What winning the CRN Fast50 meant to us: LeetGeek 
 
What winning the CRN Fast50 meant to us: NGage Technology Group 
 
Find out what's new in the bigger and better CRN Fast50 
 
Microsoft's AI can tell dogs apart 
Technology could assist blind people.
 
Recruiter acquires ex-Aussie IT firm in $100m bid 
ITCOM reaps rewards from uptick in IT spending.
 
Equinix almost quadruples Australian profit  
Global firm has 44 consecutive quarters of growth.
 
Hope for ONESenior customers 
Telstra says old numbers can be retained after all.
 
Save collapsed telco customers, says senator 
 
New receivers for iBoss cut off ONESeniors clients 
Supply arrangement with Telstra now terminated.
 
Massive growth for Brisbane's Cloud Plus 
Goes extra mile for carriage customers.
 
10 things we learned this week 
CeBIT, Google Glass, Canberra Raiders and real estate agents.
 
iBoss customers suffer reconnection failure 
Vocus blames "complex web" of former owners.
 
Vocus swoops in after iBoss administration 
 
Regional Roundup: Wagga Wagga 
Who provides IT in this tight-knit community?
 
Reseller report card: Revolution IT 
Vendors are generally upping their game, says Hamish Leighton.
 
LAN1 on winning streak with Axis 
Wins top award for sixth year straight.
 
Hills Ltd signs exclusive distie deal for connected home 
Australia is first global market for device from Nest, GoPro designer.
 
HTC One M8 hoodwinks benchmarks 
HTC One M8's benchmark results do not reflect normal usage, but can be a "feature".
 
What do mining giants want from resellers? 
For miners, efficient use of IT through outsourcing and cloud infrastructure is key.
 
ATO rethinks IT contractor arrangements 
Not clear if panel will be reduced.
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CRN Magazine

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.