10 ways the IBM-Apple deal is momentous 
What the union of enemies-turned-friends means for the channel.
 
Telstra reveals wait for Lumia 930 launch 
Hardware update disrupts release.
 
Australian father and son team win Telstra Awards 
 
10 things we learned this week  
Seven really is the magic number.
 
Selling your Android phone? Concerns over factory reset 
 
New Android malware outsmarts antivirus vendors 
 
MacTel complains to ACCC about "monopolistic" Telstra 
 
Thought Google I/O was only about consumers? Think again 
Aussie partner reveals Google's enterprise ambitions.
 
Google unveils first Android Wear smartwatches 
 
What you need to know about Android 5.0 
 
Microsoft's Android smartphone: Nokia X2 
Reveals first Android mobile under the Nokia brand.
 
Reseller reaches finals in Telstra Awards 
Intuit Technologies in running for share of $500,000.
 
Telstra grabs Gen-i's Australian clients 
Kiwi provider cuts down Australian operations.
 
Telstra reveals multimillion home networking vision 
Spends tens of millions on joint venture with SNP Security.
 
Telstra reveals 19-country cloud rollout 
Behind multimillion dollar project for US$22.6bn real estate giant.
 
Android and Windows phones to get 'kill switch' 
 
New telco adds 53 retail resellers for Telstra service 
University bookstore deal the first of three for iVNO.
 
Telstra partner spending $30m to tap smartphone boom 
 
Google to let devices talk automatically 
Upcoming "Nearby" feature for Android will let tablets and smartphones interact with places, people and things in their immediate vicinity.
 
NSC founder drafted to lead Telstra-backed vendor 
Craig Neil to transform IPscape from direct business to channel sales.
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Issue: 328 | June 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.