That cloud computing is not a passing phenomena was one of the overriding themes at the inaugural iTEX expo and conference yesterday.
Stories by Sarah Putt, Computerworld
[Updated] Five companies have been named in an all-of-government contract worth $260 million to supply computers and laptops to over 200 state sector agencies in the next five years.
Microsoft NZ has “opened the conversation” with Sky TV on forming a commercial alliance with the broadcaster on delivering premium content over Microsoft’s devices in New Zealand.
The Hewlett Packard Global Applications Centre is on track to add a $40 million GDP boost to the Canterbury region, after launching in Christchurch eleven months ago.
Three years after signing an MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) deal with Vodafone, Orcon has unveiled its first mobile service.
The New Zealand Computer Society has lost its charity status and with it the right to considerable tax exemptions for both the organisation and its donors.
With hybrid work becoming the new normal, the game has changed for high-power computing and where it happens.