Navman's recently announced free monthly verified mapping updates from HERE, a Nokia business, in its new GPS range for New Zealand and Australian drivers is just one way Navman is pushing to stay ahead of the technology curve.
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Enprise Group has acquired a 10 per cent stake in Melbourne-based cloud software company AccountAbility Access Pty Ltd for A$200,000.
Aruba Networks has added the Department of Internal Affairs to its growing list of government agency clients.
Research firm IDC says the government has done a good job of balancing everyone’s interests in its telecommunications review discussion document.
Gen-i’s new data centre in Christchurch, which was officially opened this week, uses design factors that are unique among data centres in New Zealand, says designer Ian Falconer.
Datacom has been chosen as the preferred vendor to supply infrastructure as a service (IaaS) to Inland Revenue.
The issue of data sovereignty is starting to drive business decision making with regard to data held in the cloud, according to New Zealand email security and hosting company SMX.
New Zealand Post expects to have short-listed respondents to its network-as-a-service tender by August 22, and to make a final decision and begin contractual negotiations by September 23.
The deadline to complete Secure Message Delivery (SMD) commissioning has been extended from 1 August to 31 October.
Borland has adopted an open licensing model for New Zealand where customers pay only for what they use.
New Zealanders are very big users of creative content, says Adobe Australia and New Zealand managing director Paul Robson.
Gen-i is doing due diligence on Revera, according to credible sources. Neither party will comment on what they term “rumours” but Computerworld is reliably informed that the process is nearly complete and that an announcement is likely in the next few weeks.
Microsoft has deployed fixes for vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer 8 and Windows XP, uncovered by Dimension Data's security assurance team in Wellington.
IBM says it is making significant changes to its go-to-market channel model in a global transformation programme known as Blue Wave.
Certus Solutions has appointed former IBM senior managing consultant Lee Eglinton to the new position of New Zealand territory manager.