Red Hat has become the first open source company to exceed $US1 billion in annual revenue.
Stories by Randal Jackson
Ubix is back in the New Zealand market after an absence of eight years.
In 1843 a Scottish inventor, Alexander Bain, received a British patent for the first fax. Despite also inventing the electric clock and installing the first railway telegraph line, between Edinburgh and Glasgow, he died in poverty in 1877.
Demand for the Raspberry Pi has gone through the roof, despite no local pricing or delivery date being available.
June 6 has been scheduled for the world launch of IPv6, the internet protocol addressing system that supersedes IPv4. Last year, IPv6 was run for just one day; this time it stays on, supported by all the major players, such as Cisco, Facebook and Google.
Packet Technologies’ recent partnership deal with Canadian email archiving specialist Jatheon Technologies is paying major dividends.
Adobe will make a major change to its distribution model in the next few weeks with the introduction of its Creative Cloud.
Industry veteran Chris O’Shea has rejoined the industry as business development manager for ITB Distributors.
“It’s all been very quiet and seems quite fragmented about who is doing what.” Don Christie, co-chairman of NZ Rise says it is not at all clear what is happening with government IT procurement.
After 18 years working in the document management sector of the IT industry, Mike Ross decided it was time for a change, to build his future on his own company.
Zeacom has completed a beta programme to make its flagship contact centre software available for Lync – Microsoft’s software telephony platform.
French global IT services company Capgemini, which announced in November that it was returning to New Zealand after a nine-year absence, has been appointed by Inland Revenue to help in the next phase of the department’s transformation planning.
The Ministry of Social Development has chosen Planview as its preferred supplier for an enterprise portfolio management solution.
A contract for Unisys to provide its Stealth Solution data protection technology to car rental company Hertz New Zealand will be the first time the technology has been sold outside the US.
The Ministry of Education will spend $2.28 million refreshing and virtualising its fleet of servers, as well as some likely additional costs for implementation services that are still being negotiated.