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Dicker and APC take resellers on a fiery adventure in Vanuatu
Seven resellers got to witness a volcanic fireworks display on Vanuatu as the winners of a Dicker Data and APC promotion.
Schneider Electric’s acquisition of APC 10 years on
I know it’s cliché, but it really does seem like yesterday, the $6.1 billion purchase of American Power Conversion.
APC by Schneider Electric Partner Awards: Nominations now open
“We’re extremely excited to announce that nominations are now open and look forward to reviewing them as they come through."
Hands-on review: APC Back-UPS ES 700 - a device lifesaver
In the modern world where everything is digital, which inevitably means sources of power, the APC ES 700 is truly invaluable.
Hands-on review: APC Smart-UPS 1500 VA - vital file protection
The 1500VA comes packed with features, making it a device that is hard to live without for SMBs or savvy consumers.
Hands-on review: APC M5 Mobile Power Pack - keep gadgets chugging
APC’s M5 does one job and it does it brilliantly. If you want to spend time away from a wall socket, the M5 is definitely worth a look.
APC by Schneider Electric expands channel support for MSPs
"The modern IT partner is rapidly evolving and shifting from hardware sales to a more concentrated emphasis on service-oriented revenue streams."
What is the role of Edge Computing in New Zealand as it relates to the IoT?
Gaining traction year on year, the Internet of Things (IoT) has rapidly transformed the way the global economy functions.
What's happening to your data centre while you're not there?
Not monitoring your data centre or server room is like driving an expensive high performance car without a dashboard - but there is an easy solution.
New partner program to boost APC by Schneider Electric channel
APC by Schneider Electric launches new partner program to 'invigorate' local channel and aid partner profitability.
Act soon to avoid implications of Windows Server 2003 phase out
The discontinuation of Windows Server 2003 will leave organisations that don’t migrate their servers and applications to a newer platform at risk.
Protecting IT in small businesses and branch offices
Westcon Imagine 2014 - IT equipment deployed in small businesses or branch offices is often installed in areas that are less than conducive to proper performance.
More on me: Simon Smith, APC by Schneider Electric
An enduring interest in technology coincided with the rise of personal computing for the masses and that, in a nutshell, is how Simon Smith, Regional Manager, NZ and South Pacific at APC by Schneider Electric, came to be where he is today
Industry turns out in force for Westcon's Unified Comms event...
Ten vendors, one very clear message for unified communications enablement at Westcon's Switched On event in Auckland last week.
Protecting the Edge is Crucial in a Cloud Environment
UPS manufacturer APC explains the importance of keeping your network edge running when your systems are in the cloud.
Mixed bag of reviews for Resident Evil 6
One of the year’s most anticipated games has only just been released but has already been given the thumbs down by critics and gamers alike.
Review: Tekken Tag Tournament 2
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 is the second tag-team style Tekken game releasing over a decade since the first one came out at the arcades in 1999.
Resellers benefit from Ingram Micro Showcase
Resellers took advantage of the Ingram Micro Showcase 2012 in Auckland this week, detailing new products and areas of growth across ANZ.
Bikini bonus for Tekken Tag pre-orders
Swimsuits, martial arts, samurai swords and Snoop Dogg – nobody does random quite like the Tekken franchise.
Sony Playstation expands into cloud with acquisition
What will Sony Computer Entertaiment's acquisition of Gaikai Inc mean for the future of gaming?
Lollypop Chainsaw Review
A Cheerleader with a chainsaw killing Zombies - what more could you want?
Operational costs and carbon footprints
How escalating energy costs coupled with a drive to reduce carbon emissions will trigger changes within the data centre industry.
Games would be better if consoles were the same: developer
Are game creators wasting time developing the same games for different machines?
Reducing operational costs and carbon footprints
Simon Smith, Schneider Electric IT Business regional manager, New Zealand and South Pacific, discusses how escalating energy costs coupled with a drive to reduce carbon emissions will trigger changes within the data centre industry.