Fronde Systems Group has given notice that it is going to de-list from the alternative Unlisted trading platform in January.
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Energy company Mercury NZ is shedding its Metrix smart-metering business in a $270 million sale to Australia's intelliHub Group.
Auckland's MercyAscot Hospital has reduced some cancer diagnosis times from weeks to less than an hour courtesy of new cloud-based tools.
The Commerce Commission has granted clearance for Thales to acquire Gemalto provided it sells its entire general-purpose hardware security module business.
Marketing and directories business Yellow reported lower revenues across both print and digital in 2018, but a much improved bottom line.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand booked a $3.3 million impairment on a $9.5 million valuation software project in its 2018 financial year.
Cyber security company Liverton Security is the new provider of the Government Domain Name System (DNS) service.
Telesmart is claiming to be the first provider in New Zealand to deliver cloud calling for Microsoft Teams, using its infrastructure and rapid deployment cloud model.
Repeated Fair Trading Act breaches by Vodafone and Spark are raising questions in Parliament about whether penalties are "just a cost of doing business".
The Ministry of Health has completed a $48.6 million IT infrastructure shift to Revera's the all-of-government infrastructure-as-a-service platform.
Parliamentary Services' IT group failed to hit its key performance target in the year to 30 June 2018, indicating it needs to focus on, among other factors, the position of Datacom within the service.
There's a big new trans-Tasman specialist in the converged security market, after Optic Security Group rolled up six companies with a combined revenue of over $100 million.
Thirteen district health boards have been told when they can expect to launch a delayed national bowel cancer screening program.
Retail telcos generated 584 complaints to the Commerce Commission in 2018, slightly lower than the 603 received in the year ended 30 June 2017.
The multimillion-dollar rebuild of Land Information New Zealand's primary business application will use Amazon Web Services for its underlying hosting platform and core services.