LAN1 on winning streak with Axis 
By | Comment Now 
Wins top award for sixth year straight.
AWS in fight for Aussie IT talent  
Public cloud giant heads down under hunting local brains for Seattle HQ.
See inside Equinix's 2000-rack Sydney data centre 
From cooling towers to generators and biometric security.
CEO Magazine names Nick Verykios as IT exec of the year 
Photos: Who was at CommVault's Melbourne Cup event? 
Partners celebrate in style at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Distribution Central has "most profitable quarter ever" 
Buyers sniffing around but founders not ready to sell.
Join the channel's best performers 
Have you got what it takes to make the CRN Fast50?
Scott Frew: Risk taker 
The Distribution Central founder Scott Frew has never done anything by halves.
Winners list: 2013 Microsoft Australia Partner Awards 
By | Comment Now 
Winners across 24 categories were chosen from a national field of more than 200.
iAsset wins gong 
By | Comment Now 
Channel asset management solution.
DC: become a service provider or risk extinction 
DC cloud play to put money in the bank  
Boasts new partner model for as a service.
Distribution Central wins Palo Alto 
Fujitsu, Distribution Central ink server deal 
DC and Avaya launch UC assault 
To address low UC uptake down under.
In pictures: Veeam ProPartner awards 
Opportunities for resellers in the virtualisation market.
NEC gets Cisco partner gong 
By | Comment Now 
Fifteen partners from nineteen categories recognised.
iAsset signs Arrow Electronics for internal upgrade 
Multi-million dollar deal iAsset's biggest.
Distribution Central creates new business unit 
In pictures: Channel lets loose at Delirium 
By | Comment Now 
DC's annual end of financial year shindig.
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CRN Magazine

Issue: 326 | April 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.