchGuard rewards sales success with Fiji trip
WatchGuard Technologies will reward the winners of its ANZ Elite 2012 sales incentive competition with a trip to Fiji.
Has WatchGuard redefined the threat management market?
Labelled as ideal for businesses with 50 to 500 employees, WatchGuard announces change for the unified threat management industry.
WatchGuard appoints new ANZ boss
Security solutions provider finds replacement for promoted Scott Robertson.
HP’s hidden data centre appliance business
When HP says ‘appliance’ it’s talking a much wider definition than most, as
found out recently.
Usage policy: why IT needs to take charge
How to set boundaries and enforce them without being seen as the internet police.
Virtualised security now available from WatchGuard
XTMv network security and XCSv content security products both offered as virtual solutions.
WatchGuard ANZ boss promoted to APAC role
Five-year company veteran appointed to oversee sales in Asia-Pacific.
WatchGuard content security goes virtual
WatchGuard has added content security to its virtualisation platform, along with virtualised firewalls.
Securing the Virtual World
By Scott Robertson, vice president Asia Pacific channels and alliances, WatchGuard Technologies
Making the solution selection
How the right choice can help resellers turn one-off sales into six-figure support contracts.
Employees get sucked in by smarter cybercriminals
Corporate content security solution providers WatchGuard have polished up their crystal ball and are taking a look at some of the security risks lurking on the horizon for this year.
Forewarned is Forearmed
Corporate content security solution providers WatchGuard have polished up their crystsal ball and are taking a look at some of the security risks lurking on the horizon for this year.
Demand for business security 'at an all-time high'
WatchGuard achieves record quarter on back of acceleration in mid-size and enterprise markets.
WatchGuard reports record quarter
15.6% growth in Q3 worldwide; how did ANZ fare?
Securing the dollars in a new market
The cat and mouse game between cyber criminals and business, along with business changes and even New Zealand’s new copyright legislation, are creating new security demands – and opportunities for resellers, as Heather Wright discovers.