Stories that mention Heather Wright
The year that was: 365 days in channel land
We take a look back at 2015, the stories that showcased the Kiwi channel at its best -and worst- and the people that make up the channel.
Office 2016 drops September 22
Microsoft has confirmed rollout of Office 2016 will begin on September 22 – less than two weeks away.
Aussies snap up CodeBlue in potential $15 million deal
Auckland-based national IT services company CodeBlue has been snapped up by Australia’s CSG in a deal worth up to $15 million.
Noel Leeming continues tech push with exclusive 3D deal
The retailer says its new offerings further cement its place as the 'market leader' in consumer technology products.
And Facebook says "Me too!"
According to Facebook’s data team 88 million people had more than 280 million Facebook interactions – posts, comments and likes – related to the final.
And the Kiwi channel says Dove, Dove, Dove...
Dove general manager Chris Rycroft breaks the rules to talk to Heather Wright – albeit about the company, teamwork, changes, and even a little about himself.
Data centre spend high priority for Kiwi companies
Data centre spend is high priority for many CIOs according to Gartner. Heather Wright gets some industry view on the state of play for the channel.
Wireless by default, wired by exception
It’s impossible to avoid wireless when talking network infrastructure, as Heather Wright discovers.
Exclusive: Jason Langley of Ingram Micro
Jason Langley, Ingram Micro general manager, value infrastructure, nearly didn't make it to the tech sector. He talks to Heather Wright about leadership and making your own opportunities.
Exclusive: Richard Paul of SnapperNet
Richard Paul, SnapperNet director and owner, talks to Heather Wright about industry changes, the founding of his company and life beyond technology.
Unified Communications: Dialling in mobility and video
Demands from employees for mobility and flexible work spaces is driving adoption of unified communications solutions in the New Zealand market - Heather Wright dials in the views of local experts.
Exclusive: ‘Handholding’ required in un-secure world
In the constantly changing world of technology, one area remains constant: the need for security. Heather Wright gets some expert views.
Labour’s David Cunliffe on ICT
A long time ICT fan, David Cunliffe was keen to step back into an ICT role, taking over as Labour spokesperson when he took over the reins as Opposition leader.
Increasingly Virtual in NZ
As the tech world goes virtual, Heather Wright polls some experts about their views on where resellers stand to gain the most.
Introducing the Asus Transformer All-in-One
Asus clearly subscribes to the 'big is better' mantra, with their Transformer All-in-One featuring an 18.4-inch tablet.
UFB opportunities in NZ business
Heather Wright looks at some of the opportunities the UFB rollout presents for the reseller community.
A channel guide to selling printers
For a market long predicted to be doomed, printing is looking remarkably good – Heather Wright takes a look at the new(er) face of printing in a four-part feature.