Auckland Council has signed a contract with Revera under its all-of-government supplier role to deliver the council’s post amalgamation transformation program and core IT infrastructure consolidation.
Stories by Randal Jackson
A US Court of Appeals ruling that Google broke the law when it gathered unsecured Wi-Fi data when collecting images for Streetview has opened the way for a group of users to claim for damages.
Wellington company PIM will launch this week its cloud version of myinfoSAFE as a personal cloud service.
Oceana Gold is the first commercial organisation in New Zealand to implement classification software Titus.
The launch this week of RAD Studio XE5 takes Embarcadero into the Android world. It follows XE4, released just four months ago, which provided support for iOS apps.
Livestock Improvement Corporation is undergoing a major transformation to its desktop infrastructure after signing a three-year desktop outsourcing contract with CodeBlue.
The Department of Internal Affairs has announced on the Government Electronic Tenders Site that the release of a request for proposal for Optimise HR has been deferred but it won’t say why.
In the wake of the Novopay debacle, ICT suppliers are facing “horrific” contracts with government agencies, says NZRise co chair Don Christie.
It’s taken five years but changes to patent legislation have finally passed into law.
The downturn in the PC market will soon see one of New Zealand’s best-known locally assembled brands, Cyclone, vanish from the market.
IT services company CodeBlue has expanded into the Manawatu with the opening of a Palmerston North office. The company is in hiring mode, looking to establish a team of around 11 trusted advisors and support staff.
Queensland Rail has chosen Wynyard Group to help manage its governance, risk and compliance (GRC) program.
Xero chief executive Rod Drury says he has fielded “a few questions” from customers about the ability of US government agencies such as the NSA to access data stored in the cloud but there have been “no deletions”.
The New Zealand chapter of the Cloud Security Alliance is calling for transparency of security practices within cloud providers.
Sysware Group has announced a strategic partnership with Informatica Australia and New Zealand to deliver, implement and support the Informatica platform for New Zealand customers.