Technology One has delivered its human resources and payroll software to New Zealand Government's Central Agency Shared Service.
Stories by Rob O'Neill
New Zealand Customs Services plans to shift its legacy core CusMod border management system to Datacom's platform-as-a-service.
It's the core of IT service - keeping systems, running, stable, available and secure - but it's not flash and too often it goes unnoticed.
Commerce Commission is not happy about the potential impact of French company Ingenico's proposed acquisition of payments provider Paymark.
New Zealand-based logistics giant Mainfreight is celebrating the roll-out of two new custom-built enterprise software platforms, dubbed Mainmove and Mainstreet.
Transformation is breaking out all over government, with the Defence Force joining the likes of Inland Revenue with a new multi-year program.
The Commerce Commission has released its proposal to retain the power that helped 2 Degrees claim a place in the local market.
The Commerce Commission intends to file court proceedings today against Spark under the Fair Trading Act.
The High Court in Auckland has granted injunctions and other relief to open source learning management platform Moodle after a falling out with a former partner.
Auckland Council beat competitors from South Korea, Australia and Hong Kong to claim a Smart Cities gong for its Safeswim program through IDC.
The Commerce Commission has approved Tiri Group as the purchaser for office products company Winc New Zealand, formerly known as Staples
Orion Health has reached a conditional agreement with private equity technology investor Hg to invest in Orion’s Rhapsody and Population Health businesses.
Spark is adding a marketing executive and general counsel to its leadership team as 200 are not offered contracts under new Agile model.
Two of the world's biggest technology disruptors are proposing changes to New Zealand's draft new privacy law.
After a long delay, IBM Cloud has been added to the All of Government infrastructure-as-a-service panel and catalogue.