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HP celebrates another year of success at partner awards
Adding two new categories to the mix, HP’s 2019 partner awards were a night of glory and glamour as 13 winners were named
Finalists named for 2019 Microsoft Partner Awards!
The 12th annual Partner Awards has the most versatile mix of partner entries to date.
The Instillery and Origin merger: Origin CEO to become Chief Sales Officer
The combined organisation will retain The Instillery brand and deliver more than $40 million in revenue with 200 staff across Aotearoa.
Eaton’s A/NZ 2019 partner award winners
Partners across Australia and New Zealand gathered in Sydney with 13 awards going to resellers, service providers and distributors across the region.
NZTech adds new members as Kiwi ICT industry booms
The Instillery CEO Mike Jenkins and REANNZ CIOO Angela Nash join the board of the not-for-profit organisation that supports the $16b NZ tech industry.
The Instillery harnesses data for Auckland Council with AWS
The solution will help drive growth decisions, optimise city planning and enable stakeholders to measure the impact of investment on social outcomes.
Instillery and Vo2 merge to expand cloud offerings
The merger further fulfils the company’s ability to offer customers hybrid-cloud solutions and core SaaS applications such as Office 365.
The Instillery adds Google Cloud Platform to its lineup
The Instillery has inked a new deal with Google Cloud Platform, becoming one of the public cloud providers first New Zealand partners.
IDC names A/NZ's top Digital Disruptor and Digital Transformer
The nominations went through a rigorous judging process to determine the top Digital Transformer and Digital Disruptor for A/NZ.
The Instillery: Kiwi cloud company powers virtual shareholder meetings
"We’ve once again been able to use technology to help challenge the traditional mindset.”
Appetite for innovation: The Instillery appoints new business development manager
Whitmore will contribute to the ongoing growth of The Instillery by focusing on cloud infrastructure, automation, connectivity and security.
Born in the cloud: Exclusive interview with The Instillery's CEO
“Traditional IT is all cardigans and bow-ties. We didn’t want to be a cloud- anything or a com- anything.”
Rapid enterprise cloud adoption bolsters Kiwi company
This Kiwi company that helps businesses tap into cloud technologies and business analytics has experienced incredible growth.
The Instillery hones in on cloud services through AWS partnership
After ten months of development, Clearstate will be the company's first cloud optimisation and visibility tool, available through AWS.
The Instillery drives global growth with new COO
“Jamie has a rock solid understanding of global sales and operations which will be key as we continue to drive sustainable growth across the globe."
The Instillery Group scoops 'world first' Cloudability partnership for NZ & Pacific Islands
"Cloudability is thrilled to be working with The Instillery as an Elite Preferred Certified Consulting Partner for the NZ and Pacific Island region."
The Instillery announces new Zscaler partnership for NZ
Auckland-based ICT communications provider The Instillery has now become a provider of Zscaler's internet security operations across New Zealand.
New partnership brings cloud powered WiFi to Kiwi businesses
“The more we talk about the Internet of Things, the more pertinent data analytics becomes - and the way we do business is fundamentally changing."
Video is the new black
Mike Jenkins, The Instillery founder, managing director and CEO, puts forward the business case for cloud based business videoconferencing.