Australia’s Major Service Providers rely on VPD

Voice Print & Data with its strategic relationship with some of the worlds largest IT vendors has the power to service all your IT needs. Voice Print & Data has service arrangements with its corporate partners to provide Enterprise Class IT & T.

 

Onehub Business is a sales organisation with a nationwide presence and a ‘combine and conquer’ strategy. It brings together leading telecommunications provider, Optus, with IT specialists, Voice Print Data, to provide a one-stop-shop for Australian business. Our partner network already spans multiple locations in 4 states, and is growing rapidly. Our people are customer focused and highly trained. Our extensive knowledge and experience allows us to utilise new and existing technologies to assist businesses and organisations to do things better, faster and easier. Onehub’s model will ensure that our dealers will be recognised as the preferred supplier of telecommunications and IT products and services for Australian SMBs.

If you are looking for Razor sharp print outs, excellent image quality and a wide range of finishing options, the all new DEVELOP range has it covered. A pioneer in the world of office document imaging with European pedigree, ‘Develop’ was founded in Germany in 1948 and continues as one of Europe’s leading MFD vendors. Today part of the Konica Minolta Business Technologies family and with distribution into more than 50 countries, you can be assured of world-class style, quality and reliability. For a Job big or small we have you covered.

Lenovo is one of the world’s leading personal technology companies, producing innovative PCs and mobile internet devices. A global Fortune 500 company, Lenovo is the world’s largest PC vendor and third largest smartphone company. While the Lenovo brand came into existence only in 2004, the company has a much longer history. In 1984, Legend Holdings was formed with 200,000 RMB (US$25,000) in a guard house in China. The company was incorporated in Hong Kong in 1988 and would grow to be the largest PC company in China. Legend Holdings changed its name to Lenovo in 2004 and, in 2005, acquired the former Personal Computer Division of IBM, the company that invented the PC industry in 1981.

The company builds affordable, all-in-one network and content security solutions to provide defense in depth for corporate content, networks and the businesses they power. WatchGuard’s award-winning Extensible Threat Management (XTM) network security solutions combine firewall, VPN, and security services to protect networks from spam, viruses, malware, and intrusions. The new Extensible Content Security (XCS) appliances offer content security across email and web combined with data loss prevention for complete content protection. WatchGuard extensible solutions scale to offer right-sized security for small businesses up to enterprises.

The company is a global provider of business communications and collaboration software and services. Mitel’s Freedom architecture provides the flexibility and simplicity organisations need to support today’s dynamic work environment. Through a single cloud-ready software stream, Mitel delivers a powerful suite of advanced communications and collaboration capabilities that, provides freedom from walled garden architectures and enables organisations to implement best-of-breed solutions on any network; extends the “in-office” experience anywhere, on any device; and offers choice of commercial options to fit business needs.

The company is a provider of virtualization solutions from the desktop to the data centre. The company offers multiple products from the desktop to the data centre. The business is organised around providing solutions for three major information technology (IT) predicaments: reducing costs and increasing operational efficiency in data centres, providing easy access to “cloud computing” capacity, and simplifying management and control of corporate client computing. Its virtualization solutions represent a pioneering approach to computing that separates application software from the underlying hardware to achieve significant improvements in efficiency.

HP is a global provider of products, technologies, software solutions and services to individual consumers, small- and medium-sized businesses and large enterprises, including the public and education sectors. Its offerings include personal computing under the HP and Compaq brands, imaging and printing-related products and services, enterprise information technology infrastructure and multi-vendor customer services. HP operates seven business segments: services, enterprise storage and servers, HP software, the personal systems group, the imaging and printing group, HP financial services, and corporate investments.

The company provides consulting and product support services, and trains and certifies computer system integrators and developers. Headquartered in Redmond, Wash., Microsoft’s divides its business into five operating segments: client, server and tools, online services business, Microsoft Business Division, and entertainment and devices division. The client segment is responsible for technical architecture, engineering, and product delivery of the Windows product family. The server and tools segment develops and markets software server products, services, and solutions.

The company designs, manufactures and sells Internet Protocol (IP)-based routers, switches and advanced technology products; and provides technical support and related services. Companies use CiscoSystems’ products to create network infrastructures for communicating with employees, customers, prospects, business partners and suppliers. Other advanced technology solutions include application networking, home networking, storage area networking, security for critical information systems, integration of communications, video systems and wireless technology.