Government officials are recommending a key plank of new telecommunications regulatory regime be dropped.
Stories by Rob O'Neill
Dell Technologies is pushing channel growth hard, announcing a series of new programs and incentives to drive partner profitability across the market.
The Commerce Commission is seeking feedback from the telecommunications sector on how to fund the estimated $12 million cost of new fibre regulations.
In the middle of the passage of new telecommunications laws in Parliament, the Commerce Commission has launched a study of the regulation of fibre services.
Commerce Commission has laid nine charges against Noel Leeming for alleged misrepresentations of consumers’ rights under the Consumer Guarantees Act.
When significant fault was found in an Inland Revenue IT purchase, a few details were missing. A Reseller News investigation has filled out most of the blanks.
New Zealand autonomous vehicle developer Ohmio Automotion may just have scored the largest deal for autonomous shuttle vehicles in the world.
IBM is not named in Deloitte's report on Customs' Joint Border Management System project, released today, but the "prime vendor" comes in for some serious criticism.
Staff engagement at Inland Revenue has plummeted as job losses loom from the department's $1.9 billion transformation programme.
Platinum Equity has agreed to sell office products and ICT supplier Winc NZ in order to push ahead with its planned acquisition of OfficeMax Holdings.
TVNZ is going to market for a new ad sales management system after Google announced it would retire its Doubleclick Sales Manager next year.
2018 promises to be a bellwether year for Voyager in New Zealand, propelled by a series of acquisitions and internal cloud and communications developments.
Greater Wellington Regional Council is leading a large consortium of NZ public transport authorities in the search for national ticketing technology.
The Commerce Commission has laid 27 charges under the Fair Trading Act against Vodafone for engaging in false and misleading conduct in relation to its FibreX broadband service.
Broadcasting, communications and digital media minister Clare Curran has announced a refresh of New Zealand’s approach to cyber security.
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