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For sale: Anittel's shell 
Comes pre-packaged with tech investors, and Peter Kazacos.
Anittel buys another Dubbo reseller  
Former Ingram Micro exec John Walters joins Anittel as consultant  
Anittel profits spiral down 
Cuts headcount by 10 percent.
Anittel determined to buy up resellers  
Slowing hardware sales impact forecasts.
CRN Fast50: Anittel shows why its No.1 
Anittel managing director llkka Tales is a man on a mission.
CRN Fast50: Anittel fastest growing reseller 
Regional national reseller grows by 310 percent.
CRN Fast50: Top 10 unveiled 
Congratulations to the CRN Fast50 who are the fastest growing resellers in 2010. Find out more about the CRN Fast50 at fast50.crn.com.au.
Regional resellers give verdict on refocused NBN  
They want NBN but are sceptical of government.
Hostech makes eighth acquisition this year 
Hostech FY10 revenue grows 310 percent 
Q&A: Inside Anittel's advisory board 
Anittel launches an advisory board. CRN finds out why.
Anittel announces SMB focused advisory board 
Mathew Dickerson appointed chairman.
Hostech completes acquisition of regional resellers 
Hostech completes Anittel acquisition 
Interview: Peter Kazacos and the "wild west" of IT 
CRN talks to Hostech chairman and industry veteran, Peter Kazacos.
Opinion: Buy a hoster today! 
Or, how I misunderstood the cloud.
An insider's guide to the Hostech deal 
Mathew Dickerson tells CRN's editor in chief what led to the purchase of four regional resellers.
Kaz founder buys regional resellers 
Peter Kazacos (pictured) builds Australia's first regional SMB IT services leviathan.
Kazacos acquires Sensis' Invizage  
Peter Kazacos, the man that left Kaz to Telstra has returned to buy up an arm of Sensis.
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CRN Magazine

Issue: 336 | March 2015

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.