Land Information NZ says it is on track to complete the first of four stages of a $128 million project to replace New Zealand's land surveys and titles register.
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New Zealand's third largest telco, Vocus, is targeting the fast growing enterprise market of Microsoft Teams users with a new communications service.
PwC and subcontractor Zag faced off in the High Court last month in a dispute over a failed HR and payroll software roll-out at NZ Police.
Taranaki-based First Gas is using a custom-built virtual reality training programme to replicate high-risk procedures used to manage ruptured pipelines.
Gary Bigwood will be joining ICT retail giant PB Tech as chief executive from 1 February after completing gardening leave from Ingram Micro NZ.
Ingram Micro NZ's executive managing director and leader of more than a decade, Gary Bigwood, is leaving the distribution giant at the end of January.
The Commerce Commission has published an interactive map showing its initial assessment of locations where Chorus will eventually be able to stop providing copper services.
Cloud software providers PaySauce and Xero have teamed to produce Xero For Farming, a solution for agri employers.
A business case for Waikato Regional Council's "Project Reboot" systems replacement has revealed Infor is being considered for a wider role in a refresh of the shared regional council platform, IRIS.
The strategic business case for an $11.1 million software investment at Waikato Regional Council reveals the risks posed by the agency's legacy systems.
The Department of Internal Affairs' service innovation and emerging technology team is developing a virtual reality tool to study the cause-and-effect chains of online hate speech.
Innovation outfit The Icehouse has a new leader with Gavin Lennox appointed to the newly created role of Group CEO starting at the beginning of February.
HX Systems has inked an Asia-Pacific distribution deal with ACA Pacific covering the Domotz remote network monitoring and management system.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) is looking for a new digital backbone for its Immigration New Zealand application management landscape.
NZX-listed telco Spark has welcomed the Government’s announcement that it intends to auction 5G spectrum early next year for a short-term allocation of some of the 3.5 GHz 5G band.