Major distributor Westcon-Comstor lifted the lid on its local and international revival at its New Zealand Imagine conference last week, delivered virtually due to pandemic restrictions.
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Australia's Canberra Data Centres will develop two hyperscale datacentres on development sites in Auckland, New Zealand.
The Ministry of Health has released draft integration and data specifications to help developers of third-party contact tracing apps to interoperate and integrate with government systems.
Fresh from running AWS' ASEAN region for four years, Nick Walton returned home in January to manage the local business only to run straight into the COVID-19 pandemic.
ICT service provider IT Engine is expanding, opening an office in Christchurch in February and, after the change to level two COVID-19 restrictions last week, another in Dunedin.
Wellington-based IT services company Fronde has sold its trans-Tasman Oracle NetSuite cloud ERP business back to the founders of OnlineOne.
NZX-listed retailer Smiths City has negotiated a conditional agreement to sell the Smiths City businesses, with current shares likely to retain no value.
Budget 2020 committed $4 billion dollars of extra investment into Vote Health, but no specific funding for digital health initiatives or investment.
Nasdaq-listed data integration and data integrity specialist Talend is expanding in New Zealand after hiring a new strategic account executive here.
With most of its stores shut over the last few weeks, the Michael Hill jewellery chain across A/NZ looked to boost its digital sales -- and it has not been disappointed.
Where last year's Budget was full of funding for a range of government and business transformation initiatives, the emphasis has well and truly changed in this pandemic year.
Vocus NZ has entered an agreement to buy Stuff Fibre, which has 20,000 broadband customers, from media company Stuff.
Robotic process automation specialist UiPath has restructured its business, making local partner manager Craig Betts redundant in the process
The Canterbury District Health Board is spearheading a search for a single national infection surveillance system to standardise the multiple technologies in use across NZ's 20 district health boards.
2degrees reported a strong result for the telco, with profit up from $19.6 million to $28.6 million for the year ended 31 December 2019.
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