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Avaya gears up to exit bankruptcy as local business sees strong growth
Avaya moves a step closer to exiting Chapter 11 bankruptcy, gains new CEO, while local business continues to progress 'strongly'.
Qld RSPCA embraces video conferencing to save animals' lives
This is the best solution for us, as it will enable us to reduce the needless suffering of injured and abandoned animals."
Avaya unveils reorganisation plans
Avaya has revealed its plans for ‘reorganisation’ as the company in the aftermath of its January filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
A brief history: How Broadcom, Brocade & Extreme Networks got together
From these newly acquired assets, Extreme hopes to generate over $230 million in annualised revenue.
Cisco ends 2016 on top of collaboration market as Microsoft nips at heels
Cisco ended 2016 top dog in the overall collaboration market, despite a sequential uptick in market share for Microsoft.
Avaya hones in on A/NZ with flurry of channel appointments
Following the disruption of bankruptcy filings in the US, Avaya has made a number of job commitments in A/NZ to build on its continued transformation.
Bankrupt Avaya enters asset purchase agreement - A/NZ MD assures partners
Avaya earlier this year filed for bankruptcy and has now announced it has entered into an asset purchase agreement with Extreme Networks.
Avaya appoints new global channel chief to hone partner program
Avaya’s appointment of a new global channel leader has been well-timed with the company’s new channel program.
Avaya looks to drive digital transformation in India with new R&D team
Avaya recently announced a new leadership team to drive product innovation in its research and development (R&D) centers across Pune and Bangalore.
Inspira achieves highest level in Avaya partner program
"I am confident that this partnership will strongly address the growing technology needs of a rapidly-expanding video collaboration market."
Avaya bankruptcy filing: What does it mean for ANZ?
While news on the future of Avaya has triggered speculation on the direction of the company, Avaya Australia & NZ assures it is business as usual.
Avaya files for bankruptcy, looks for a new path
"We believe pursuing a restructuring through chapter 11 is the best path forward at this time.”
Avaya ups mid-market play with new IP Office Contact Center offering
Avaya is ramping up its mid-market push with a new version of its contact centre platform featuring significant report and installation enhancements.
Avaya bulks up local resources as it rebuilds New Zealand business.
Avaya is stepping up its local presence as it seeks to capitalise on what it believes are big opportunities to help Kiwi companies with their DX.
Avaya boss talks rumours, buy-outs, bankruptcy and the future of Avaya
Avaya International boss Nidal Abou-Ltaif tells customers and partners the vendor is bullish and confident as it continues to forge a new path.
Avaya crowns local partner and customer winners
Australia's CCNA and Macquarie Bank have picked up key Avaya awards, with a slew of Asia Pacific partners and customers also claiming glory.
Photo gallery: Avaya engages partners and customers
Local partners and customers turned out for Avaya Engage in Dubai last week, where transformation - including that of Avaya - was a key focus.
Avaya ramps up SDN training to help companies capitalise on DX
Avaya is ramping up its push to drive SDN networking skills development - and DX - with the expansion of its Ace-Fx training.
DX is the new digital divide - so how do you avoid being caught?
DX has become the new digital divide, separating businesses into the 'haves' and the 'have mores'.
Avaya & Tencent Cloud to develop 'open & secure' cloud communications ecosystem
"“Our stable, secure and fast cloud computing infrastructure services can enable rapid development and deployment of enterprise communications."
Avaya eyes smart cities initiatives as local growth soars
Hard on the heels of its biggest quarter in ANZ in three years, Avaya is eyeing up the smart cities opportunities for itself and its partners.
Avaya aims for a new edge with updated partner program
Avaya has streamlined its Edge partner program and added ‘greater benefits’ as the company’s focus shifts increasingly to software and services.
Australian not-for-profit digitally transforms for client security
The Nutanix platform was put in place to securely enable Avaya contact centre and video conferencing - a key component of its digital strategy.
Avaya's new solution looks to help combat cybercrime
The main challenge for small and midsize businesses is to keep up with the growing and ever-changing cybersecurity threats.