Unisys has been accepted to provide cloud transition services based on its CloudForte services package to New Zealand government agencies via the government Marketplace.
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Digital design and engineering company ClearPoint turned to South Africa's Turn.io to help power the government's Covid-19 WhatsApp channel.
Hamilton-based Company-X has delivered an e-learning system to teach the dairy farmer customers and staff of global farm technology company DeLaval how to use robotic milking and farm management systems.
Kiwi independent software vendors, data providers and consulting partners now have a new and potentially powerful channel option in AWS Marketplace and AWS Data Exchange.
The National Cyber Security Centre has broadly released its updated advice on the use of Zoom for public servants, saying it is not to be used when dealing with information classified above "restricted".
Spark’s network usage has shifted towards a "seven-day weekend", where broadband volumes during the week now resemble usage volumes over the weekend before the Covid-19 pandemic.
HP New Zealand recorded a small increase in sales for the year ended 31 October, 2019, but a lower net profit.
New Zealand's three mobile network operators are facing the loss of most if not all of their international roaming revenue as a result of global pandemic travel shutdowns.
Accounts filed by Hewlett Packard Enterprise NZ show the company traded strongly in the year ended 1 October 2019.
New Zealand Government Procurement and Property is planning to extend some all-of-government contracts that were set for expiry or renewal in 2020.
Retail chain and HP retail partner Smiths City has come out of a trading halt and is initiating discussions with potential strategic investors to support the business.
Crown Infrastructure Partners, the state company that led the Ultrafast Broadband rollout, has a new job: delivering a new national digital communications network for New Zealand's emergency services.
Vodafone NZ will keep 45 stores open from Monday to provide essential services during the Covid-19 lockdown, but "customer intimacy" is out for the duration of the crisis.
Chorus has reduced its capital expenditure guidance after suspending non-essential field activity to help reduce spread of Covid-19.
Technology industry umbrella group NZTech is trying to raise awareness within government that there is no need to call a halt to ongoing IT projects during the Covid-19 lockdown.
The focus must be on enterprise security.