The Commerce Commission is seeking feedback on consumer protections and processes to regulate when Chorus can stop providing copper-based voice and broadband services.
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Minister of broadcasting, communications, and digital media Kris Faafoi has launched a revamp of New Zealand's emergency caller location information service.
Usually it's a group of independent innovators driving the development of new tech products, but retail artificial intelligence play Insite AI was spawned by angels.
Trustpower is fleshing out its communications portfolio to provide wireless broadband and mobile services after inking a wholesale agreement with Spark.
Office supplies chain OfficeMax is launching a service to curb the amount of technology waste heading to landfill in New Zealand.
Google and transaction processing network operator Paymark have teamed up to bring Google Pay to online merchants in New Zealand.
State-owned company Education Payroll is joining a stream of organisations exploring migrations to Microsoft Cloud services in general and Office 365 in particular.
Land Information NZ has decided not to award a massive system replacement project to the preferred supplier it selected nearly two years ago.
Xiaomi will officially launch in New Zealand on 10 November, through a dedicated Mi Store in Auckland's Sylvia Park shopping centre.
The Serious Fraud Office has rolled out ServiceNow for case management and a new evidence management system, called Relativity.
The New Zealand Transport Agency is moving its first corporate applications to public cloud, but requires help from the channel.
New Zealand’s High Performance Computing Facility has officially opened at research institute NIWA’s Greta Point campus in Wellington.
Grid operator Transpower is going tribal in its efforts to replace custom business applications and adopt agile methods.
The Department of Internal Affairs is engaging with suppliers to redefine managed services features and outcomes under its syndicated IT managed services contracts.
Suncorp New Zealand is using Nutanix technology to support its Citrix virtual desktops and create a more flexible and collaborative working environment.