A host of customers and partners descended on Shed 10 as Microsoft unveiled the future of the modern workplace in Auckland. Delivered through interactive sessions and thought-leader speakers, the tech giant showcased leading industry technologies to outline a roadmap for future channel success in New Zealand.
Stories by By Rob O'Neill
Thousands of Inland Revenue files were locked up after New Zealand's tax department became the target of a cryptolocking attack.
Infinidat may be just seven years old, but it is already considered a disruptor in the global storage industry.
Spark increased sales by 1.6 per cent in the six months to 31 December, but profits sag.
Andrew Hampton, director general of the GCSB, has joined international condemnation of last year's NotPetya cyber attack.
Orion Health marks a long-awaited milestone, launching its Rhapsody integration platform as-a-service on AWS.
Auckland-based Gentrack is rebranding its global airport software group after a series of acquisitions.
A new fixed connectivity service, Sector Variant, has helped expand Vodafone's portfolio in the government's Telecommunications-as-a-Service panel.
Privacy Commissioner John Edwards expects data breach notification to become mandatory in New Zealand as part of a bill now being drafted.
Nearly a quarter of existing jobs in New Zealand will be automated by the mid 2030s, according to a new report from PwC.
Lotto NZ is establishing its own panel of suppliers for hardware it can't source under existing all-of-government agreements.
Eight New Zealand teams and one each from Singapore and China will take part in the 2018 Kiwibank Fintech Accelerator.
New Zealand mobile healthcare developer Jupl has signed its first Australian supply agreement - with Frontier Networks.
Spark has added a slew of new offerings to its Telecommunications-as-a-Service (TaaS) portfolio for government agencies.
Up to 800 delegates from around Australasia and the world will meet in Christchurch for Linux Conference Australia in 2019.