The New Zealand Stock Exchange has significantly improved its technology since it was struck low by denial of service attacks in 2020.
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Datacom appears poised to become the new software licence supplier to the Auckland Council Group, including Auckland Transport and Watercare.
Google is achieving strong growth in its cloud business locally, for which subsidiary Google NZ is a reseller.
The Commerce Commission has fired a warning shot at Panasonic NZ over potential anti-competitive conduct.
There appear to be cyber security shortcomings in organisations licensed by the Financial Markets Authority - Te Mana Tātai Hokohoko.
Kiwi digital transformation and business process automation specialist Quanton has inked a deal with UK-headquartered process automation vendor Enate.
Soft Solutions has scored another distribution deal following one with OpenText Security, announced last week.
New Zealand seafood giant Sealord has selected Infor's CloudSuite in a seven-year, multi-tenant, software-as-a-service ERP agreement.
Network for Learning (N4L) has partnered with Spark and Chorus to double the connection speed of a selected group of schools and kura.
Orion Health has announced it achieved 12 per cent year-on-year revenue growth during the year ended 31 March 2022.
The Department of Internal Affairs is negotiating an agreement with Google Cloud that should see it join the government's cloud procurement framework next year.
Datacom's cloud-based smart council package, Datascape, will deliver the foundation for a rebuild of the IRIS regional council software platform.
The Department of Internal Affairs digital policy unit has released new guidance on the use and development of APIs in government.
Analytics software vendor SAS Institute NZ has reported a revenue increase of more than 50 per cent for the year to 31 December 2021.
Deployment of DMARC email domain protection is growing fast in New Zealand, but the bulk of certifications are only in reporting mode.