Land Information NZ has decided not to award a massive system replacement project to the preferred supplier it selected nearly two years ago.
Stories by Rob O'Neill
Xiaomi will officially launch in New Zealand on 10 November, through a dedicated Mi Store in Auckland's Sylvia Park shopping centre.
The Serious Fraud Office has rolled out ServiceNow for case management and a new evidence management system, called Relativity.
The New Zealand Transport Agency is moving its first corporate applications to public cloud, but requires help from the channel.
New Zealand’s High Performance Computing Facility has officially opened at research institute NIWA’s Greta Point campus in Wellington.
Grid operator Transpower is going tribal in its efforts to replace custom business applications and adopt agile methods.
The Department of Internal Affairs is engaging with suppliers to redefine managed services features and outcomes under its syndicated IT managed services contracts.
Suncorp New Zealand is using Nutanix technology to support its Citrix virtual desktops and create a more flexible and collaborative working environment.
The Commerce Commission has granted clearance to Ingenico Group to acquire New Zealand payments system operator Paymark.
The Institute of Directors has teamed with Aura Information Security to develop and launch a guide to cyber security reporting for company boards.
Microsoft is hiking New Zealand prices for services on its Azure cloud platform by nine per cent, effective 1 December.
Voyager and MyRepublic will be liable for the Telecommunications Development Levy for the first time this year due to their growing revenue.
A review has found humans, rather than computers, decide on almost all significant decisions made by New Zealand government agencies.
Vodafone has inked a deal to offer Telstra's cloud based security platform to New Zealand corporate and government customers.
Trade minister David Parker is welcoming a report showing NZ’s 200 largest tech exporters grew revenues by $1.1 billion in the past year.