Mobile challenger 2degrees is disapointed mobile spectrum used for 3G and 4G services has not been reallocated.
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Oracle and SAP support specialist Rimini Street has completed delivery of a payday filing upgrade to the University of Auckland's PeopleSoft HR system.
Fronde Systems Group has appointed Jason Delamore as its new chief executive, who joins from Auckland International Airport.
Some tax refund agents are expected to close shop as Inland Revenue prepares for its biggest release of new software to date.
An award-winning social network developed for New Zealand schools is slowly dying as teachers and other users fail to engage.
Wellington-based KotahiNet is one of 20 finalists for the 10th Innovation World Cup series and the only finalist outside of Europe and North America.
2degrees has appointed its chief financial officer, Mark Aue, as the company’s new chief executive.
New Zealand network recording and analytics company Endace is partnering with IBM to integrate its network probes with IBM Security.
The business case supporting the $128 million rebuild of Landonline also contains LINZ' project shopping list and procurement strategy.
Three universities that abandoned the specialist research network REANNZ last year are poised to come back on board after contract negotiations.
Costings and the business case supporting a rebuild of Land Information New Zealand's property information platform reveal the project could cost up to $128 million.
Telstra has agreed to buy a quarter share in Southern Cross Cable Network as well as substantial capacity on both the existing network and new Next cable.
Port software company Jade Logistics is launching a new business using blockchain technology to boost trust in the supply chains.
Rural broadband and mobile coverage will service 99.8 per cent of the population, the Government has announced.
Health software provider Medtech is alleging four defendants, including three New Zealand health providers, wrongfully conspired to use its software.