Citrix Systems in Australia and New Zealand has brought in a 25-year industry veteran as its product specialist to take up a newly created role ‘evangelising’ the company across the Asia Pacific region.
on 11/17/2010 – Made popular on 11/17/2010
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: PeopleInvestment management industry solutions vendor, DST Global Solutions, has appointed a 15-year Asia and Australian marketing industry veteran to head up its marketing team for the Asia pacific region.
Top Hat Monocle, the Toronto, Canada-based service that provides a web-based clicker and online homework tool that aims to make large lecture-based classes more engaging, just announced that it is expanding its reach to the Asia-Pacific region, with a focus on Australia and New Zealand.
The head of Cisco Australia and New Zealand, Les Williamson, has been promoted to lead Cisco's newly created Asia Pacific area that will include South East Asia (Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam) and Australia and New Zealand).
Citrix Systems has created a new role of senior manager for NetScaler in the Australia, New Zealand market in what the company says is a response to very strong growth in the application delivery controller (ADC), WAN optimisation and VPN technology fields in the ANZ region.
Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: PeopleEMC has promoted David Webster to the role of president for Asia Pacific and Japan, and appointed a 12-year veteran of the company as his successor in the Australia and New Zealand role.
EMC Australia has expanded the role of its director of marketing, Australia and New Zealand, Wendy Reid, to include a new leadership role as senior director of marketing programs and events for the Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) region.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: MarketInformation intelligence solutions provider, BAE Systems Detica, is consolidating its Asia Pacific operations, incorporating past acquisitions into one organisations to do business in Australia and the APAC region.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: MarketWith Australia and New Zealand the exception, the Asia Pacific business process outsourcing (BPO) market is reportedly still underdeveloped and underexploited compared with other markets or regions, with the APAC market for BPO on pace to deliver $6.45 billion in revenues by the end of this year.
The Asia-Pacific market is quickly becoming a battleground for cloud computing vendors. Amazon has always been very active in the region. Microsoft is investing heavily there and made Azure generally available in China last month, for example. Today, Google is joining the fray by launching its first two Compute Engine zones in the Asia-Pacific region. Read More