Managed cloud services are set to outpace and replace outsourced IT services, according to new analysis by IDC New Zealand.
Stories by By Rob O'Neill
The Commerce Commission is investigating whether MyRepublic failed to provide audited financial information used to calculate the Telecommunications Development Levy before the statutory deadline.
Google and New Zealand partner Fronde teamed to launch a New Zealand Chrome experience lab in Fronde's Auckland office yesterday.
Vodafone NZ today switched on 5G in parts of Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown with 100 of its over 1500 cell sites now offering the service.
Kordia is now offering a direct connection to Google Cloud services with Google's Partner Interconnect, which takes network traffic off the public internet.
A week after Microsoft settled with New Zealand's Inland Revenue Department to the tune of $24.7 million, Oracle revealed it was facing off in a similar tax dispute.
NZRise, an advocacy group for the local technology industry, is welcoming the initial release of open government procurement data, but also looking for improvements.
HPE handed out its annual partner gongs last night at a black-tie event held in Auckland harbourside venue Shed 10.
New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has selected the Play in the Grey analytics platform running on AWS to gain deeper insights into game and improve team performance.
Spark-owned Computer Concepts Limited (CCL) has inked a conditional agreement to sell the operational parts of its network services division.
The Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) is encouraging leaders to get more connected with their organisations’ cyber security governance.
Achieving payment card data security standards is complex, affecting not just the party receiving the payments but their service providers as well, charity Fred Hollows NZ has discovered.
Former Spark CEO Simon Moutter is joining the board of Auckland-based utility software developer Agility CIS, with the company's sale to private equity investors now unconditional.
Governments and technology companies are holding a two-day workshop in Wellington to test the Christchurch Call "shared crisis response protocol".
It could take Australia decades to recover from its decision to roll fibre out to the node rather than to the home, says Ultrafast Fibre CEO John Hanna.