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Reseller News online relaunched

Reseller News online relaunched

NZ Reseller News is excited to announce the relaunch of our online brand. The Reseller News site is now run by IDG's team of NZ editors and journalists, backed by IDG's regional and global resources.

International Data Group (IDG) is the world's leading technology media, events and research company; think tech, think IDG.

Our passion is to deliver the very best information, advice, news and events around technology. Everything we do aims to help our readers to leverage technology to become more successful.

This gives readers access to the world's largest technology news feed and the very best team of local journalists covering New Zealand's ICT industry and community.

The relaunched website features several new areas including a much expanded coverage of all sectors of the IT industry and an events listing facility.

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