Partners

Microsoft
Today, Microsoft is one of the world’s best-known brands. Our relationship with millions of Australians extends from the home to the school and the office – and our technology is fundamental to people working in business, government and the community.
An estimated 17 million Australians have used our software either at work or home – searching the Web with Internet Explorer and Bing, analysing data with Office Excel, sharing through Hotmail, playing on Xbox, communicating with Windows Phone or using one of our many business and server platform products. Today, with the power of cloud computing, we have a vision to connect people to the things that are most important to them through a seamless experience across the PC, browser and phone.
Acer
The Acer Group is a family of three brands — Acer, Gateway, and Packard Bell. This unique multi-brand strategy allows each brand to offer a unique set of brand characteristics that targets different customer needs in the global PC market. Today, the Acer Group still strives to break the barriers between people and technology. It ranks No. 4 for total PC and No. 3 for notebooks shipments*, and has a global workforce of 8,000 employees. Revenues for 2012 reached US$14.7 billion.
Acer is devoted to designing IT products that improve usability and add value to our customers needs — be it at work or leisure. We believe innovation is not the mere creation of new technologies and solutions, but the guarantee that users receive the benefits of these developments, and feel truly empowered.
brother
For more than a century, Brother has won recognition as a brand synonymous with delivering product innovation and customer satisfaction. A Japanese company founded in 1908, Brother has 19 production facilities and 43 sales companies operating in 41 countries in different regions today.
Brother is now a leading brand that produces quality innovative products for the print and imaging, labelling and sewing markets. Key products include laser printers, Multi-Function Centres (MFCs), fax machines, labelers, label printers, and a wide range of home and industrial sewing machines. A trusted brand worldwide that believes in the “Customer First” approach in all aspects of our business, Brother has continuously met the varied needs of our customers through our comprehensive range of quality solutions.
APC
In today’s “always on, always available” world where businesses can’t stop and downtime is measured in dollars, American Power Conversion (APC) provides protection against some of the leading causes of downtime, data loss and hardware damage: power problems and temperature. As a global leader in network-critical physical infrastructure (NCPI) solutions, APC sets the standard in its industry for quality, innovation and support. Its comprehensive solutions, which are designed for both home and corporate environments, improve the manageability, availability and performance of sensitive electronic, network, communications and industrial equipment of all sizes.
CISCO
Cisco has shaped the future of the Internet by creating unprecedented value and opportunity for our customers, employees, investors and ecosystem partners and has become the worldwide leader in networking – transforming how people connect, communicate and collaborate.
StorageCraft
StorageCraft makes software and solutions that help you backup fast and recover faster. The legendary reliability of StorageCraft ShadowProtect and our end-to-end business continuity solution gives you the confidence you need to deliver best-in-class backup and disaster recovery. Whether you’re running a small home office, managing a large IT department, or providing backup and disaster recovery services to many business customers, the StorageCraft Recover-Ability Solution will provide you with the tools you need to keep disasters at bay. Watch this video to find out how StorageCraft can help you.
Intel
Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products, and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live. Founded in 1968 to build semiconductor memory products, Intel introduced the world’s first microprocessor in 1971.
Over the years, Intel has grown its employee base to 82,500 as of December 25, 2010 with approximately 55% of those employees located in the United States.