Having started his career at Renaissance. Sean joined Apple in Melbourne for a number of years before working in the media space. This started with Review Publishing and later the tech publisher IDG Communications. In 2006 he was involved in the launch of The Channel magazine. As they say – the rest is history.
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DataCenterNews Asia celebrates its 7th anniversary with major milestone
We've received fantastic feedback from our readers and partners, and we've now published more than 8,000 stories on the site - a milestone achievement on its seventh anniversary.
Techday's Cybersecurity in Aotearoa project selected for NZ On Air Public Interest Journalism Fund
"We will deliver thought-provoking coverage with real-world advice and commentary from security experts, and stories from people just like you and me.”
Exabeam announces Kiwi partnership
The security vendor is on a major roll, with numerous announcements including a local distributor.
How 7 Eleven responded to COVID-19 using technology
A fascinating look at six key innovations that have driven success at 7 Eleven Australia.
DMARC solution coming to New Zealand
A new DMARC solution partnership has been announced to combat domain spoofing locally.
Hands-on review: Corsair Dark Core RGB Pro wireless mouse
We take the gaming accessories manufacturers latest high precision mouse to the test.
Techday introduces 10 Minute IT Jams
These video interviews provide sharp, to-the-point insights into emerging and established technology companies.
Hands-on review: Razer Seiren X microphone
We check out a top of the line microphone from Razer's Broadcaster line.
Hands-on review - Razer Kiyo broadcasting camera
We have a look at one of the best broadcast quality webcams available today.
Hands-on review - Dynabook Portege X30L-G
We take the world lightest 13" laptop for a spin and in particular test its battery life claim.
YouTube Music becomes the future of Google’s music streaming ambitions
Google is merging its Google Play Music system into YouTube and has introduced a bunch of impressive new features.
Announcing the New Zealand IT Reboot event
The New Zealand IT Reboot is an industry event that is coming in late May.
How 3SIXT became a $250m consumer electronics success
We follow the fascinating journey over six years of the Australian consumer electronics brand 3SIXT.
Hands-on review: Why the ASUS Dual Band RT-AX88U Wi-Fi Router is like a Formula 1 racing car
We look at the high end 802.11ax Wi-Fi router from Asus, with it's impressive specifications.
Hands-on review: ASUS ZenScreen Go MB16AP
We get hands-on with Asus's new screen for mobile professionals. It's a fascinating device.
The fascinating round trip of a Kiwi IBM partner
The story of how a Kiwi company was successful in Australia and now returning full circle to NZ.
How Turners Group modernised their marketing technologies
The stats behind the transformation of the corporations marketing department.
Versa Networks matures into a major SD-WAN vendor
We look at the Silicon Valley networking software start-up, Versa Networks.
NetScout's Arbor Networks cybersecurity play shows fruit
We look at the how the vendors cybersecurity strategy has come together
Apstra makes significant NSX move
We look at the innovative network software vendor's latest software release.
German Telefónica chooses Infinera for backhaul network
The tier 1 German operator has chosen Silicon Valley vendor Infinera for its next network.
Paradigm shift as Infinera introduces new optical tech
We look at the optical networking vendor's latest announcement
Mellanox embraces open source SONiC operating system
We look at the latest open source move by the networking equipment vendor
NVIDIA's fascinating role in artificial intelligence
We look at the hardware companies role in these new technologies.