Auckland Council's plan to improve online access to core council services is on track, the Auditor-General has found.
Stories by By Rob O'Neill
Auctions website TradeMe is closing down its iPad app as well as its Trade Me mall effective 30 April.
John Hanna has been appointed as the chief executive of community-owned fibre business Ultrafast Fibre.
Fuji Xerox New Zealand will resume supplying print technology and logistic services to government customers from next month.
Newly-merged CCL-Revera said it is moving quickly to increase its public cloud footprints with new accreditations and staff appointments.
A free online platform connecting New Zealand businesses with funders, incubators, multinationals and other collaborators launches today.
Technology from software company iViis is helping Housing New Zealand Corporation manage their portfolio of over 60,000 homes.
A building inspection app running on Microsoft Surface devices has created a "one stop shop" for Auckland Council staff in the field.
Statistics NZ's Integrated Data Infrastructure is the envy of the world, but is facing some serious challenges as user demand soars.
The Icehouse is partnering with KiwiSaver firm Simplicity and Sir Stephen Tindall's K1W1 investment business among others to launch a $100 million startup investment arm.
A review of Chorus' subcontracting model has found serious shortcomings and the company has outlined its plan to address the issues.
Infratil has a conditional buyer for Snapper, its Wellington integrated public transport and retail payment card business.
Air New Zealand has teamed with Moog, Microsoft and ST Engineering on what it claims to be a world-first experiment to transform aerospace supply chains.
Infratil is planning to build three new data centres at its Eastern Creek facility in Sydney to help serve demand from hyper-scale computing clients.
Southern Cross Cable and Alcatel Submarine Networks have inked a contract kicking off the build of the Southern Cross NEXT submarine cable.