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ExtraHop snaps up new local VP of sales to drive growth
The company says Kuo’s appointment compliments their recent growth within the APAC region.
Photo gallery: HP New Zealand turns it on for 2017 Partner Awards
A hackers lounge, Mr Robot and a Kabuki drop set the stage for last week’s HP Partner Awards 2017. So what did the 300 guests get up to?
HP New Zealand Partner Awards: And the winners are…
Cyclone, Lexel, Ingram Micro, Noel Leeming and Samoa Stationery were among the winners at the HP New Zealand Partner Awards.
Hands on review: HP Envy Photo 7120
The HP Envy Photo 7120 is a wi-fi enabled, compact, multifunction printer. It’s aimed mainly at the home user for printing photos and the odd document
Glitz and glamour at HP’s exclusive partner event
HP is famous for their extraordinary partner events, and this year’s event is lining up to be the best one yet...
Ingram Micro NZ and HP driving VR for schools
Five Kiwi resellers will soon be big winners in the eyes of their favourite schools, with an Ingram Micro NZ HP promo providing VR kits for schools.
Ingram Micro NZ ramps up trade-in push with HP buy back
Ingram Micro NZ and HP have teamed up in an deal offering resellers an additional bonus for trade-ins when buying HP mobility devices.
HP takes hold of Samsung’s printer business in $1b deal
The company is set to disrupt the $55 billion A3 copier market while strengthening its current A4 laser printing business.
Gisborne District Council issues tender for IT makeover
Gisborne’s District Council has issued a tender for the replacement of its end-of-life servers and storage with hyper-converged infrastructure.
Well, I’ll be dammed… Ingram resellers beaver away on HP promotion
Ingram Micro NZ has been overrun by rodents, with a plethora of cute and cuddly beavers making a temporary home at the distributor this week.
Business demand not enough to prevent further PC market declines
Steady business demand isn't enough to starve off a declining PC market according to the latest figures from Gartner.
HP winner in better than expected Q3 PC market
The traditional PC market has clocked a better than expected result Q3, with HP logging a ‘notable’ growth thanks to big wins in Asia Pacific.
Former Dell exec leads new company on data center transformation mission
"Faced with exploding complexity and scale, they can no longer do their jobs without intelligent automation technology.”
HP recruits former GCSB researcher for new Security Advisory Board
Ex-GCSB researcher Justine Bone has scored a role in HP’s new Security Advisory Board, alongside a former hacker and a security consultant.
HP launches new POS system to re-energise retail
ElitePOS aims to modernise the traditional retail experience for brands with a fresh design, security and performance.
HP ups partner training and enablement with HP University
HP has launched a new training program, HP University, to help resellers capitalise on the move to subscription-based selling and optimise revenue.
Digital projects driving India's commercial tablet sales
Strong growth in the commercial segment is helping drive marginal growth in the Indian tablet market, despite a declining consumer segment.
Consumer, enterprise and public sector fuel Aussie PC spend
Australia’s traditional PC market has bucked the global trend to record growth in Q2, driven by strong consumer, enterprise and public sector spend.
Photo gallery: HP celebrates 50 years in NZ
As HP celebrates 50 years in New Zealand, local boss Grant Hopkins says the most exciting years are still ahead.
Inkjet and laser printer market sees 'modest' growth
The print market isn't as dead as many believe with the worldwide hardcopy peripherals market recording growth on the back of inkjet and laser growth.
Ingram Micro NZ resellers to shred the slopes in Canada in new HP promo
Ingram Micro resellers will be whistling down the slopes in Canada as part of the distributor's latest HP promotion.
Indian PC market hits all-time low on back of GST implementation
Traditional PC shipments in India have slumped nearly 19% quarter on quarter to an all-time low on the back of the recent GST implementation, IDC says
Red Hat & Microsoft on a mission to simplify container adoption for enterprises
Microsoft and Red Hat are extending their alliance with two new initiatives aimed at supporting enterprises in their adoption of containers.
HP takes virtual reality to commercial businesses with world's first VR backpack
VR is changing the way people learn, communicate and create. That change is what inspired HP to embrace the technology, says Xavier Garcia.