Land Information NZ has a team of 60 now working on its five-year, $128 million replacement of the legacy Landonline property register.
Stories by Rob O'Neill
Spark has repurposed 39 retail stores to act as no-contact emergency distribution centres for essential hardware during New Zealand’s Covid-19 lock-down.
An app developed by world-leading facial recognition provider NEC Corporation and local software developers aims to help Kiwis fight Covid-19 during lockdown and self isolation.
CCL founder Darryl Swann is back in business, launching a channel-only business called DataSentinel to plug an ICT services gap for managed database support.
Ann-Marie Cavanagh has been appointed deputy government chief digital officer and deputy chief executive of "service and system transformation" at Te Tari Taiwhenua/Internal Affairs.
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner's annual report shows reported private sector breaches overtaking the public sector for the first time - and human error is the major cause of breaches.
NZX-listed communications technology developer Solution Dynamics is banking on offshore success as declining mail volumes impact its legacy business.
Newly independent telco Vodafone NZ is on track to realise $91 million in costs savings, it told investors today as it outlined its plans for transformation.
Focus Technology Group has bought two Dunedin tech support businesses as it targets mid-market clients in the south.
Access Networks adds Tektelic Communications' LoRaWAN gateways, sensors and applications to its offerings in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.
Auckland-based Energy Solution Providers is harnessing the power of big data to reduce the utility waste of local corporations.
Specialist networking distributor Access Networks has sealed a distribution agreement with industrial IoT provider WoMaster.
Fusion5 is celebrating being named to Microsoft’s "Inner Circle" for the third year in a row.
Auckland-based SEO company Clickthrough Digital is launching a white label SEO service to agencies in New Zealand, Australia, and the UK.
At the half-way mark of its large courts modernisation program, the Ministry of Justice is embarking on a rollout of case management technology.
The focus must be on enterprise security.