New Zealand stock exchange delivered four major technology projects in 2017, including a life-cycle upgrade to its core trading and settlement systems.
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New Zealand supermarket cooperative Foodstuffs will be the first in the world to trial new artificial intelligence technology that brings the checkout to the trolley.
Cloud hosting provider Umbrellar is launching a new cloud business unit ahead of a roll-out of Microsoft Azure Stack services and Office 365.
Public sector agencies at times fail to match front-end with back-end automation, requiring large amounts of manual processing.
Tait Communications has won a contract from listed Wellington telco TeamTalk to build a new nationwide tier-3 digital mobile radio network.
Polaris, a distributor of audio, video conferencing and call centre technologies, has launched into New Zealand after a strategic hire.
It's still early days, but Reseller News wants to gauge the industry's sentiments through a snap poll.
Megaport has extended its reach in New Zealand, enabling a data centre in Wellington aimed targeting the enterprise market.
NZX-listed telco TeamTalk has deployed NEC microwave technology to deliver higher capacity services between its sites.
HP launches new training and certifications platform for partners, alongside device-as-a-service enhancements and increased security protocols.
The second Digital Future Panel debate took place yesterday in Wellington with the Greens, Labour and National represented.
Chorus chief commercial officer Tim Harris will leave the company as part of an executive reshuffle announced today.
Huawei Technologies has a new New Zealand boss: Yanek Fan, an 11-year company veteran.
Robots could soon boost the efficiency of healthcare services in Auckland and Northland if the technology passes muster.
Gartner is forecasting ICT spending in New Zealand to reach almost $11.8 billion in 2017 and to crack $12 billion in 2018.