Solnet is joining the 81-member all-of-government web services panel after a Department of Internal Affairs tender.
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A new edition of a New Zealand technology sector investment guide will showcase the breadth and variety of technology companies in New Zealand.
Redundancies will follow the merger of two of Southland’s largest IT service providers, Focus Technology Group (NZ) and CGNZ.
New Zealand health and safety software start-up Blerter is eyeing the US market with three senior appointments, including channel expert and former Nokia executive Andrew Button.
Auckland energy network company secures exclusive Australasian rights to "Internet of Energy" (IoE) technology from Israel-based mPrest.
Spark NZ's big data and analytics venture Qrious has become the first local managed service provider for global data and analytics heavyweight Cloudera.
Sky TV and Vodafone may have won acceptance for their proposed merger from one regulator, but the Commerce Commission still opposes the deal.
Oracle's NetSuite is poised to open its first data centre down under, in Australia, and its first New Zealand office.
Cloud computing is already changing Microsoft's channel and may spell the end of the "one-stop-shop" as partners find new ways to cooperate.
A technology used to power the Bitcoin cryptocurrency could soon be ensuring global food security.
The once dry niche of financial services technology is emerging as a hot topic among New Zealand technology developers.
Tech giant recognises digital excellence in the channel.
Chorus’ ADSL network capacity will continue to grow to meet legacy customer needs.
The search for a new CEO ends with the return of an industry veteran.
Dimension Data to drive data centre consolidation and applications shift to the cloud under multi-year contract.