District Health Boards are being forced to recognise millions of dollars of unbudgeted costs as they impair their investment in new shared financial management systems.
Stories by By Rob O'Neill
New Zealanders will have their say on how they are recognised online, with the government committing $5.15 million funding for research into digital identity.
When Vocus NZ bought energy minnow Switch Utilities in late 2016, its announcement was light on detail. The company's annual report has filled in the blanks.
New Zealand's teacher payroll system appears to be finally delivering the goods after years of failure and million in ongoing and out of budget investment.
Police minister Stuart Nash has officially opened the new Police Digital Services Centre, Te Whare Torotoro Waea Pirihama, in Paraparaumu.
Incoming Cyber Security minister Kris Faafoi is being warned the security of New Zealand's future 5G networks will be hard to ensure if "high-risk" vendors supply equipment to the build.
Spark is establishing a new subsidiary to focus on long-term, large-scale new business opportunities arising from a range of emerging technologies.
Global Oracle and SAP software support specialist Rimini Street is launching a subsidiary in New Zealand and opening an office in Auckland.
The Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation is seeking a mid-range, cloud-based finance package to replace MYOB.
Chorus is planning to reduce the wholesale price of its gigabit broadband services to encourage uptake.
New Zealand has retained a presence on the Top500 ranking of global supercomputing power, but only just.
Callaghan Innovation unveiled a new 3D printing technology that enables rapid prototyping of high-resolution micro-scale structures.
Vodafone NZ is enabling support for 5G, IoT, UHD video and other bandwidth-heavy applications by creating an "adaptable and agile network".
Spark managing director Simon Moutter went into bat for partner Huawei today, calling for "incontrovertible evidence" of a security threat before any 5G ban.
A procession of Kiwi customers are adopting Microsoft Office 365, highlighting the tough road Google's G Suite has to navigate to win enterprise customers.