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Intel Security has been formally integrated into Intel operations under the leadership of general manager, Chris Young, spelling the end for the independent McAfee division it acquired in 2010.
“The RBI could prove to be one of the most misguided spends of this National Government."
Distribution Central will distribute Unify’s range of integrated communications solutions in Australia and New Zealand.
Jade Software finds new ways to innovate.
“New Zealand’s employers face a tight labour market for highly-skilled professionals in certain industries.”
- Interactive Intelligence launches new Cloud service across A/NZ
- UXC Oxygen breathes new life into SAP portfolio
- As Windows 7 breaks the one billion-device mark, Microsoft's challenge will be to force it back to zero
- Leadership change at the top as Microsoft NZ appoints new Managing Director
- Westcon charged with delivering Lenovo’s PC portfolio to NZ market
- Dimension Data partners with Tour de France to deliver real-time racing data
- 800 on board as Oracle ups local Cloud ante
- Split “on track” as HP officially files for divorce
- EXCLUSIVE: Has IBM NZ missed first Health Benefits Limited deadline?
- Origin IT bags golden recognition as Veeam ups A/NZ partner ante
- Kiwi tech firm moves to address growing NZ IT skills shortage
- Wellington Council selects Dimension Data as preferred ICT supplier
- Datacom joins exclusive Cloud club with AWS Managed Services Partner status
- Quin officially replaced as Spark aims to continue market momentum
If there's one topic that is likely to make any CIO's or IT Manager's wallet hurt, it's information security.
"It's critical that businesses ensure company information is secure and that applications work across multiple platforms."
“Managed services compliment the work of the IT team, giving them back time to focus on strategic objectives."
"Many organisations don’t fully understand what it really means, let alone how to achieve digital transformation."
“Cloud IT infrastructure growth continues to outpace the growth of the overall IT infrastructure market."
“Mobile usage can be difficult to predict."
There is a common misconception that technology poses the biggest security risk to business, but it is just one part of the problem.
“We want to stress that this is not a market crash.”
Despite rumors that Microsoft is about to kill Windows Phone, some industry observers say that's unlikely for several reasons, especially the expected gains from the ...
As we approach the end-of-support deadline, it’s now or never for many New Zealand businesses.
"Technology moves so fast that today’s top-trending app could become irrelevant tomorrow."
"Experts are warning that Kiwi businesses are woefully underprepared for the increasing threat of cyber-attacks."
"IDC expects the trend of declining PC monitor shipments to continue for the near term."