New Zealand’s digital transformation is still “in its infancy”, according to Microsoft.
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Taking unified communications to the cloud, New Zealand-based Virsae aims to boost sales and distribution in the US and UK.
Simon Tong leaves Fairfax New Zealand to return to a role leading payments technology development.
Analysis by jobs site Seek shows IT careers continue to offer compelling financial benefits, especially for IT architects.
After a ghastly 2012, training provider and Apple retailer Renaissance Corporation is looking forward to "a new normal" after several years of profound change and business upheaval.
The iPad will likely face Android-based competition in the local tablet market by Christmas. Speaking at the launch of another of his company’s devices – the Ideos smartphone which will be offered here by 2Degrees – Asia Pacific director of marketing and product planning Alan Wong said the S7 tablet could be launched locally before the end of the year. Wong said Huawei was in talks with distributors and channel partners here about the S7 tablet, one of which is understood to be 2Degrees. The Ideos smartphone's local launch price will be $379.
The Postal Services Group of New Zealand Post is aiming to save $2 million over three years by shifting to Google Apps for email and collaboration.
A new survey of small and medium sized businesses shows 58 per cent of Australian and New Zealand companies suffered a data loss or breach that affected business performance. The survey, by security company Symantec, found 69 per cent of these organisations reported losses due to systems breakdown or hardware failure, 49 per cent through onsite and natural disasters, 47 per cent through human error, 45 per cent through a lost or stolen laptop or other protable device and 39 per cent through deliberate sabotage by an employee.
With Telecom's 3G network launch looming, Vodafone has pulled forward a planned extension of its own network.
IBM is planning to bring its new hosted Lotus Live services to New Zealand, boosted by the acquisition of a Hong-Kong based software-as-a-service company.
Hewlett-Packard has installed its own directors on the board of EDS New Zealand, matching moves made across the Tasman to seal HP's control of its US$13.9 billion (NZ$23.6 billion) acquisition.
It is eighteen months since Windows Vista was launched with the slogan "The 'Wow' starts now". Far from wowing users, however, Vista left them cold. They were unhappy with its speed, with compatibility issues and with what seemed like gratuitous changes to well known functions.
A fresh perspective has been added to the OECD broadband rankings commonly used to benchmark New Zealand's network capabilities -- and that perspective isn't flattering.
The New Zealand Government portal has had a quiet, search-led makeover.
Dell is aiming to do to infrastructure services what it did with hardware with a series of "tied" service offerings that allow customers to buy services at the hardware point of sale.