“We looked at proposals from five different suppliers, including the incumbent."
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“It's a new product that is exploiting the world-wide trend toward IT and telephony resellers becoming telco, utility and hosting resellers."
“Microsoft Office 365 email security is good, but not as good as SMX.”
“The key advantage is that businesses can get the service up and running without having to acquire any new tools, learn any new processes or re-architect applications."
Vendors announcing new data centres in New Zealand usually make a big thing of stressing their Tier 3 rating. But is it important?
"We expect services to begin to become available later this year."
“A range of All-of-Government options will be investigated regarding their ability to provide the required capability.”
"Attackers don’t need to break down the door to a company’s network when the keys are readily available."
We are experiencing strong growth in demand for our portfolio of security and messaging products in New Zealand and there are opportunities for new partners..."
“I've visited four customers so far and two have already deployed. The other two are working toward deployment. There's been a really exciting reaction."
Wellington City Council goes on offensive following criticism of its process in naming Australian company TechnologyOne as the preferred vendor for its major technology upgrade project.
Wellington City Council’s response to a number of information requests by IT consultant and commentator Ian Apperley about the Odyssey ICT project seems to raise as many questions as it answers.
Software and services company Enprise Group has acquired the MYOB EXO practice of New Zealand software services company GlobalBizpro Limited.
"It became clear the benefits in moving to a single brand in New Zealand sooner rather than later outweigh any possible downsides."
Listed Australian company TechnologyOne, which has been named as preferred supplier for Wellington City Council's IT procurement process, has acquired ICON software.
Small to medium businesses (SMBs) are massively important to the economy.