Technology News & Opinions

Telstra goes live with Cisco Intercloud in Australia 
Key milestone for billion-dollar platform.
 
OBS clinches Azure win involving 77 Queensland councils 
Information about council roads and rates connected via cloud.
 
Five Aussie tech firms looking to shake up the ASX 
 
Former Microsoft exec heads up Sydney mobile payment startup 
 
Toshiba retreating from consumer PC markets 
 
CSC lands $13m deal with electoral commission 
 
Google follows Apple with default device encryption 
Implements stronger data security measures for Android.
 
SAP pounces on Concur for $8.3 billion 
German giant stakes claim as "undisputed business network company".
 
Lenovo debuts three workstations 
New Thinkstations coming to Australia and New Zealand.
 
10 things we learned this week 
One IT firm's beverage perks and another's new health kick.
 
More hope for desktop PC market 
Workstation shipments to jump, even though PCs down overall.
 
Paragon picks first Aussie distie 
Datastor brings SMB backup software to channel.
 
Oracle's Larry Ellison steps down 
Co-founder to move aside after 37 years.
 
Microsoft confirms another 2,100 job cuts 
 
Infosys ties with Huawei for cloud 
Indian outsourcer and Chinese vendor to partner on service and IaaS.
 
Palo Alto awards top Aussie partners 
Enosys, Bridge Point and Distribution Central among winners.
 
Apple slaps down Google with iOS 8 privacy pledge 
New encryption will also impede law enforcement requests.
 
HP unveils five portable PCs 
Expands Envy, Pavilion and Chromebook lines.
 
BlackLine hires local VP 
Todd Hunt joins after more than a decade at Infor.
 
Datacom takes heathy bite of Canberra software firm 
Signals hospital push with SmartWard purchase.
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Issue: 330 | August 2014

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.